Editorial
18/9/2017
Roksana Janghorban, Najmeh Maharlouei
Review Article
18/9/2017
Gabrielle Vernet, Helena Watson, Alex Ridout, Andrew Shennan
Preterm birth accounts for significant neonatal mortality and morbidity as well as substantial health costs. As our understanding of aetiology and risk factors for preterm birth increases, predictive tools and prophylactic interventions have been developed to improve maternal and fetal outcomes. These are effective, but require surveillance ... read more
Research Article
19/9/2017
Alireza Ghaffari-Nejad, Fateme Sheibani, Farzaneh Raaii, Fateme Pouya
Addiction leads to numerous physical and mental problems for the addicted person and consequently major problems for the relatives.The current study aimed at investigating the psychodynamic characteristics of females with addicted husbands in Kerman, IranIn the current cross sectional study, 60 volunteer females with addicted husbands were ... read more
Research Article
16/5/2017
Mahdiyar Mansooreh, Javad Mollazadeh
Along the cognitive and behavioral changes during adolescence, some changes emerge in the quality and quantity of teenage females’ interactions. They spend increasing amount of time with their peers and begin to place more importance on their views and advice. Therefore, parents are not the exclusive source ... read more
Research Article
14/5/2017
Tahereh Keshavarz, Marzieh Akbarzadeh, Zeinab Moshfeghy, Roghaie Khoshkholgh, Maram Kasraeian, Najaf Zare
Non-stress test is the most widely used test to assess fetal status. The presence of beat-to-beat variability is reassuring while its absence is not reassuring.In this single-blind clinical trial, 213 pregnant women with gestational age of 37 - 41 weeks were randomly allocated into three groups (auditory ... read more
Research Article
20/5/2017
Fereshteh Baezzat, Mohammadtaghi Mirmostafaee, Abbas Akbari, Roya Abbasi-Asl
In modern societies, nurses’ issues and investigation of their problems has found a vital importance.The present study investigated the mediating role of hospital stress and anxiety in relationship between psychological capital and depression in women nurses.This research was a correlational study. Data was analyzed by the path ... read more
Case Report
19/9/2017
Zohreh Yousefi, Meisam Izadi, Leila Mousavi Seresht, Nooshin Babapour, Hoda Bagheri
Uterine arteriovenous malformation (AVM) following molar pregnancy is a rare condition. The present study aimed at reporting a case of uterine arteriovenous malformation after molar pregnancy.A 38-year-old woman with repeated heavy vaginal bleeding was referred to oncology department of Ghaem hospital affiliated to Mashhad University of Medical ... read more
Case Report
14/5/2017
Sara Mirzaeean, Seyede Azam Pourhoseini, Reza Jafarzadeh Esfahani, Zahra Rastin
Hypertriglyceridemia (HTG) is a physiological condition of pregnancy. However, in some patients, it could be harmful due to possible complications such as pancreatitis. Treating this clinical condition during pregnancy is controversial as many drugs are not allowed in different trimesters. The current report discussed 2 cases of ... read more

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