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Principles Information About Knowledge's Among Nursing and Paramedical Students of Ebola Virus Disease in Baghdad City

Author: Ayyed Mohammed Namoos
Journal: Medical Journal of Babylon مجلة بابل الطبية ISSN: 1812156X 23126760 Year: 2017 Volume: 14 Issue: 4 Pages: 724 -731
Publisher: Babylon University جامعة بابل

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Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) previously discerned as (Ebola hemorrhagic fever) is acute, frequency killer disease, with a situation mortality average of approximately 90 %. The knowledge about Ebola Virus Disease is very critical in the reply to the new diffusion and in command to predominance its circulate. The objective of this study was to assess the knowledge of the nursing and paramedical students towards Ebola Virus Disease. This is across sectional descriptive study which was conducted on health science students in Nursing college Baghdad, Medical Institute Technical Al-Mansour and Medical Institute Technical Bab Al-Muadham of nursing and paramedical students. The study sample included 200 nursing and paramedical senior students of their last year of study. The duration of the study started from the first October 2015 to the end of February 2016. A pre tested structured questionnaire was designed and used to assess the knowledge about Ebola Virus Disease. The findings revealed that most of participants were males, students' knowledge about the real causative agent of the disease was very good (87%). Regarding the knowledge of symptoms highest proportion of respondents (78%) mention correctly that fever is the main symptom of the disease. The correct mode of transmission and diagnosis were mentioned by more than half of them. While unacceptable knowledge was identified with regard correct diagnosis and symptomatology of the disease, about one fourth of them mentioned that they didn’t know about these issues. Males and paramedical students had better knowledge but these differences didn’t reach the significant level p<0.05. This study is closed that the knowledge of Ebola Virus Disease was good in general with variations according to gender and type of studied.


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Assessment of some Risk Factors of Patients with Coronary Heart Disease(CHD) in Al - Zahra Hospital in AL-Kut City

Author: Ayyed Mohammed Namoos
Journal: Journal of University of Babylon مجلة جامعة بابل ISSN: 19920652 23128135 Year: 2018 Volume: 26 Issue: 7 Pages: 231-247
Publisher: Babylon University جامعة بابل

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Background:Most public form of heart disease and the single most main cause of early death in the developed world, coronary heart disease (CHD) extended epidemic percentage in the twentieth century. Improved knowledge about the risk factors paying to this disease could be probable to decrease theoccurrence. Aim: To assess of some risk factors of patientswith (CHD) in al- Zahra hospital in the Kut city.Patient and methods:The study is a hospital-based case-control study carried out during the period from (September – December) 2017. Anappropriate sample of patients with CHD was attainedcardiology wards in al Zahra hospital in kut city and their controls. Data were collected by direct interview with patients using asuperior questionnaire form considered for the study purpose. The cases were the electrocardiogram(ECG) definite with CHD, and controls were accorded for age, gender.The sample size was 100 cases and 200 controls.Results: The results revealed that common cases were 12.0% among age group (60-69) years .Higher percentage of cases were existed in the urban areas. Conclusion: Therelationship between smoking habits, family history of heart disease, alcohol drinking, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, meals contain high fat, psychological disorder, nervous and physical activity were statistically significantly associated with coronary heart disease.

يعتبر من امراض القلب الاكثر شيوعا, وهو السبب الوحيد المؤدي للوفاة المبكرة في العالم المتقدم, وقد بلغ مرض القلب التاجي (CHD) ابعادا مأساوية في القرن العشرين. كان من المتوقع زيادة المعرفة حول عوامل الخطر التي تساهم في هذا المرض للحد من حدوثه. لذا كان الهدف من الدراسة هو تقييم بعض عوامل الخطورة للمرضى الذين يعانون من امراض القلب التاجية حيث اجريت الدراسة في مستشفى الزهراء قسم الامراض القلبية في مدينة الكوت من الفترة (ايلول - كانون الاول( 2017 وتم اخذ عينة ملائمة من المرضى المراجعين للمستشفى الذين يعانون من امراض الشرايين التاجية. وقد جمعت البيانات عن طريق مقابلة مباشرة مع المرضى الذين يستخدمون نموذج الاستبيان الخاص المصمم لغرض الدراسة و كانت الحالات المشخصة عن طريق استعمال جهاز التخطيط الكهربائي للقلب (ECG) وقد تم اخذ عينة ضابطة و كانت متطابقة من ناحية العمر و الجنس وكان حجم العينة (100) و حجم العينة الضابطة (200). اظهرت النتائج ان اغلب الحالات 12.0 % بين الفئة العمرية 60-69 سنة وان اعلى نسبة من الحالات كانت موجودة في المناطق الحضرية . وقد استنتج من هذه الدراسة وجود علاقة بين (عادات التدخين، التاريخ العائلي لأمراض القلب، شرب الكحول، ارتفاع ضغط الدم، داء السكري، وجبات تحتوي على نسبة عالية من الدهون، الاضطراب النفسي والجهاز العصبي النشاط البدني)حيث كانت ذات دالة إحصائية مرتبطة بمرض القلب التاجي.


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Descriptive Study of Hemophilia in Al-Ramadi City

Author: Ayyed Mohammed Namoos AL- Zubaidy
Journal: Diyala Journal of Medicine مجلة ديالى الطبية ISSN: 97642219 Year: 2014 Volume: 6 Issue: 1 Pages: 55-59
Publisher: Diyala University جامعة ديالى

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Background: Hemophilia is hereditary bleeding distorted, and widespread in the world.The Objective: to identify the epidemiological characteristics of sample.Methodology: descriptive of study was conducted in genetic blood disease center in the AL-Ramadi Teaching Hospital for maternity & children during six months period of October to April (2012-2013).The data were collected by reviewing part of registered record in the center.Results: The study included (60) patients with hemophilia registered, (76,7%) was hemophilia A and (23,3%) hemophilia B. Age distribution revealed that the highest affected age group were those from age 6-15 years (33.3%). Gender distribution revealed that (88.3%) were males & (11.7%) were female. Residency distribution revealed that 65% were Rural & 35% were urban. The study showed that (56.7%) of cases were marriages among first cousins, (15%) of cases were marriages among close family or tribe & (28.3%) are marriages unrelated with family.Conclusion: from this study we can conclude that the most common is hemophilia A followed by hemophilia B & the number of newly registered cases is increasing with consanguineous marriages.

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