EISSN:2345-4873|Disc: The “Journal of Surgery and Trauma “is the offi­cial scientific quarterly publication of the Department of General Surgery of Birjand Univesrity of Medical Sceinces , which publishes clinical and experimental studies in trauma and all of the surgery’s fields.|Priority:4|Publisher:Department of General Surgery of Birjand Univesrity of Medical Sceinces|

Recent Submissions

  • Is perioperative goal-directed therapy able to reduce surgical complications in different surgical settings? A meta-analytic study 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : M. Giglio; G. BIancofiore; F. Puntillo; S. Romagnoli; L. Tritapepe; N. Brienza
    Abstract: Introduction: Goal directed therapy (GDT) is a method aiming at optimizing doses and timing of fluids, inotropes and vasopressors, through monitoring of cardiac output and other basic hemodynamic parameters. Several ...
    Subject(s) : General Surgery , Cardiac Output , Fluid Therapy , Meta-Analysis , Postoperative Complications ,
  • Clinical complications of hemorapy device versus Milligan-Morgan hemorrhoidectomy in patients with hemorrhoids in 2017-2018 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : H. Zeinalinejad; B. Pourseyedi; H. Rahmani; A. Amirbeigi; M. Najmadini; M. Ebrahimi; M.S. Jashnani; R. Naghdi; A.H. Pourdavood
    Abstract: Introduction: Hemorrhoids can be managed by means of several therapeutic options. Regarding this, it is of fundamental importance to identify the hemorrhoidectomy method with fewer complications (e.g., bleeding, pain, and ...
    Subject(s) : General Surgery , Hemorapy , Hemorrhoids , Milligan-Morgan , Postoperative Complications ,
  • Determination of success rate of root canal therapy performed by dentistry students in the Department of Endodontics at Birjand University of Medical Sciences, Birjand, Iran, during 2014-2017 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : E. Allahyari; M. Amini; S. Ebrahimipour
    Abstract: Introduction: Root canal treatment, including pulp removal, mechanical and chemical cleaning, and canal filling is an important part of a dentist's job. This study aimed to evaluate the quality and success rate of root ...
    Subject(s) : Educational , Dentistry , Gender , Medical Errors , Root Canal Therapy ,
  • Do medical records outsourcing affect insurance deductions? An Interrupted time series in Qazvin’s trauma center 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : O. Khosravizadeh; S. Shahsavari; N. Baghian; A. Maleki; F. Hossienpour; B. Jozyari
    Abstract: Introduction: The reform in medical records processes is recognized as one of the effective measures implemented for reducing insurance deductions. The present study aimed to evaluate the effect of outsourcing the medical ...
    Subject(s) : Trauma , Insurance Deductions , Medical Records , Outsourcing , Trauma Centers ,
  • Trauma-related amputations among children in Ghana 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : A.Buunaaim; W. Jawula Salisu; Y.Tolgou; H. Abdulai
    Abstract: Introduction: Amputation operations are rare in children and are often performed in emergencies as lifesaving procedures or in elective cases resulting from congenital limb deficiencies. This study aimed to retrospectively ...
    Subject(s) : Trauma , Adult Children , Amputation , Child , Multiple Trauma ,
  • Effective factors in the occurrence of road accidents in west Azerbaijan, Iran (2010-2016) 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : O. Garkaz; M. Mohamadi; H.R. Mehryar; H.R. Khalkhali; Sh. Salari Lak
    Abstract: Introduction: Car accidents are the most common accidents and one of the major health problems endangering the health of society. In fact, they are predictable and preventable events that can cost lives and money. The ...
    Subject(s) : General , Accidents , Risk Factor , Trauma ,
  • Non-surgical and surgical management of four maxillary teeth with irreversible pulpitis secondary to a large inflammatory dentigerous cyst: A case report 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : S.Darmiani
    Abstract: The Dentigerous cyst which is the most common developmental cyst of the jaw forms around the crown of an unerupted or supernumerary tooth. This case report demonstrates the treatment of a large inflammatory dentigerous ...
    Subject(s) : Surgery_Infectious , Dentigerous Cyst , Maxilla , Pulpitis , Root Canal Therapy , Surgery , Tooth ,
  • Comparison of the effect of diclofenac suppository with intravenous meperidine in relieving pain after laparoscopic cholecystectomy in opioid-dependent and independent patients 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : M. Yarani; A. Amouzeshi; M. Behmanesh; A.M. Pourbagher-Shahri; S. Hozeifi; A. Rajabpour-Sanati
    Abstract:  I​Introduction: Cholecystitis is one of the most common diagnoses among patients referred to surgical emergencies with acute or recurrent abdominal pain. The mainstay of treatment for this disease is cholecystectomy, and ...
    Subject(s) : General Surgery , Cholecystectomy , Diclofenac , Laparoscopy , Meperidine , Pain management ,
  • Epidemiological aspects of patients underwent appendectomy in Birjand, Iran, from May 2017 to 2019 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : M.R. Ghasemian Moghaddam; M.M. Hassanzadeh-Taheri; M. Hosseini; M. Salimi; M. Hassanzadeh-Taheri
    Abstract: Introduction: Appendectomy is one of the most performed surgeries worldwide. There are lots of factors involved in the incidence of appendicitis, and most of them vary among populations. Therefore, the present study aimed ...
    Subject(s) : General Surgery , Age , Appendicitis , Epidemiology , Incidence , Seasons ,
  • Indications, mortality, and long-term outcomes of 50 consecutive patients undergoing damage control laparotomy for abdominal gunshot wounds 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : Kh. Twier; L. Hartford; A. Nicol; S. Edu; D. Roberts; Ch. Ball; P. Navsaria
    Abstract: Introduction: Outcomes of patients undergoing damage control laparotomy (DCL) for abdominal gunshot wounds (GSWs) remains relatively unknown. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of DCL on long term morbidity ...
    Subject(s) : Trauma , Gunshot , Laparotomy , Shock , Surgery , Traumatology ,
  • An evaluation of frequencies and types of bacterial pathogens in personnel gowns, before and after washing with sodium hypochlorite 5%, in Vali-e-Asr Hospital, Birjand, Iran 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : A. Maleki; M. Shamshirgaran; H. Aramjoo; M. HajiHosseini; H. Malaki Moghadam; M. Zare Bidaki
    Abstract: Introduction: Microbial contamination of hospital gowns is the main reason for the dissemination of nosocomial infections. Bacteria are the cause of most of these contaminations. The present study aimed at determining the ...
    Subject(s) : Surgery_Infectious , Disinfection , Nosocomial infections , Sodium Hypochlorite ,
  • Predictive accuracy of intraocular lens power calculation using applanation ultrasound biometry: can we still rely on ultrasound biometry? 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : M. Nikandish; A. Gholami
    Abstract: Introduction: Ultrasound biometric measurements have long been the gold standard in cataract surgery. In the course of time, optical biometry replaced ultrasonography as the standard technique for axial length measurements ...
    Subject(s) : Ophthalmology , Biometry , Refractive Errors , Ultrasound ,
  • A lactating boy presenting with pituitary adenoma: A case report 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : M. Rezaei; A.M. Pourbagher-Shahri; A. Rajabpour-Sanati
    Abstract: Pituitary adenoma which is one of the most common brain lesions accounts for about 10%-15% of all central nervous system (CNS) tumors. The most common type of pituitary adenoma is prolactinoma which is responsible for 45% ...
    Subject(s) : General , Adenoma , Pituitary Adenoma , Prolactinoma , Prolactin-secreting ,
  • A rare case of branchial cleft cyst 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : B.A. Sajadi Nejad; M. Ganjifard
    Abstract: Branchial cleft cyst abnormalities account for approximately 20% of congenital neck and head abnormality. There are four types of branchial cleft cyst. The incidence of type one is 8 percent, type two 95%, type three 2% ...
    Subject(s) : Otolaryngology_ENT , Branchial Cyst , Branchial Arch , Branchial Cleft ,
  • Removal of a sharp foreign body using rigid endoscopy 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2019:;Volume ( 07 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : B.F. Shakhsemampour
    Abstract:  Although foreign body ingestion is a frequent incident in children, it sometimes happens accidentally in normal adults or occurs intentionally in 10% of the cases due to psychological disorders. In spite of the recent ...
    Subject(s) : Otolaryngology_ENT , Esophagoscopy , Esophagus , Foreign Bodies ,
  • Accidental discovery of a hydatid cyst with primary presentation in an unusual location: a case report 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 01::page
    Author : Amir Sabertanha; Mohamad Reza Mofatteh; Marziye Asli; Masoome Shaghab; Ali Mofatteh
    Abstract: A hydatid cyst is a zoonotic infection caused by the larval forms of mostly theEchinococcus granulosus. In humans, the most common site of cyst development is the liver (60%), followed by the lungs (20%), and much less ...
    Subject(s) : Otholaryngology , Cyst , Hydatid , Shoulder , Subcutaneous tissue ,
  • The use of combined 3.5 LCP unicortical plate and nail fixation in proximal tibia fractures and prevention of valgus and anterior angulation 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 01::page
    Author : Reza Abdi; Ayob Akbari; Reza Abdi; Somaye Jomefourjan; Mojtaba Gholami
    Abstract: Introduction: Intramedullary nailing (IMN) of high tibia fracture has some mechanical and biological advantages over the other form of fixation. However, valgus, apex anterior malalignment and anterior displacement of ...
    Subject(s) : Orthopedia , Nail , Tibia , Intramedullary , Proximal , Fracture , Fixation ,
  • Familial hypertriglyceridemia-induced acute necrotizing pancreatitis: A case report 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2017:;Volume ( 05 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : Navid Rabiee; Tooba Kazemi; Navid Rabiee; Ehsan Akbari; Mrs Najme Azimifar; Nahid Azdaki
    Abstract: Acutepancreatitis can infrequently be a life-threatening complication of hypertriglyceridemia. Rarely, hypertriglyceridemia can originate from an inborn genetic error in lipoproteins metabolism. This condition can be ...
    Subject(s) : Heart Surgery , Hypertriglyceridemia , Pancreatitis , Acute Necrotizing ,
  • LetΓÇÖs avoid unwanted plagiarism 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 01::page
    Author : Seyed Yoosef Javadmoosavi; Saeed Safari; Mahdi Alamrajabi; Jalal Vahedian Ardakani; Masoud Baghaei; Farhad Zamani; Mohammad Hossein Sobhkhizi
    Abstract: This article has no abstract. Drafting a scientific paper is both challengingand exciting. A paper reports our findings toscholars and contributes to application of the findings.
    Subject(s) : Educational , The article has no keywords. ,
  • The Effect of Offline E-Learning on Cognitive Learning (Levels of Knowledge, Comprehension, and Application) of Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances Course among Nursing Students 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 01::page
    Author : Narges Soltani; Seyed Ziaoldin RasiHashemi; Ali Ramouz
    Abstract: Introduction: The use of e-learning and computer-aided methods is rapidly on the rise in medical and nursing education. Therefore, given the conflicting findings and lack of systematic clinical trials on comparison of the ...
    Subject(s) : Educational , Cognitive learning , Nursing Students , e-Learning , Traditional learning ,

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