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

  • Comparing the outcomes of proximal radial artery arteriovenous fistula and brachio-cephalic arteriovenous fistula for hemodialysis vascular access 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2022:;Volume ( 10 ):;issue: 01::page
    Author : H. Kazemlou; M. Khaleghian; P. Motaghi; M. Khavaninzadeh
    Abstract: Introduction: Autogenous arteriovenous fistulas (AVFs) are the recommended type of vascular access for hemodialysis (HD). Nonetheless, the precise outcome of Proximal Radial Artery Arteriovenous (PRAAVF), as well as its ...
    Subject(s) : General Surgery , Arteriovenous Fistula , Brachial Artery , Hemodialysis Access , Radial Artery , Vascular Patency ,
  • The prevalence of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after COVID-19 Pandemic 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2022:;Volume ( 10 ):;issue: 01::page
    Author : F. Bagheri Sheykhangafshe
    Abstract: Dear Editor, On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization identified the coronavirus 2019 as SARS-CoV-2 and a worldwide pandemic. COVID is a common human-animal virus known as bats that can be transmitted to humans ...
    Subject(s) : Psychology ,
  • Correction to: A case report of a patient with visual hallucinations following snakebite 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : O. Mehrpour; A. Akbari; S. Nakhaee; A. Esmaeli; S. M. Mousavi Mirzaei; H. Ataei; A. Amirabadizadeh
    Abstract: The original version of this article unfortunately contained mistakes. This is a correction to J Surg Trauma. 2018;6(2):73-76. In the originally published version of this paper, there was an error in the abstract and main ...
    Subject(s) : Correction ,
  • Role of Laparoscopy in the management of incisional hernia. A comparative study from medical school 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2022:;Volume ( 10 ):;issue: 01::page
    Author : Y. Hassan; A. A. Rather; S. A. Rather
    Abstract: Introduction: The conventional open repairof incisional hernia requires extensive dissection. The applicability and superiority of the laparoscopy have been evolving overthe last few years.The aim of our study was to compare ...
    Subject(s) : General Surgery , Incisional Hernia , Laparoscopy , Prevention , Prosthesis ,
  • Measurement of background gamma radiation in surgical and other wards of teaching hospitals affiliated to birjand university of medical sciences, birjand, iran 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2022:;Volume ( 10 ):;issue: 01::page
    Author : H. Zarghani; A. Naghizade; F. Gholami
    Abstract: Introduction: Measurement of background gamma radiation in the human living environment, including hospitals, can provide useful information for epidemiological studies and authority bodies to consider appropriate strategies ...
    Subject(s) : General , Background Radiation , Gamma Rays , Hospitals , Hospital Units , Surgery ,
  • Prevalence of deep vein thrombosis in heparin prophylaxis patients in general surgery department 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2022:;Volume ( 10 ):;issue: 01::page
    Author : A. Hashemi Fard; H. Golmohammadi; E. Mohamadi; H. Ravari
    Abstract: Introduction: One of the complications of surgery operation is deep vein thrombosis. Because of its dangerous side effects, it is important to prevent it. The purpose of this study was to determine the incidence of deep ...
    Subject(s) : General Surgery , Deep Vein Thrombosis , Doppler Sonography , Heparin , Prevalence , Surgery ,
  • Non-surgical endodontic treatment of long-standing traumatized immature tooth with periapical lesion: a case report 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2022:;Volume ( 10 ):;issue: 01::page
    Author : M. Dalaei Moghadam; F. Farahi
    Abstract: The treatment of necrotic permanent teeth with immature apices is a daunting challenge. Apexification has been traditionally used to treat immature permanent teeth with lost pulp vitality. This technique promotes the ...
    Subject(s) : Oral and Maxillofacial , Apexification , Therapy , Dental Pulp Necrosis ,
  • Experience of successful treatment and recovery of a patient with severe high voltage electric burns complicated with unilateral electric cataract 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2022:;Volume ( 10 ):;issue: 01::page
    Author : M. Qi; X. Li; P. Hu; X. Shi
    Abstract: Electrical burns are a special type of burn in which a certain amount of current passes through the human body and causes different degrees of tissue injury, organ dysfunction, or sudden death. Compared with other burn ...
    Subject(s) : Trauma , Electric burns , Injury , Amputation , Cataract ,
  • Management of acute appendicitis in emergency departments during pandemic times: who are the most affected, children or adults? 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : M. Rahman; J.S. Serna-Trejos; C.I. Higuera-Cetina; J.C. Chavarro-Gomez; M. Fernanda Aristizabal; B. Solarte-Martinez
    Abstract: COVID-19 was the most important public health problem in the world during the years 2020 - 2021 . Its appearance and rapid global expansion caused an abrupt change in the management of diseases in all medical departments, ...
    Subject(s) : General Surgery ,
  • A descriptive study of the admitted patients for injuries in a large teaching hospital in 2016 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : Elham Nazari; Mehran Aghemiri; Zahra Ebnehoseini; Reza Akhavan; Azam Kheirdoust; Mehri Momeni; Hamed Tabesh
    Abstract: Introduction: Injuries are the causes of irreparable damages and costs in urban and rural settings. Preventive procedures are effective if correct related information is gathered and provided. Therefore, this study aimed ...
    Subject(s) : Trauma , Emergency Treatment , Hemorrhage , Wounds and Injuries ,
  • Prevalence of Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction and its related risk factors among newborns 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : E. Shirzadeh; F. Mahjubfar; M. Tatari; R. Rahim Golmohammadi; S. Nayyeri
    Abstract: Introduction: Lacrimal drainage system disorders are among the most common ocular disorders faced by physicians. The prevalence of congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction (CNLDO) is different in various studies, and the ...
    Subject(s) : Ophthalmology , Prevalence , Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction , Congenital Disorders , Term Birth , Risk Factors ,
  • Evaluation of the relation between myopia and central corneal thickness in patients admitted to vali-e-asr hospital in birjand, iran 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : S. M. Hosseinirad; S. A. Hosseinirad; M. H. Davari; Gh. Taheri; B. Bijari
    Abstract: Introduction: Considering the increasing prevalence of myopia and the subsequent complications, and due to the dearth of studies on the correlation between myopia and gender with corneal thickness in Iran, this study aimed ...
    Subject(s) : Ophthalmology , Corneal , Gender , Thickness Myopia ,
  • Compliance of operating room sterilization procedures with valid Scientific guidelines 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : Sterilization; Operating Room; Infection Control Standard; Surgery
    Abstract: introduction: Infections caused by surgeries have always been considered a primary concern of medical centers and are associated with irreversible complications. Using appropriate sterilization procedures reduces these ...
    Subject(s) : General , Sterilization , Operating Room , Infection Control Standard , Surgery ,
  • Hyalinizing clear cell carcinoma of parotid, intricacies of management:a rare case report 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : R. Bhardwaj; V. Chauhan; R. Prasad; A. Parasher; A. N. Tripathi; P. Rasania
    Abstract: Hyalinizing clear cell carcinoma (HCCC) usually affects minor salivary glands. It rarely occurs in major salivary glands. HCCCis difficult to diagnose in Fine Needle Aspiration cytology (FNAC). The possibility of metastasis ...
    Subject(s) : Otolaryngology_ENT , Clear Cell Adenocarcinoma , Cytodiagnosis , Fine-Needle Biopsy , Parotid Neoplasms , Salivary Glands ,
  • Tooth autotransplantation of the mandibular third molar: A case report 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : M. Dalaei Moghadam; F. Farahi
    Abstract: Autotransplantation is a viable option for treating teeth with severe decay when a donor tooth is available. Our case was a 29-year-old female that her mandibular second molar was non restorable due to extensive root caries. ...
    Subject(s) : Oral and Maxillofacial , Second Molar , Transplantation , Wisdom Tooth ,
  • Relationship of vitamin D3 deficiency and chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal and sinus polyposis in patients referring to the Department of Ear, Nose, and Throat Diseases Department of Vali-asr Hospital in Brigand, Iran 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : M. Asghari; M. Rajabi Moghaddam; J. Khani
    Abstract: Introduction: Chronic rhinosinusitis may require referral to an ear, nose, and throat specialist for possible endoscopic sinus surgery if medical management fails. Vitamin D is one of the essential vitamins for the body ...
    Subject(s) : Otolaryngology_ENT , Vitamin D , Sinusitis , Polyps ,
  • Effect of the Trendelenburg position on the homeostasis during and post thyroidectomy 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : A. Khazaei; A. Maleknejad; M. Attarzadeh Firouzabadi; Z. Ataie
    Abstract: Introduction: Thyroidectomy is one of the most common surgeries that can be accompanied by postoperative hematoma. The present study aimed to evaluate the impact of the Trendelenburg position on the homeostasis of the ...
    Subject(s) : General Surgery , Thyroidectomy , Position , Trendelenburg ,
  • Challenges and management of spine trauma during Covid-19 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : M. Rahman; R. Ahmed Khan
    Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic is the most serious threat to national health systems in a century. The rapid development and spread of the COVID-19 disease necessitated a significant shift in clinical practice and a restructuring ...
    Subject(s) : Neurosurgery ,
  • Investigation of the Leading Causes of Injury and Violence in South-East Iran 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : H. Ansari; F. Zare; H. Bagheri; M. Mohammadi
    Abstract: Introduction: Injuries and violence are significant causes of death and health problems in all countries; however, they are not equally distributed across the world or within countries. Injuries result from road traffic ...
    Subject(s) : Trauma , Epidemiology , Intentional Self-Injury , Violence ,
  • Can climate help fighting COVID-19 trauma? A case study of Maricopa County, Arizona, USA 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2021:;Volume ( 09 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : Amir Nejatian; Omid Mehrpour
    Abstract: Introduction: Since the emergence of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus, the disease has spread rapidly throughout the world and became a traumatic stressor. Identification of the factors ...
    Subject(s) : Trauma , Air Pollution , COVID-19 , Pandemic ,

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