|ISSN:2423-7876|Disc: The Modern Care Journal is the open access, peer-reviewed official journal of the School of Nursing and Midwifery, published on behalf of Birjand University of Medical Sciences. It provides a forum for scientific inquiry of the highest standard in the fields of cares.|Priority:4|Publisher:School of Nursing and Midwifery, Birjand University of Medical Sciences|

Recent Submissions

  • Evaluation of Clinical Features and Outcomes of Patients with Coronavirus (COVID-19) Admitted to ICU in Southeastern Iran in 2020 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : H. Hosseinnezhad; S. M. Hozhabrossadati; A. R. Khalesi; M. Ganjifard
    Abstract: Background: Coronavirus, coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), in humans, mainly causes respiratory and gastrointestinal manifestations that can range from a simple cold to severe clinical symptoms or death. On the other ...
    Subject(s) : Critical Care , Outcomes , Clinical Features , Coronavirus , COVID-19 , Intensive Care Unit ,
  • Evaluating COVID-19 Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice Among the Students of Birjand University of Medical Sciences: A Cross-sectional Survey 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : M. Zare Bidaki; H. Aramjoo; M. Ram; H. Enayati; A. Ebrahimzadeh
    Abstract: Background: With the onset of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in December 2019, healthcare systems faced an unprecedented challenge. Medical and paramedical students are the front-line warriors in this ...
    Subject(s) : Community Andhealth Education , Microbiology , Medical Students , Practice , Attitude , Knowledge , COVID-19 ,
  • Evaluating Behavioral Changes Prevalence Among Primary and Preschool Children Due to COVID-19 Epidemic 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : A. Dashtgard; H. Dehghani; S. M. Mohsenizadeh; H. Zare Marzouni; M. Alinezhad Moqaddam
    Abstract: Background: The COVID-19 pandemic and its subsequent changes in the community lifestyle can be associated with problems and complications. It seems very important to identify the problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic ...
    Subject(s) : Child And Maternity Care , Children , COVID-19 , Behavioral Disorder ,
  • Effectiveness of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and Pharmacotherapy in Pain Management in Patients with Chronic Pain 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : A. Lotfi Jabali; M. Mojtabaei; M. Mirhashemi
    Abstract: Background: A variety of pharmacological and nonpharmacological methods are used to treat chronic pain. Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) through stimulating the central and peripheral nerves is a different ...
    Subject(s) : Chronic Diseases Care , Women , Chronic Pain , Drug Therapy , Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation ,
  • Effectiveness of Paradox Therapy on COVID-19 Anxiety in Adult Population in Jahrom 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : R. Eatesamipour; Kh. Ramazanzade Moghadam; B. Amirpour
    Abstract: Background: Since COVID-19 is a new disease with devastating effects worldwide, its emergence and spread aroused confusion, anxiety, and fear among the public.Objectives: The present study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness ...
    Subject(s) : Critical Care , Adult Population , COVID-19 Disease , Anxiety , Paradox Therapy ,
  • Surgical Pearl: A Simplified Chemical Technique for Splinting Nail and Its Gutter of Mild to Moderate Ingrown Toenail (Grade 1 and 2) 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : M. Mukhtar
    Subject(s) : Critical Care , Conservative , Cyanoacrylate Glue , Palliation , Prevention , Resection ,
  • Clinical, Demographic, and Epidemiological Characteristics of Patients Diagnosed with COVID-19 in Zahedan, Southeastern Iran 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : B. Shahi; F. Kazemi; Sh. Mashaei; M. Foroughian; M. Ziaei; Sh. Rahmani
    Abstract: As the epidemic spreads, COVID-19 poses a severe threat to the health of communities. Description of epidemiological characteristics of COVID-19 patients helps with the prevention and scientific control of the pandemic. ...
    Subject(s) : Chronic Diseases Care , PCR , Epidemiology , COVID-19 ,
  • A Case of Guillain-Barré Syndrome as the First Presentation of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : Z. Saremi; M. Bakhshi Mohammadi; Z. Ahmadi
    Abstract: Introduction: Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a chronic autoimmune disease with different clinical manifestations. Acute [resembling Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS)] or chronic (chronic inflammatory demyelinating ...
    Subject(s) : Chronic Diseases Care , Case Report , Systemic Lupus Erythematosus , Guillain-Barré Syndrome ,
  • Applications of Telemedicine in Tackling Infectious Disease Outbreaks: The Nigerian Perspective 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 04::page
    Author : F. Benjamin Effiong; E. Ebuka Elebesunu; G. Onyinyechi Madu
    Subject(s) : Critical Care , Telemedicine , Technology , Nigeria , Healthcare , COVID-19 ,
  • Relationship of Physical Activity Level with Quality of Life and General Health Among COVID-19 Recovered Individuals 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : M. Azmodeh; R. Hoseini; E. Amiri
    Abstract: ackground: New coronavirus (COVID-19) has a major impact on the individual's physical activity level (PAL). The COVID-19 outbreak caused a decrease in the PAL, which might also affect the general health and quality of life ...
    Subject(s) : Management And Leadership In Healthcare Services , General Health , Quality of Life , COVID-19 , Mental Health , Exercise ,
  • Evaluating Knowledge and Stages of Nutritional Behavior Change in Diabetic Patients Covered by Comprehensive Health Service Centers in Ghayenat City in 2020 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : A. Khazaeinejad; F. Salmani; M. Moodi
    Abstract: Background: Diabetes is one of the most common chronic and non-communicable metabolic diseases and one of the major public health problems. Lifestyle and diet are remarkable factors in controlling diabetes.Objectives: This ...
    Subject(s) : Chronic Diseases Care , Transtheoretical Model , Stages of Change , Eating Behavior , Knowledge , Diabetes Mellitus ,
  • Comparison Between Emergency Severity Index Plus Cardiac Troponin I Rapid Test and Emergency Severity Index in Patients Presenting with Low-risk Chest Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : M. Shariati; A. Mirhaghi; H. Tavalaei; J. Malekzadeh
    Abstract: Background: There is difficulty in identifying low-risk patients with acute coronary syndrome in the emergency department (ED).Objectives: The aim of this study was to compare mistriage between the Emergency Severity Index ...
    Subject(s) : Critical Care , Emergency Treatment , Emergency Severity Index , Triage , Cardiac Troponin I Rapid Test , Chest Pain ,
  • Oncology Nurses' Communication Challenges During Caring for Cancer Patients: A Qualitative Content Analysis Study 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : M. Poodineh Moghadam; A. Nasiri; Gh. Mahmoudirad
    Abstract: Background: Establishing appropriate communication with cancer patients is necessary to make decisions for them and involve them in the care process to prevent the adverse consequences of cancer treatment. Thus, the ...
    Subject(s) : Nursing , Patient Care , Cancer , Oncology Nursing , Communication , Qualitative Research ,
  • Prevalence of Transfusion Transmissible Infections Among Blood Donors in South Khorasan Province, Iran: An 11-Year Study 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : B. Mesbahzadeh; M. R. Ameli; A. Ranjbar Moghadam; S. M. Sajjadi
    Abstract: Background: Transfusion transmissible infections (TTIs) are the most frequent complication of blood transfusions. This fact stresses the need for regular evaluation and monitoring of TTIs in blood donors.Objectives: This ...
    Subject(s) : Community Andhealth Education , Blood Donors , HIV , HBV , HCV , Syphilis , Iran ,
  • Predictors of Puberty Health Behaviors Based on Integrated Behavioral Model Among Girl’s High School Students in Birjand in 2020 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : K. Abbasi; M. R. Miri; E. Norozi; A. A. Ramazani
    Abstract: Background: From the beginning of puberty, girls are exposed to many physical-psychological problems that experience for the first time, so it is very important to pay attention to puberty health.Objectives: The aim of ...
    Subject(s) : Community Andhealth Education , Students , Integrated Behavioral Model , Attitude , Health Behavior , Puberty ,
  • Acute Severe Bilateral Visual Loss as Presenting Symptom of COVID-19 Infection 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 03::page
    Author : K. Ghaemi; T. Darvishpour Kakhki; F. Abbasi; M. Nikandish
    Abstract: Introduction: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has emerged as a pandemic and is accompanied by extraordinary morbidity and mortality. Critically ill COVID-19 patients have frequent thrombotic problems and laboratory ...
    Subject(s) : Management And Leadership In Healthcare Services , Ophthalmology , Stroke , Vision Loss , COVID-19 ,
  • Association Analysis Between Interleukin 1 Beta Locus-511 Gene Polymorphism and Bipolar I Disorder: A Case-control Study in an Iranian Population 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 02::page
    Author : A. Talaei; M. Mojahedi; J. Tavakkol-Afshari; M. R. Fayyazi Bordbar; M. T. Shakeri; N. R. Zaferanloo; M. Azad
    Abstract: Background: Bipolar I disorder (BP-I) is one of the significant disabling psychiatric disorders resulting in severe deficits in the social and personal function of suffering patients. Among its etiologies, immunologic and ...
    Subject(s) : Psychiatrics , Iran , Interleukin 1β , Polymorphism , Bipolar Disorder ,
  • Evaluation of the Impact of Webinar Training in Comparison to Conventional Training on COVID-19 Risk Perception in Emergency Medical Technicians 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 02::page
    Author : S. M. R. Hosseini; M. A. Mahmodi; A. Mirhaghi
    Abstract: Background: The COVID-19 pandemic has affected in countless ways conventional teaching methods and led to a sudden shift in teaching methods toward distance teaching. Objectives: Hence, this study aimed to evaluate the ...
    Subject(s) : Nursing , Preventive Measures , Conventional Training , Risk Perception , Emergency Medical Technicians , COVID-19 ,
  • Challenges in the Marital Life of Women with Gynecological Cancers: A Qualitative Study 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 02::page
    Author : S. Alinejad Mofrad; A. Nasiri; Gh. H. Mahmoudirad; F. Homaei Shandiz
    Abstract: Background: Gynecological cancer is an unfortunate event. Due to cultural and social constraints, there is insufficient information as to the challenges of Iranian women with this cancer. Objectives: The aim of this study ...
    Subject(s) : Chronic Diseases Care , Gynecological Cancer , Marital Life , Qualitative Research ,
  • Correlation of Vitamin D Serum Level of Mothers and Their Newborns 

    Type: Journal Paper
    Source: Modern Care Journal:;2021:;Volume ( 18 ):;issue: 02::page
    Author : H. Boskabadi; E. Heidari
    Abstract: Background: The possibility of vitamin D deficiency is high among mothers and their premature newborns. Objectives: Due to the high rate of vitamin D deficiency in Iranian women, this study aimed to determine the association ...
    Subject(s) : Child And Maternity Care , Prematurity , Maternal , Supplements , Neonate , Vitamin D ,

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