Azerbaijan Medical Journal

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Azerbaijan Medical Journal

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Azerbaijan Medical Journal

Influenza-associated lower respiratory tract infections disease burden and cost estimates in Indonesia

Abstract : Lower respiratory tract infections (LRTIs) caused by the influenza virus are associated with significant mortality and morbidity. We sought to generate estimates of the burden and cost of influenza-associated LRTIs in Indonesia in 2017. Data from Indonesian influenza sentinel sites and hospitals not designated as sentinel sites, and published demographic data for Indonesia were used to estimate the incidence of LRTIs attributable to influenza by applying the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) method


Bacteriological profile of Neonatal sepsis from a tertiary care NICU in Western Uttar Pradesh

Abstract : Bloodstream infections (BSIs), particularly in neonates, must be diagnosed and treated with great care. Blood cultures continue to be the gold standard for diagnosis and are one of the most frequent causes of morbidity and mortality in BSIs. This study aims to estimate the bacteriological profile in blood culture among neonates in the tertiary care NICU of western Uttar Pradesh. This is a retrospective study, done in tertiary care hospital. All the neonatal blood samples, received during the per


Reasons for Failure to Change Syrian Medical Curricula: A Qualitative Descriptive Study

Abstract : This study aimed at investigating reasons behind failure of initiatives to reform medical curricula of Syrian universities. A qualitative study was undertaken, and data were collected through interviews with ten academic staff members from Syrian medical faculties in public universities. Inductive thematic analysis was performed to allow themes to emerge from the comments of the participants. Two researchers independently coded each interview using the Braun and Clarke model. QSR NVivo 11 softwa


The risk of developing Low Back Pain among normal Body Mass Index and overweight pregnant women

Abstract : The purpose of this study is to explore the risk of developing low back pain among normal body mass index and overweight pregnant women. This study's respondents consisted of 74 pregnant women in Leuwiliang Sub District in Indonesia. Lower back pain was examined using the Oswestry Disability Index for Low Back Pain questionnaire. This parameter has also high testability and takes about 5 minutes for the patient to complete. The questions given by the interviewer consisted of 10 items asking the


Factor That Influence The Successful of Extubation

Abstract : Mechanical ventilation (MV) uses in neonates primarily aim to assist or replace spontaneous breathing completely, but prolonged use of MV has been associated with various injuries and increased mortality rates. Therefore, extubation must be planned as early as possible, but due to the lack of standardized guidelines, the decision on when to extubate is difficult to determine. The aim of this study is to find the factor that becomes a predictor of the successfulness of extubation among neonates.


Risk Factors of Musculoskeletal Disorders among Higher Students in West Java Indonesia: a Cross Sectional Study

Abstract : Musculoskeletal disorders are still experienced in various activities that involve the use of electronic devices, especially in school students. If not controlled properly, it can reduce student achievement. This study aims to determine the factors associated with musculoskeletal Disorders in offline and online learning activities. The research population is all students who take lectures both online and offline. A cross sectional survey was executed among 175 students who were willing to be inv


Implementation of Family Psychoeducation on Foot Care Ability in Diabetic Neuropathy Patients in Palu City, Indonesia

Abstract : Effectiveness of family psychoeducational therapy on increasing family abilities in foot care in diabetic neuropathy patients in the Palu City area. The design used in this study used the Pre-Experimental One Group Pretest-Postest design. The population in this study were DM patients who visited the Kawatuna Health Center in Palu City from June to September 2021, with a total sample of 30 people obtained based on a purposive sampling technique. The analysis of this study using The Paired Samples


Ankle and Foot Pain, Ultrasound versus MRI

Abstract : Ankle and foot pain can be a challenging clinical diagnosis, notably in patients with vague and chronic pain. Thus, imaging modalities are used. Currently, magnetic resonance is the most reliable method for physicians. However, ultrasound is now widely thought to help evaluate tendon, muscle, bursa, and other soft tissue abnormalities. Particularly early and small inflammatory and structural changes. Therefore, this paper seeks to assess the agreement between ultrasound and MRI in evaluating dif


Risk Factors for Syphilis in RSUP Dr. Wahidin Sudirohusodo and at the Women's Social Service Center (WSSC) Mattirodeceng Social Service, South Sulawesi Province

Abstract : Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) that is a global problem. According to WHO, syphilis is still high, reaching 5.6 million cases of syphilis worldwide in adolescents and adults (age 15-49 years). WHO estimates that every year there are approximately 350 million new sufferers of STIs in developing countries, including Indonesia; the prevalence of syphilis occupies the second place of all types of STIs, namely syphilis by (21.7%). This study aims to look at the magnitude of job ri


The Effect of Knowledge and Actions of the Jumantik 1 House 1 Movement on the Density of Aedes Aegypti Larvae in the Working Area of Pasarwajo Health Center, Buton Regency

Abstract : The implementation of Jumantik 1 House 1 Movement (G1R1J) is one of the DHF transmission prevention programs that involves the active role of the community, especially family members, to eradicate mosquito nests both inside and outside the home. The purpose of this study was to see the effect of G1R1J's knowledge and actions on larval density before and after the intervention. The research design was quasi-experimental with Non-Randomized One Group Pretest-Posttest with Control, namely the exper