Azerbaijan Medical Journal

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Azerbaijan Medical Journal

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Abstract : The ongoing COVID-19 epidemic has resulted in new dimensions in the efficacy of the economic and environmental while this virus impacts in human life to create problems in human life. The main objective of this study is to analyze the positive and negative impact on the human and environmental situation of COVID-19 in the world. many research works were done on individual issues for one state of a country but not all state or country data are not available in any sources of the world. To accompl

Impact of psychological and non-psychological factors on psychological distress amongst healthcare workers in a non-COVID tertiary hospital

Abstract : The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in much psychological distress amongst healthcare workers, primarily those serving in COVID-19 hospitals. This can lead to high levels of burnout, as healthcare workers experience increasingly challenging working environments. However, it is crucial to examine the factors underlying depression and anxiety, specifically the psychological and non-psychological variables. Additionally, the new constructs of stress of COVID-19 have emerged, suggesting that the stre

Influencing Factors of Anxiety and Depression amidst COVID-19 among Frontline Healthcare Workers in Sabah, Malaysia

Abstract : Caring for COVID-19 patients might experience mental health challenges and there is a need to identify the underlying factors that could contribute to depression and anxiety. The aim of this study was to study relationship between coping styles, psychological factors, stress and fear of COVID-19 on depression and anxiety among frontline healthcare workers in Sabah, Malaysia. A cross-sectional study was performed amongst 344 healthcare workers in Sabah Women and Children Hospital, Kota Kinabalu,

Perceptions of nursing students for the development of professional practices

Abstract : Nursing students carry out professional practices in different places and with different mentors. The purpose of this paper is to collect information about the thoughts and perceptions of nursing study program students regarding the most preferred and least preferred places to develop professional practice related to age, gender and year of study. Cross-sectional methods were used, following a quantitative approach. The following components were assessed during the study: nursing study program s

Impact of Physical Disability on Activities of Daily Living Among Injured Military Fighters

Abstract : The term "activities of daily living" (ADLs) refers to the fundamental skills required for independent self-care, such as eating, bathing, and moving around. Inability to execute fundamental daily chores may result in harmful situations and a low quality of life. Measuring someone's ADL is significant since it predicts admission to specialized care homes, the need for alternative living arrangements, hospitalization, and the use of professional home care. The study aims to assess the physical di

Critical Care Nurses' Knowledge regarding Nursing Care for Comatose Patients in Babylon Governorate Hospitals

Abstract : Nursing care for comatose patients admitted to critical care units requires carrying out essential care to enable patients to perform daily life tasks and prevent complications. The comatose patients are entirely dependent on critical care nurses for recovery, and it is the nurse's responsibility to always think critically before intervening; thus, critical care nurses working in these areas must have sufficient knowledge to assess and intervene. This study aimed to assess the critical care nurs

Adherence of Hemodialysis Patients toward their Therapeutic Regimen in Al-Hilla Teaching Hospitals

Abstract : Adherence to dietary guidelines, fluid restriction, prescription medicines, and hemodialysis (HD) sessions is essential for optimal and successful therapy. Nonadherence is linked to a variety of unfavorable clinical outcomes and decreases the quality of life of patients. The study aimed to assess the adherence of hemodialysis patients toward their therapeutic regimen. A descriptive study (cross-sectional) was started from the 19th of September, 2021, to the 6th of July, 2022. The study was carri


Abstract : The Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) in Kupang City in 2018 was 4 per 1,000 live births. The cause of infant mortality is mostly due to low birth weight. One of the causes of Low Birth Weight is preeclampsia. The proportion of preeclampsia in NTT Province is still high at 4.7% compared to the national proportion of 2.7%. In addition to harming the fetus, preeclampsia also has an impact on the mother, including an increased risk of diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, congestive heart failure and cer

Molecular Characterization of Acanthamoeba spp. on Contact Lens and Household Water Sources of Contact Lens Users in Jakarta, Indonesia

Abstract : Acanthamoeba keratitis is a disease affecting the cornea caused by unicellular protozoa Acanthamoeba spp. that live freely in nature. This study aims to determine the potential for transmission and genetic characteristics of Acanthamoeba spp. from contact lens cleaning solutions and household water sources for contact lens users. The was a cross-sectional study that was conducted in January-May 2019. The collected samples were contact lens and tap water from 53 lens users in Jakarta. Acanthamoeb

Conversion Disorder: The Challenges in Diagnosing

Abstract : Conversion disorder is defined as a psychiatric illness in which symptoms and signs affecting voluntary motor or sensory function cannot be explained by a neurological or general medical condition. To assess the biological and psychosocial factors of a person with conversion disorder and to provide appropriate psychotherapy to the client. A Single case study design was carried out with the case of conversion disorder. The client’s level of understanding about the illness, symptoms, and functio