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A case-control study on risk factors for unintentional childhood poisoning in Tehran
Background: Poisoning is a major public health problem and is one of the most frequent causes of emergency hospital admissions. The aim of this study was to identify the main risk factors for unintentional childhood poisoning ...
Epidemiology and risk factors of childhood Brucellosis in West of Iran
Background In Iran, Brucellosis mainly is transmitted from animals to humans of non-occupational ways, thus its prevalence in children is equal to adults or higher than them, thus in view of etiology and public health ...
Estimation of the population attributable fraction of road-related injuries due to speeding and passing in Iran
OBJECTIVES: Speeding and passing are considered to be the main human factors resulting in road traffic injuries (RTIs). This study aimed to estimate the population attributeable fraction (PAF) of speeding and passing in ...
Under-five mortality in Iran and the world, 2015
Assessment the effect of educational intervention on preventive behaviors of home accidents in mothers with children less than 5- year based on Protection Motivation Theory (PMT)
Background: The accidents are the leading cause of morbidity and mortality among children in in the world. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of Educational intervention on promotion of prevention behaviors ...
The effects of model-based educational intervention on self-medication behavior in mothers with children less than 2- year
Background: Self-medication by people is one of the major issues in the world that can be lead to numerous medical and economic problems, this especially issue in children under 2 years who are at the age of growth and ...
Population attributable risk of unintentional poisoning in Iranian children
Background: It is introduced that unintentional childhood poisoning can be as result of child home environment and characteristics of parents. This study aimed at quantifying the adjusted population attributable risk ...