Jundishapur Journal of Health Sciences: Oct 2017, 9 (4), 8 articles.
Research Article
7/10/2017
Behzad Fouladi Dehaghi, Ali Rastin, Maryam Malekzadeh, Leila Ibrarahimi Ghavamabadi
The perception that water treatment and supply systems are not safe against accident and human errors as well as disease outbreaks is growing. Many major events around the world have been attributed to human error. In general, human errors are defined as situations where planned series of ... read more
Research Article
22/8/2017
Sajad Zare, Yaser Sahranavard, Hossein Ali Hakimi, Davoud Hassanvand, Masoumeh Karami, Mohammad Nabi Farokhi
One of the most common harmful factors in the workplace is noise. Noise control is a factor beneficial for health and safety in the workplace.The current study aimed to design and manufacture a silencer for the cooling tower pump of Sarcheshmeh Copper power station in order to ... read more
Research Article
26/7/2017
Somayeh Bahrami, Mohammad Hossein Razi Jalali, Hossein Najafzadeh, Zeinab Asadi
Leishmaniasis is a zoonotic parasitic infection with a worldwide distribution. Ergosterol and stigmasterol, equivalent to mammalian cholesterol, are the key sterols in Leishmania species, and thus can be used as proper targets for drugs. Objective: Because amiodarone (AMD) and ketoconazole (KTZ) inhibit the sterol biosynthesis in trypanosomatid ... read more
Research Article
31/10/2017
Hossein Ali Rangkooy, Payam Rashnuodi, Amir Hossein Mazaheri, Mohsen Monjezi Ali Salehi, Fariba Khanmirza
Illumination is a physical factor in workspaces. This factor is an important risk factor for vision health, employees comfort, preventing accidents etc. and should be standardized.The current study aimed at assessing and redesigning the illumination in a steel manufacturing company.In the current descriptive cross sectional study, illumination ... read more
Research Article
31/10/2017
Iraj Mohammadfam, Saeed Bashirian, Zohreh Bakhshi
Medication process is a powerful instrument for curing patients. Obeying the commands of this process has an important role in the treatment and provision of care to patients. Medication error, as a complicated process, can occur in any stage of this process, and to avoid it, appropriate ... read more
Research Article
31/10/2017
Zerf Mohammed, Mokkedes Moulay Idriss, Ben Amer Belkacem Nora, Mabrouki Fatiha
Previous Algerian epidemiologic studies have revealed that obesity has become an epidemic in many parts of the community, due to the cumulative body mass index (BMI) allied to upper total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol asserting by medical scholarships in these topics.This study aimed at evaluating ... read more
Research Article
31/10/2017
Hamed Jalilian, Kamran Najafi, Mohammad Reza Monazzam, Yahya Khosravi, Jamshid Jamali
Electrification of transport systems currently deserves top priority in Iran. Such systems generate a magnetic field in static or extremely low frequency ranges. Therefore, train drivers may be exposed to these fields occupationally.The current study aimed to measure the intensity of static magnetic field (SMF) and extremely ... read more
Research Article
29/10/2017
Amir Hossein Davoudian Talab, Gholam Reza Azari
One way of controlling hazards in the work environment is a use of safety signs. Safety signs are among the safe information group; hence, if these signs are not understood properly it could cause an injury or even death.The aim of this study is surveying perception of ... read more