04 Feb 2021
31 Jan 2021
Teikyo Medical Journal (issn: 03875547) is a scopus indexed medical journal published by Teikyo University School of Medicine since 1990. TMJ welcomes all types of medical journal includes medicine, pharmacy, bio-chemistry, psychology etc.
Teikyo Medical Journal (ISSN: 03875547) is a peer-reviewed journal. The journal seeks to publish original research articles that are hypothetical and theoretical in its nature and that provide exploratory insights in the following fields but not limited to:
rucellosis, with regard to public health and its impact on socio-economic status of society is important matter in the world that can be transmitted to humans through contact with animals or their products as an occupational hazard to persons. Thus, its prevention, control and eradication are a major challenge for public health policy makers. This survey analyzes the prevalence of brucellosis in West Azerbaijan province, Iran. This was a descriptive-analytical study in which 152 cases of brucellosis from 2009 up to 2010. The cases were defined by clinical symptoms and confirmed by a positive standard agglutination test. Titer 1:80 or greater using standard tube agglutination method was estimated as a positive result. Information about the sex, age, location, occupational risk, contact with the animals recorded by health stuff. Patient’s data was analyzed and described by using SPSS software and analyzed with T test and X2. 152 cases were studied. Most of them were male. (63.16%) and married (65.7%). Mean age of them was (37.46) in the female group. The mean age of patients was 36.84 years. The mean age in rural patients was 31.23 years and in urban 39.56 years old. Their hospitalization period was from 1 to 14 days (Mean: 7.5 days). The epidemic peak occurs in May (31.5%) that is closely related to the months associated with delivery and abortion in animals, it might be expected that occupational exposure, production and consumption of fresh cheese would result in a peak of human cases in this month. Most of them were lived in Urmia city and vicinity. Any of them were taught about prevention of disease. There was a relationship between sex with age (p<0.001) and with place of living (p<0.05). Farmers are more affected but, as females are mostly cooperating in stockbreeding tasks, homemaker females are also greatly affected. In villages, students also take share in stockbreeding tasks and help their parents, so the prevalence rate is also high among them. In other surveys, contact with livestock and husbandry are also forming some of risk factors. According to this study, cattle breeders in villages are the most affected groups. People training, about transition paths, prevention methods, food supply and delivery supervising could decrease disease prevalence
Multiple sclerosis [M.S] is one of the common autoimmune diseases that effects on central nervous system. It is unpredictable and cause to changes in life style. M.S progresses to inability. There is a close relation between health and life style, so that we can prevent from rate of disease attacks. Therefore, recognition life style in MS patients is very important. The objective of this study was to determine of MS patient's life style referred to MS Association in Tehran City in 2008. This research was a descriptive and analytical study. In this study2oo men and women who were suffering from M.S disease were selected. Study instrument was questionnaire and method was interviews. Data were obtained through easy; the data were analyzed with descriptive statistical and inferential statistical methods. Findings showed there were significant relation between educational level, supportive resources, number of relapse and self-care dimension in life style. Also, relation between marriage status, family income and nutrition dimension in life style was significant. According to the results of this study, life style in some dimensions [e.g. Physical activity, exercise. Sleep and rest patterns and adaptation with stress] were undesirable. These no healthy behaviors can effect on severity and relapse of disease and ultimately these effect on quality of life in these patients. Therefore, change and modification and improvement in life style in these patients seem to be essential that we can access to it with holistic educational programs