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School health in Middle School Girls. حنان ابراهيم العمران

Awatef Alam, Salwa Tayel, Arwa AL-Modayfer, Amira M. Al-Rwili, Doaa andejani, Ebtesam Zarb,  Ghaliyah AL-Ajaji, Haifa Al-Nasser, Hanan Al-Omran, Huda Ismael, Maha Al-Subaie, Meaad Alsulami, Muneerah AL-Zouman, Muneerah Al-Muahidb, Nada Al-Rashed, Najla'a AL-Dohayan, Nourah AL-Zahrani, Rasha Al-harthi, Raneem Milyani, Raneem AL-Shereef, Salma Salem, Salha Makki, Wed AL-Mutairi,School health in Middle School Girls.

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prevalence of IBS among students in KSU أحمد بن عبدالله البدراني

Prevalence of Irritable Bowel Syndrome among students in King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. . Published in the Middle East Journal of Family Medicine 2011;9(5):17-20.

 

 

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Prevalence of Irritable Bowel Syndrome among Students in King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia عبدالرحمن ابراهيم المريشد

Dr. Yousef A. Al-Turki, Mohammed Z. Aljulifi, Abdurrahman Al Murayshid, Hassan R. Al Omaish, Khalid S. Al Daghiri, Ali Y. Al Seleemi, Anas Albarrak, Ali A. Al Aseeri, Hazem A. Al Jumah, Ahmed A. Al Badrani, Fahad Al Robayan, Abdulaziz I. Al Jerawi

Middle East Journal of Family Medicine (MEJFM) June 2011 Volume 9, Issue 5

Abstract

Objective: The aim of this study is to estimate the prevalence of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) among King Saud University (KSU) students, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, taking the factor of life style and stress into account.
Methods: This study was a cross sectional survey among KSU students: one thousand and three hundred fifty students were surveyed within 3 weeks in January 2010. The data was collected via self-administered questionnaires
that were prepared in Arabic. The questionnaires were distributed to 17 colleges. These questionnaires include questions for diagnosed students, questions that meet the Rome III diagnostic criteria and
questions about psychological stresses and life style.


Results: From 1350 questionnaires, 1237 were accepted and included 561 (45.4%) males and 676 (54.6%) females. The response rate is 91.6%. Among the participants, 175 (14.2%) were diagnosed with IBS in which 9.3% were males and 18.4% were female. From the diagnosed students, 66.9% use medications for relieving their symptoms. Other than the students who were diagnosed with
IBS, we found in the study that 157 males and 266 female students match the ROME III criteria. This study shows a significant relationship between IBS and psychological stresses,...

Human supplementary motor area contribution to predictive motor planning زياد عبد الله المقوشي

The supplementary motor area (SMA) is involved in planning limb movements. An important component of such planning is the prediction of the sensory consequences of action. The authors used transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to probe the contribution of SMA to motor planning during a predictive load-bearing task. Single TMS pulses were delivered over the SMA after a cue instructing the participant to release a platform supporting his or her right hand, which in turn held a 2 kg mass. Participants were less able to bear the load successfully when TMS was delivered 400-500 ms prior to the response. This result suggests that the SMA contributes to the prediction of the sensory consequences of movement well before movement onset.

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the attitude, level of knowledge, and practice of first aid amongst primary boys' school teachers د.عبدالرحمن ابراهيم الضراب

دراسة تبحث مدى معرفة مدرسي المدارس الابتدائية في الرياض حول مهارات الاسعافات الاولية و خبراتهم فيها

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Sero-conversion in response to Novel (2009) Influenza H1N1 immunization: A cohort study among nurses, medical students, and staff of King Saud University Hospitals, Riyadh د.عبدالرحمن ابراهيم الضراب

دراسة تبحث الاثار الجانبية الناتجة من لقاح انفلونزا اتش1ان1 على طلاب كلية الطب و ممرضات و موظفي مستشفى الملك خالد الجامعي 

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Attitude and pattern of practice of cataract, keratoconus and refractive ophthalmic surgeons in Saudi Arabia 2010-2011 د.عبدالرحمن ابراهيم الضراب

دراسة تبحث مدى تغير عمليات الماء الابيض و القرنية المخروطية و عمليات تصحيح النظر في المملكة خلال الفترة 2010 الى 2011م

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Knowledge, Attitude and Practice Toward HIV/AIDS Among Youth Male At King Saud University ناصر بدر التركي

�Background: The Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) epidemic is in its third decade and has become a pandemic disease that threatens the world population. It affects all body systems as well as the mental health and social relationships of carries and asymptomatic patients. Young people and their knowledge, attitudes and practice are of particular importance in any society to fight against HIV/AIDS.

Objectives: (1) To assess Knowledge Attitude & Practice (KAP) towards HIV/AIDS among adolescents in kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (2) To observe the significance of� socio demographic variables and other factors in relation to the levels of KAP.

Methods: A cross sectional questionnaire based survey at King Saud University, Riyadh was conducted where 500 male adolescents of age 17-19 years of has constituted the study subjects. The data related to educational status of parents, place of school education, type of school, and pre university ability score and the outcome variables: knowledge score, attitudes score and level of risk of practice towards HIV/AIDS were measured. Appropriate analysis was carried out using SPSS Pc version 17.0 statistical� software.

Results: With the response of 94.2%, the descriptive statistics shows that 93.2%(95% CI: 90.9,85.5%) have heard, read and watched� about HIV/AIDS,� but about 82.2% (95% CI: 78.8,85.9%) of our study subjects had poor level of knowledge of HIV/AIDS,� only� 29.3% ( 25.1,33.5%) had positive attitude, and 27% (23, 31%) were...

Knowledge, Attitude And Practice Toward HIV/ AIDS Among Youth Male At King Saud University. عثمان بن جارالله الجارالله

 The Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) epidemic is in its third decade and has become a pandemic disease that threatens the world population. It affects all body systems as well as the mental health and social relationships of carries and asymptomatic patients. Young people and their knowledge, attitudes and practice are of particular importance in any society to fight against HIV/AIDS.

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he Role Of Seating Position In Determining The Injury Pattern Among Unrestrained Children In Motor Vehicle Collisionst. عثمان بن جارالله الجارالله

  Motor vehicle collision (MC) is the leading cause of death in children over 1 year. Seating position has been shown to play a major role in determining the injury pattern and severity in mainly restrained children. However restrain use and child seating lows are not implemented in many countries. We intended to study the impact of seating position in unrestrained pediatric population 


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