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Articles by M. Kafaee
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Kafaee
  M. Tehranipour and M. Kafaee
  Extremely low-frequency magnetic fields (ELFMF) have been reported to produce a variety of biological effects. In the present study, the effects of extremely low-frequency magnetic field (ELFMF) of 4 μT intensity on spatial memory in mice brain (20 min) with using an platform finding task were examined. Thirty mouse were divided to control, experimental 1, 2 (n = 10). Comparable groups of mice were exposed for 20 min to ELFMF. For similar conditions control group were situated into set of ELFMFs for 20 min but with out exposure of magnetic field. The total time spent exploring the platform in the starting phase for all groups was estimated. Present results demonstrate (Experimental 1, 2) that exposed ELFMF are significantly better in practice related to spatial memory in comparison with control group.
  Z. Karimian , M. Kafaee and F. Abbaszadeh
  Sexually transmitted diseases are health problem in world and midwives play important role in transmitting information to patient and counseling with them. Due to this study was not performed, this research is necessary. The aim was to the assessment of knowledge and attitude toward sexually transmitted diseases among midwifes in Kashan 2010. This study was a descriptive analytic study. The samples consisted of 100 midwife, they were selected using convenient sampling method. Data were gathered by a questionnaire that include 3 item demographic information, knowledge and attitude. Data were analyzed by SPSS Software. The mean of age in this midwife was 34±6/7 years and the most of them were married (73%) and undergraduate education (75%). About 56% of midwives have patient with STD. The most of source information about STD was education of university (40%). Their knowledge regarding the STD were high (90%) and the attitudes regarding the STD were favorable (92%). The results indicate a high level of knowledge and a positive attitude towards STD. This study indicated that midwifes informed about STD and researchers can aplicated of them to education and counceling about STD in health center but assessment of performance in this group is nessesery.
 
 
 
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