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Articles by S. Arshi
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  H. Sadeghi-Bazargani , K. Mohammad , S. Arshi , S.R. Majdzadeh and S. Mohammadi
  Several software packages for sample size determination have been designed and presented up to now but nearly all of them need a user with a good knowledge about biostatistics and statistical tests. The aim of this research is to evaluate the primary version of a new software compared to some other available sample size software packages. Visual basic 6 was the language for programming. Algorithm used for designing sample size calculation is taken mainly from WHO recommendations in WHO different publications. For primary evaluation purpose, 23 academic staff of Ardabil University of Medical Sciences and Public Health School of Tehran University of Medical Sciences were selected and presented the different capabilities of software and then, designed questionnaire for evaluation of it was filled by them.
  S. Arshi , H. Sadeghi-bazargani , R. Mohammadi , M. Soltan Mohammad Zadeh , A. Rouhi and M. Barak
  Home injuries are preventable dangers to child health and most occur in places considered safe by parents. The aim of this study was to identify the causes and types of accidents and their consequences in pre-school aged children in the villages of Ardabil province northwestern Iran, during the years 2000- 2002. In this descriptive study, questionnaires were completed for 6875 home injuries of preschool children, reported by the primary and secondary health centers and general hospitals. Data were entered in to a computer and analyzed by EPI 2000 software. Among the 6875 home injuries of pre-school children reported, 43.6% were girls and 56.4% were boys with a mean age of 2.93 years. Eighty five percent of these accidents occurred in the hall, rooms and kitchen and 12.9% occurred in the yard. The main organs involved were the hands, feet, fingers and toes in 75.6% of cases. Death and disability occurred in 34 and 15 cases, respectively. Burns occurred in 75% of cases, which had a much higher prevalence than previous studies. Most accidents reported in our study were preventable, which calls for the need to increase the knowledge of parents in this regard.
 
 
 
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