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Miss Pouran Mokhtari Zanjani , Mrs Parvin Shiri Gheidari , Mrs Saeedeh Mazloomzadeh, Miss Farzaneh Zaheri, Miss Mahin Roohani,
Volume 2, Issue 2 (Nursing & Midwifery Care Journal 2013)

Background and Objectives: In recent years, premarital programs are considered to be important in order to promote the quality of married lives in our country. The aim of this study was to determine the pre-marital educational needs of couples referring to premarital education center of Zanjan. Materials and Methods: In a cross-sectional study, a self-administered questionnaire was used to collect data from 424 participants in pre-marriage counseling centers in zanjan, 2010. The questionnaire included demographic section and educational needs section that measured different subject of reproductive health, spousal relationships and Islamic rules and rights. Descriptive statistics, ANOVA and Kroscal Valiswere used for analyzing the data. Results: The need to education in all areas was higher than average in both groups. Comparing the scores showed no significant difference between males and females. The most important need in both groups was concerning the reproductive health. Conclusion: Regarding high education requirements in couples, it is necessary to modify the educational curriculums according to couples needs.

Dr Rahim Sorouri Zanjani , Dr Saeideh Mazloomzadeh, Dr Azadeh Koocheki, Dr Mohammad Noori,
Volume 3, Issue 1 (9-2013)

Background and Objectives: Providing safe blood and prevention of blood-borne infections are among the most important purposes of the Blood Transfusion Organization. The aim of this study was to describe the prevalence of Hepatitis B, C and HIV infection and their determinants in Zanjan blood donors from 2005 to 2006. Material and Methods: In this cross-sectional study, the prevalence of Hepatitis B, C and HIV infection was determined for a total sample of 29716 blood donors. Information on age, gender, educational level and marital status of the donors were collected. Eliza and confirmatory tests including RIBA and Western Blot were used to detect the positive samples for the infections. The data was analyzed using descriptive statistics and frequency tables. Results: From 29716 blood donors, 104 (0.3%) were positive for HBsAg, 33(0.1%) for HCVAb and none for HIVAb. The prevalence of Hepatitis B increased with increasing age it was greater in married than single and in illiterate than literate donors. Both B and C viral infections were more prevalent in the first time donors compared to the repeat donors. Conclusion: Although the prevalence of Hepatitis B, C and HIV infection was low in Zanjan blood donors, for providing a safe blood supply, educational programs and screening strategies among high risk groups such as those with lower levels of education, married and first time donors are recommended.

Parvin Mohebbi, Leiyla Rastegari, Elham Jafari, Mitra Payami Bousaria , Saeideh Mazloomzadeh,
Volume 6, Issue 2 (8-2016)

Background and Objectives: Among significant factors that cause satisfaction of hospitalized patients are the care and respect within confines of the patientchr('39')s rights shown by the health care providers. The present study was carried out to determine the level of respect offered by midwifery Staff at Ayatollah Mousavi Hospital, Zanjan.

Materials and Methods: This descriptive study was conducted on 256 mothers who gave birth to children at Ayatollah Mousavi hospital, Zanjan, Iran. The subjects were selected randomly. Data was collected using a questionnaire which included demographic characteristics and human territory questions. The questionnaire was distributed two hours after delivery. Data was analyzed using SPSS software, Mann Whitney, Kruskal–Wallis, Spearman rank correlation.

Results: The results showed that mean score of attitude of mothers towards respect of human territory was 32.22±4.79, for the attitude of mothers was 13.35±2.51, and for physical and 18.89±3.25 for mental territory. Generally, majority of the mothers had good attitude toward the respect of physical (67.9%) and mental (77.4%) territory.

Conclusion: Mothers showed good compliance with human territory. Thus, it is recommended in-service training courses be held and barriers be removed for a better compliance with human territory in the health care system.

Asghar Marzban, Saeideh Mazloomzadeh, Sanaz Vorteh Parvar,
Volume 7, Issue 1 (6-2017)

Background: Intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) is one of the most important causes of cognitive and motor disorder in children with very low birth weight  and is associated with high mortality and disability rate.
Objectives: The aim of this study was to determine IVH risk factors in the first days of life in neonates weighing less than 1500g (VLBW) so that the results can contribute  to the improvement of the therapeutic function of the delivery room and ultimately IVH risk prevention.
Methods: This descriptive study was conducted on 110 VLBW neonates who were admitted to the hospital affiliated to Zanjan University of Medical Sciences during the years 2012-2013 Zanjan-Iran.  Parameters including gender, birth weight, birth Apgar, regimens, and type of delivery were recorded in the questionnaire and data analysis  was conducted using Chi-square test in SPSS.
Results: From 110 studied neonates, 21(19%) had IVH, of which 11(52%), 5(23.8%) and 5(23.8%) suffered from Grade I, II and III IVH, respectively. Meanwhile, among the studied variables, recovery steps were taken in the delivery room in the IVH group. The cranial ultrasonography  was carried out for these neonates in the first 72 h of birth  and they were categorized as Grade one to four, based on evidence of brain hemorrhage. There was a significant difference between maternity and infant information and without IVH; but it was not statistically significant.
Conclusion: According to the present study, the recovery process seemed to be a risk factor for the incidence of IVH in neonates; therefore, the health level of neonates can be improved by optimizing the mentioned process and reducing this risk factor.

Elmira Aziziz, Azam Maleki, Saeideh Mazloomzadeh, Reza Pirzeh,
Volume 8, Issue 2 (9-2018)

Background: Stress during pregnancy and delivery is associated with unfavorable outcomes, which negatively affects maternal breastfeeding self-efficacy.
Objectives: This study aimed to determine the relationship between perceived stress and breastfeeding self-efficacy of women in Zanjan, Iran.
Methods: This descriptive- analytical study was performed on 224 pregnant women, who participated in delivery preparation classes and were selected by Poisson random sampling. The data were collected using Demoghraphic and midwifery characteristics Questionnaires, Cohen’s perceived stress scale, and Dennis’s breast-feeding self-efficacy scale. In addition, data analysis was performed using descriptive statistics, Pearson’s correlation coefficient, and logistic regression model at 95% confidence interval.
Results: In this study, the mean age of the participants was 26.56±4.61 years. Moreover, a majority of mothers were nulliparous (81.3%), had academic degrees (56.7%), and were housewives (86.6%). According to the results, there was a significant and reverse association between perceived stress and breastfeeding self-efficacy and neonatal weight at birth (P=0.0001) (P=0.01). While breastfeeding self-efficacy had a direct association with natural delivery, wanted pregnancy, neonatal weight, and family income level, It had a significant and reverse relationship with history of abortion (P<0.05).
Conclusion: Due to the significant and negative relationship between perceived stress and self-efficacy as well as the importance of this issue in the rate of exclusive nutrition and continuation of lactation, planning to control perceived stress in nulliparous women with a history of abortion, unwanted pregnancy, and low income levels seems necessary

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