- TételKorlátozottan hozzáférhetőSeroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies: prevalence of COVID-19 and herd immunity in residents of Hadhramaut, YemenCross-sectional population based study in residents of Hadhramaut, Yemen observing seroprevalence of IgG and IgM SARS-CoV-2 antibodies using two different test RDT and ELISA and comparing the different Socio-demographic factors in the study.Also, we measured the Validity of the RDT testing using ELISA as a Reference point
- TételKorlátozottan hozzáférhetőOccupational respiratory diseases in TurkeyOccupational respiratory diseases , particularly pneumoconiosis are frequently occurring not only in Turkey, but all around the world. Pneumoconiosis is well known for its incurable nature causing lifetime health damage. Prevalence of pneumoconiosis have been increasing over the years in Turkey in certain work settings, despite the preventive actions, and its showing that there is still a long way for Turkey to win against pneumoconiosis and its consequences.
- TételKorlátozottan hozzáférhetőThe Effect of Physical Activity on the Cardiovascular Health of Young AdultsA study examined the impact of physical activity on young adults' cardiovascular health. The study's participants were University of Debrecen undergraduates who were randomly assigned to a control or intervention group of 14 members each. The intervention lasted 8 weeks. Vital parameters were recorded before and after the intervention period. The study provided data to support our hypothesis that young adults doing habitual physical activity had beneficial effects on cardiovascular health in general and over the given time period. The control group was essential in order to verify the integrity of the results in this study.The intervention group showed a general improvement and a positive outcome that gives this study the possibility to be considered effective based on the data gathered.
- TételKorlátozottan hozzáférhetőThe impact of covid-19 on diabetes control via self-management in SyriaThe COVID-19 pandemic had an impact on a variety of behaviors that may interfere with diabetes self-care, including dietary control, physical exercise, and adherence to medical therapy, Which may lead to poor diabetic self-care adherence.In this study, the effect of COVID-19 on the behaviors of diabetics patients in Syria was examined. DSMQ was utilized to evaluate the participants' practices that are related to their diabetes care. According to the results of this research, (53.92%) of the participants reported adequate self-control of their diabetes regardless of the type of diabetes. However, no statistically proven differences were found in the self-care activities between different groups of diabetics.Additionally, there was no significant relationship found between COVID-19 occurrence and the commitment to self-management practices based on the study's findings.
- TételKorlátozottan hozzáférhetőAttitudes towards femtech among women of reproductive age in South Africa: A non-representative researchDigital health is a fast-growing concept in the healthcare sector, and one of the main branches of digital health is Femtech, which is a term used to categorize health technology geared towards women’s health. Although Femtech is predicted to grow exponentially in the coming years, many women have different opinions about the effectiveness, accuracy, and potential privacy violations that Femtech platforms may impose. The aim of this study is to analyse the attitudes women of reproductive age in South Africa have towards female digital health platforms.