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Prevalence of irritable bowel syndrome and associated factors in intern doctors at a state university in western black sea, Turkey: A cross-sectional study

Original Article

Prevalence of irritable bowel syndrome and associated factors in intern doctors at a state university in western black sea, Turkey: A cross-sectional study

Receiving Date: 03 August 2022

Accept Date: 23 September 2022

Available Online: 25 November 2022

Med-Science. 2022;11(4):1564-8

Conflict of interests
The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest in the study.

Financial Disclosure
The authors declare that they have received no financial support for the study.

Ethical approval
Zonguldak Bülent Ecevit University Faculty of Medicine Non-Invasive Clinical Research Ethics Committee accepted the present study (Protocol No: 2022/12, Approval date: 22/06/2022).

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Sargin ZG, Ceylan G. Prevalence of irritable bowel syndrome and associated factors in intern doctors at a state university in western black sea, Turkey: A cross-sectional study. Med Science. 2022;11(4):1564-8

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Corresponding Author: Zeynep Gok Sargin, Zonguldak Bülent Ecevit University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Zonguldak, Türkiye

E-mail: drszeynepgok@yahoo.com

The effect of nursing care satisfaction on pain and anxiety levels of patients undergoing orthopedic surgery in the early postoperative period

Orjinal Article

The effect of nursing care satisfaction on pain and anxiety levels of patients undergoing orthopedic surgery in the early postoperative period

Receiving Date: 13 May 2022

Accept Date: 25 July 2022

Available Online: 25.08.2022

doi: 10.5455/medscience.2022.05.109

Medicine Science 2022;11(3): 1258-63.

Conflict of interests: The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest in the study.
Financial Disclosure: The authors declare that they have received no financial support for the study.
Ethical approval: Ethics committee approval of this study was obtained from İnönü University Health Sciences Non-Interventional Clinical Research Ethics Committee with the number 2021/2491.

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Gunes H, Bulbuloglu S, Kapikıran G, Sritas S. The effect of nursing care satisfaction on pain and anxiety levels of patients undergoing orthopedic surgery in the early postoperative period. Med Science. 2022;11(3):1258-63.

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Corresponding Author: Gurkan Kapikiran, Malatya Turgut Ozal University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Emergency Aid and Disaster Management, Malatya, Turkey.
E-mail: gurkankpkrn@gmail.com

Predictors regarding childbirth fear prior to pregnancy: A study on female and male students

Orjinal Article

Predictors regarding childbirth fear prior to pregnancy: A study on female and male students

Receiving Date: 17 September 2021

Accept Date: 02 March 2022

Available Online:17.04.2022

doi: 10.5455/medscience.2021.09.296

Medicine Science 2022;11(3):1063-70

Conflict of interests: The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest in the study.
Financial Disclosure: The authors declare that they have received no financial support for the study.
Ethical approval: The Ethical Committee of Scientific Researches and Publications within the Institute of Health Sciences at İnönü University provided its ethical consent (Decision No: 2016/16-9).

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Okyay Karatas E, Ucar T, Timur Tashan S. Predictors regarding childbirth fear prior to pregnancy:
A study on female and male students. Med Science. 2022;11(3):1063-70.

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Corresponding Author: Esra Karatas Okyay, Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Midwifery, Kahramanmaras, Turkey.
E-mail: esrakaratas44@hotmail.com

The relationship between Depression/Anxiety with hypertension in recently diagnosed young hypertensive patients

Orjinal Article

The relationship between Depression/Anxiety with hypertension in recently diagnosed young hypertensive patients

Receiving Date: 09 May 2022

Accept Date: 23 May 2022

Available Online: 20.06.2022

doi: 10.5455/medscience.2022.04.093

Medicine Science 2022;11(3):1044-8

Conflict of interests: The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest in the study.
Financial Disclosure: The authors declare that they have received no financial support for the study.
Ethical approval: The study was approved by the Clinical Research Ethics Committee of Yuksek Ihtisas Training & Research Hospital with the decision number 2011-KAEK-25 2022/02-28 , dated 09.02.2022.

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Levent F, Aldemir M, Kuzeytemiz M. The relationship between Depression/Anxiety with hypertension in recently diagnosed young hypertensive patients. Med Science. 2022;11(3):1044-8.

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Corresponding Author: Fatih Levent, Bursa University of Health Science, High Specialization Training and Research Hospital, Department of Cardiology Specialist, Bursa, Turkey.
E-mail: fatihlevent85@hotmail.com

Comparison of anxiety and depression levels between healthy pregnants and pregnants with gestational diabetes

Original Article

Comparison of anxiety and depression levels between healthy pregnants and pregnants with gestational diabetes

Receiving Date: 10 November 2021

Accept Date: 22 February 2022

Available Online: 27.04.2022

doi: 10.5455/medscience.2021.11.369

Med-Science. 2022; 11(2):855-8.

 

Conflict of interests: The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest in the study.
Financial Disclosure: The authors declare that they have received no financial support for the study.
Ethical approval:This study was approved by the ethics committee of SANKO University with the reference number 2020/08.

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Sahin A H, Demiroglu C, Topdagi Y E. Comparison of anxiety and depression levels between healthy pregnants and pregnants with gestational diabetes. Med Science. 2022;11(2): 855-8.

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Corresponding Author:Ayse Inaltekin, Cukurova University Faculty of Medicine, Department Public Health, Adana, Turkey.
E-mail: aysecirak87@gmail.com

A rare manifestation of giant cell arteritis: Bilateral scalp necrosis

Letter to the Editor

A rare manifestation of giant cell arteritis: Bilateral scalp necrosis

Receiving Date: 06 February 2022

Accept Date: 08 February 2022

Available Online: 17.03.2022

doi: 10.5455/medscience.2022.02.030

Med-Science. 2022; 11(2):942-3.

Conflict of interests: The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest in the study.
Financial Disclosure: The authors declare that they have received no financial support for the study.
Patient informed consent: Consent was obtained from the patient.

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Marsak M, Altunisik N, Turkmen D, et al. A rare manifestation of giant cell arteritis: Bilateral scalp necrosis. Med Science. 2022;11(2):942-3.

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Corresponding Author: Zerrin Gamsizkan, Duzce University Faculty of Medical, Department of Family Medicine, Duzce, Turkey.
E-mail: zgamsizkan@yahoo.com

The relationship between preoperative anxiety levels and posttraumatic stress disorder in women having curettage: A prospective study

Original Article

The relationship between preoperative anxiety levels and posttraumatic stress disorder in women having curettage: A prospective study

Receiving Date: 23 December 2021

Accept Date: 22 February 2022

Available Online: 27.03.2022 

doi: 10.5455/medscience.2021.12.407

Med-Science. 2022; 11(2):805-9

 

Conflict of Interests: The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest in the study.
Financial Disclosure: The authors declare that they have received no financial support for the study.
Ethical Approval: Ethical approval was obtained from the Health Sciences Scientific Research and Publication Ethics Board (2019/44). Before starting the study, all the participants were informed on the study, and the voluntary ones were included in the study.

 

 

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Kucukkelepce DS, Unver H, Basogul C. The relationship between preoperative anxiety levels and posttraumatic stress disorder in women having curettage: A prospective study. Med Science. 2022;11(2): 805-9.

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Corresponding Author: Didem Simsek Kucukkelepce, Lokman Hekim University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Midwifery, Ankara Turkey.
E-mail: didemkucukkelepce@gmail.com

The relationship of uveitis with stress and evaluation of anxiety level and the way of coping stress in uveitis patients

Original Article

The relationship of uveitis with stress and evaluation of anxiety level and the way of coping stress in uveitis patients

Esra Porgali Zayman, Birgul Cumurcu, Tongabay Cumurcu

Abstract

In this study, it was aimed to investigate the relation of uveitis with stress and the level of anxiety and the way af coping stress in these patients. In this study, study universe consisted of 80 people having uveitis, and 80 people entering to the hospital with complaints of refractive error, having no other sight problem, being at the same age level were included as control group. Following their examination at clinic, semi-constructed sociodemographic verse form was filled in the psychiatry clinic. Patients were taken to the phychiatric interview in accordance with DSM-5 diagnosis criteria. Afterward Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression (HAM-D), Hamilton Rating Scales for Anxiety (HAM-A), State-Trait Anxiety Investigation (STAI-I, STAI-II), and Coping Stress Scale (CSS) were applied. Uveitis patient group’s scores of HAM-D, HAM-A (HAM-A Total, HAM-A Psychic, HAM-A Somatic, STAI-1 and STAI-2 scales mean scores were naturally higher than control group’s scores (p<0.05). After the last clinic interview, while 72.5% of patient group were considering reason of last attack as stress, 27.5% of patients told that there was no connection between last attack of uveitis and stress. Whereas mean scores of helpless and submissive approach for coping with stress in the patient group were considerably found higher than control group, mean scores of optimistic approach in the control group were naturally higher than patient group (p<0.05). We have found that uveitis patients’ depression and anxiety levels are considerably high that they have helpless and submissive approach for coping with stress. In the examination and treatment processes, considering psychiatric aspect of uveitis patients will be more helpful for optimal treatment and care.

Key words: Uveitis, stress, anxiety, the way of coping stress

Med-Science. 2021; 10(4): 1196-202
 

Psychological and biochemical Impact of Covid-19 pandemic on health workers in Siirt, Turkey

Original Article

Psychological and biochemical Impact of Covid-19 pandemic on health workers in Siirt, Turkey

Naci Omer Alayunt, Osman Ozudogru, Ergul Cakan

Abstract

he aim of this study was to analyze the anxiety level of health care workers at the forefront of the fight against Covid-19 and to determine the prevalence of psychiatric symptoms of factors contributing to psychological stress and to identify risks and preservatives. To determine the anxiety levels of healthcare workers and the factors that contribute to psychological stress in the fight against Covid-19. After receiving ethical and legal permissions Necessary Siirt, a total of 150 people working in training and Research Hospital Covid-19 pandemic pandemic 50 to 100 active employee in the service of medical personnel and medical personnel outside the service running status among sociodemographic trait anxiety (Beck anxiety scale and the impact of Event Scale), a survey study was conducted with the questions the reasons. In this study, the effect scores of events in the pandemic service were found to be different at p<0.001 level compared to non-pandemic. At the same time, anxiety scores in the pandemic service were found to be different at the level of p<0.001 compared to non-pandemic. It was consistent with previous studies on the biochemical findings of healthcare workers who contracted Covid-19. In this context, administrators’ attentive behavior towards psychological, psychological and psycho-social needs, stabilization of anxiety, and programs that teach relaxation techniques can help healthcare professionals develop self-help skills during periods of increased stress.

Key words: Anxiety, biochemistry, Covid-19, health workers, pandemic, psychiatry

Med-Science. 2021; 10(4): 1486-91