Items where Author is "Rahmanian, Karamatollah"

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Rahmanian, Karamatollah and Rahmanian, Zhila and Sotoodeh jahromi, Abdolreza (2019) Anti-nociceptive Effect of Hydro-alcoholic Extract of Cardamom Seed in Male Rat. Journal of International Translational Medicine, 7 (1). pp. 5-8.

Rahmanian, Vahid and Rahmanian, Karamatollah and Mansoorian, Elham and Sotoodeh jahromi, Abdolreza and Madani, Abdolhossien (2018) Epidemiological characteristics and temporal trend of human and bovine brucellosis cases, Southern Iran, 2009-2016. Repository of Research and Investigative Information Hormozgan University of Medical Sciences.

Rahmanian, Vahid and Rahmanian, Karamatollah and Rahmanian, Narges and Rastgoofard, Mohammad Ali and Mansoorian, Elham (2018) Survival rate among tuberculosis patients identified in south of Iran, 2005-2016. Journal of Acute Desease, 7 (5).

Rahmanian, Vahid and Rahmanian, Karamatollah and Mansoorian, Elham and Sotoodeh Jahromi, Abdolreza and Madani, Abdolhossein (2017) Years of potential life lost in the south of Iran in 2011 and 2015: A population-based study. WORLD FAMILY MEDICINE, 15 (10). pp. 91-98.

Sotoodeh jahromi, Abdolreza and Rahmanian, Karamatollah and Sapidkar, Abdolali and Zabetian, Hassan and Yusefi, Alireza and Kafilzadeh, Farshid and Kargar, Mohammad and Jamalidoust, Marzieh and Madani, Abdolhossien (2017) Immunity level to diphtheria in beta thalassemia patients. WORLD FAMILY MEDICINE, 15 (8). pp. 7-11.

Nikseresht, Asghar and Yabande, Amir-Abbas and Rahmanian, Karamatollah (2017) Pre-competition anxiety score among Elite Boy Swimmers in Iran. WORLD FAMILY MEDICINE, 15. pp. 65-70. ISSN 6

Nikseresht, Asghar and Yabande, Iman and Rahmanian, Karamatollah (2017) Blood lactate level in Elite boy swimmers after lactate tolerance exercise test. BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AND THERAPY, 4. pp. 1318-1326. ISSN 5

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