Amirreza Manteghinejad

Amirreza Manteghinejad
Isfahan University of Medical Sciences · Cancer Prevention Research Center

Doctor of Medicine

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February 2021 - present
Isfahan University of Medical Sciences
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
October 2018 - August 2022
Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
Field of study
  • Master of Health Professions Education
February 2013 - January 2021

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Publications (11)
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Digital health as a rapidly growing medical field relies comprehensively on human health data. Conventionally, the collection of health data is mediated by officially diagnostic instruments, operated by health professionals in clinical environments and under strict regulatory conditions. Mobile health, telemedicine, and other smart devices with Int...
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Like other aspects of the health care system, medical education has been greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. To follow the requirements of lockdown and virtual education, the performance of students has been evaluated via web-based examinations. Although this shift to web-based examinations was inevitable, other mental, educational, and tech...
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Publications Red Blood Cell Distribution Width (RDW) as a Predictor of In-Hospital Mortality in COVID-19 Patients; a Cross Sectional Study publication dateOct 13, 2021 publication descriptionArchives of Academic Emergency Medicine (AAEM) publication descriptionAbstract Introduction: Red blood cell distribution width (RDW) has been introduced as a...
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Background: Patients with cancer are at an increased risk of mortality from COVID-19 infection. So, they are prioritized for vaccination. This study aims to report the clinical characteristics of patients who had a positive PCR test after being fully vaccinated by Sinopharm BIBP Vaccine. Methods: In this retrospective study, the data of patients...
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Background: Novel coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) is the current pandemic causing massive morbidity and mortality worldwide. The gold standard diagnostic method in use is reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) which cannot be solely relied upon. Computed tomography (CT) scan is a method currently used for diagnosis of lung...
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Background: The COVID-19 pandemic challenges the healthcare system to provide enough resources to battle the pandemic without jeopardizing routine treatments. As a result, this is important that we can predict the outcomes of patients at the time of admission. This study aims to apply different machine learning (ML) models for predicting Intensive...
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Background In the last few decades, the need to change the curriculum of basic medical science has been further emphasized. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of teaching integrated course of physical examination and radiological anatomy in practical limb anatomy on medical students’ learning outcomes. Methods This was an experi...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has now imposed an enormous global burden as well as a large mortality in a short time period. Although there is no promising treatment, identification of early predictors of in-hospital mortality would be critically important in reducing its worldwide mortality. We aimed to suggest a prediction model for in-hospital mortality...
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Since late 2019, COVID-19 has been spreading over the world and caused the death of many people. The high transmission rate of the virus demands the rapid identification of infected patients to reduce the spread of the disease. The current gold-standard test, Reverse-Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR), suffers from a high rate of fals...
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UNSTRUCTURED Similar to other aspects of the healthcare system, medical education has been affected most by COVID-19. Following the lockdown requirements and virtual education, the performance of students has been evaluated via online exams. Although this shift to online examination was inevitable, other mental, educational, and technical aspects s...

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A Registry for Multiple Sclerosis Patients in Isfahan, Iran
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Prevention and control of breast cancer is an emerging public health issue. As a result, we established a multicenter clinical breast cancer registry (CBCIR) in Iran to study the pattern of care and quality of care indicators in different hospitals.
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Isfahan COvid-19 REgistry (I-CORE) enables data collection during health-care service delivery, empowering the observational studies of disease and treatment as an effective tool for many purposes such as recognizing variations in treatment and outcomes; safety screening finding factors that determine prognosis; and reporting quality of care, including the desirability of care and disproportion in the delivery of care.