Kerman University of Medical Sciences
1. B12 and Folate Concentrations in Opium Addicts Compared to Healthy Subjects: A Case Control Study from Kerman Coronary Artery Disease Risk Study

Ahmad Gholamhossenian; Beydolah Shahouzehi; Mostafa Shokoohi; Hamid Najafipour

Volume 10, Issue 3 , Summer 2018, , Pages 198-204

Abstract
  Background: Opium addiction is a global problem which has implicated many societies. Opium addiction and drug abuse is related to harmful consequences which affect life style, biochemical factors, and vitamins values, and also is considered as a risk for heart diseases. Folate and B12 levels are related ...  Read More

2. Effects of Different Concentrations of Opium on the Secretion of ‎Interleukin-6, Interferon-γ and Transforming Growth Factor Beta Cytokines ‎from Jurkat Cells

Gholamreza Asadikaram; Somayeh Igder; Zahra Jamali; Nader Shahrokhi; Hamid Najafipour; Mostafa Shokoohi; Abdollah Jafarzadeh; Mohammad Kazemi-Arababadi

Volume 7, 1-2 , Winter 2015, , Pages 47-53

Abstract
  Background: The risk of infectious, autoimmune and immunodeficiency diseases and cancers rise in opioid addicts due to changes in innate and acquired immune responses. Three types of opioid receptors (К،δ،μ) are expressed on the surface of lymphocytes and mononuclear phagocytes. The present study ...  Read More

3. Potential Effect of Opium Consumption on Controlling Diabetes and Some Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Diabetic Patients

Najmeh Rahimi; Mohamad Hossain Gozashti; Hamid Najafipour; Mostafa Shokoohi; Hamid Marefati

Volume 6, 1-2 , Winter 2014, , Pages 1-6

Abstract
  Background: Due to this belief that opium may have beneficial effects on diabetes or cardiovascular risk factors, the present study aimed to assess the potential and possible effects of opium consumption on diabetes control and some cardiovascular risk factors in diabetic patients. Methods: This study ...  Read More

4. Estimation of the Active Network Size of Kermanian Males

Mostafa Shokoohi; Mohammad Reza Baneshi; Ali Akbar Haghdoost

Volume 2, 3-4 , Spring 2010

Abstract
  Background: Estimation of the size of hidden and hard-to-reach sub-populations, such as drug-abusers, is a very important but difficult task. Network scale up (NSU) is one of the indirect size estimation techniques, which relies on the frequency of people belonging to a sub-population of interest among ...  Read More