MUST READ: The Famous Iranian Cardiologist, Professor Massumi
Rashid A. Massumi, born January 21, 1926 (age 88) in Nain, Iran, is a cardiologist, clinical and academic professor known for early contributions to the field of cardiology. He has made a multitude of contributions published in peer review journals, and was the cardiologist to the Shah of Iran and his family and later to Ayatollah Khomeini until 1980.
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If found guilty, then send them to Ebola village.
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Estimation of the requirement for cardiologists in Iran in year 2020 by benchmarking method
Author: Akbar Nik Pajooh
Objectiv (s): The growth in the Iranian population and changes in its ratio in the year 1400 A.H. and also the increase in the frequency of cardiovascular diseases depict the need for scheduling and assessing the requirements for training more cardiologists in the future.
Methods: By library search, we found reliable estimations of the Iranian population in the year 1400 and the available proportion of cardiologists in different countries in year 2000 by searching available databases.
Results: The average proportions of cardiologists in 31 countries were 45 per million people. However, in Iran it was 16-20 cardiologists per million people in 2010. It’s estimated that the population of Iran will rise to 86 million people by 2021. Therefore, if we consider the proportion of 45 cardiologists per million people as the referee, we already need 3870 cardiologists at that time.
Conclusion: Increasing the proportion of cardiologists seems necessary in Iran. But it seems that increasing the annual health care system budget per capita and making a balance between the training specialized health workers and the real need of the society is also of great importance. An independent study and decision making by the health care authorities are necessary to achieve such a big goal.
They have money for Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and other subversive groups. They have money for nuke, imported luxury cars, palaces, their kids’ education overseas, and more, but not for these innocent kids who are the real victims of the prevailing corruption. Read more
You still don't know anything about the working class in Iran because your "priority" is always with Palestine and Afghanistan,...whatever to keep you off course, outside of Iran.
Isn't it peculiar how you could write line after line about almost anything under the sun, but when it comes to you working people, all of a sudden you freeze.
How would you even know how to comprehend, categorize and verify the data you read. What do you know about the rate of poverty in Iran? Practically none, constitutionally incapable of comprehending working class issues in Iran.
When was the last time you actually had to work? Technically speaking writing propaganda for Press TV posed as an atheist/anti-capitalist is not a job, per se.
But you could write an appeal towards reconsideration of this category, this category of Press TV atheist has also been know as the do..hebag category. Read more
The prevalence of coronary artery disease in an urban population in Isfahan, Iran
The findings indicate that there is a high prevalence of CAD among the Iranian population which need more programmes of health promotion and lifestyle changes and further studies to assess the used epidemiological methods for estimating CAD prevalence, especially among women.
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Of course I do.
What makes you think there's only one Hoshang Tarehgol in the whole country. And if you have the slightest doubt you're more than welcome to visit our little, half-frozen Tehranto. I shall personally see to it that you receive a proper teamster reception.
And since when has your name been Ghorbagheh?
Some rather unfortunate frogs also share the fait of Press TV atheists, they're getting extinct and never coming back.
And BTW thanks for all the pictures tonight, from Afghanistan to Iran, especially this last one. Grazie Read more
Once again, I did not deny poverty in Iran or the terrible state of the population. But it's not at level of Afghanistan.
You are simply a fraud. You keep making accusation without addressing the false information that you spread around.
You published a photo of Afghanistan and pretended it was Iran. And I cut your lie.
You publish RadioFarda, which is a funded by US Congress and ran by US Secretary of State.
You are a propagandist, pseudo-intellectual. Read more
Iran has lost close to $700,000,000,000 (that is seven hundred billion dollars, three hundred short of a Trillion) in the past eight years under AN's watch. Just the volume of this public theft and embezzlement should give everyone an idea the level of corruption at work.
With Press TV atheists it's always either Palestine or Afghanistan but never Iran.
Do you know what's the poverty rate of Iranian workers? (do you remember how many times you've been asked this simple question, and you have never answered). Perhaps because it might be slightly better than Afghanistan and Palestine it really doesn't matter!
Do you even read? And do you understand the little bit that you read?
I did not compare PressTV with DemocracyNow. I pointed out that I post from many sources. And PressTV is well know to be state-run, just as RadioFarda is run by United States.
And the quality of a show has nothing to do with this point. If you think PressTV is bad, then so it RadioFarda, maybe even worse. What if PressTV broadcasts a good quality show about something that IRI is ok about discussing?
And again, if responsibility for killing is a metric for excluding media outlets, then I guess you have no clue about how many people have died as a result of Voice of America deceptive propaganda! I bet you don't even know to what extent it's accepted that BBG and VOA are propaganda sources, even in US. Read more
Unlike you, the main concern in here remains the artistic capacity of the show, whichever episode I like I post. This one qualifies in more than one way, especially 10:50 to 11:00.
It's none of my business if you enjoy Press TV or not, but an atheist who supposedly knows what happens to atheists in Iran, posts material from an outlet accused of aiding repression and violation of human rights in Iran, remains a bit peculiar for me.
Press TV's role in building a false case against Arab-Iranians has been thoroughly documented.
Democracy Now is not a network, but a daily (weekdays) independent news program. A brain child of WBAI's late director Samori Marksman. Comparing Press TV with Democracy Now is like comparing a hyena with an eagle.
Believe me, Mr. Bahmani, they will not stop "smiling" even if they see thousands of these cruel executions. Like anyone else in the regime, they have blood on their hands and not any different from Pourmohmadi, Larijani, Khamenei and other collaborators. Read more
Never liked her, never.
Wow, Hoshang! You just keep sinking...
Radio Farda is a local language station ran as an arm Voice of America, which is ultimately controlled by Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG). BBG funding comes from US congress and the board is ran by US officials headed ex-officio by Secretary of State.
That makes it on par with PressTV and other state-run media outlets. You attack me for posting something from PressTV amongst many other sources, but Radio Farda is ok!
Actually, RadioFard is far more dangerous. Every Iranian knows that they should take PressTV with a grain of salt, that it's news must be checked against other sources. But most assume Radio Farda is more trustworthy, because it's not obvious who pays for it's operation. What a hypocrite you are! Read more
lol. She's funnier dead.
I wonder how her dimwitted fans who have followed her every social media post feel now.
It's fairly clear that you had no idea what you were posting and you got caught posting one thing in place of another.
Poverty is always measured in relation to other indices. It is so because rational and intelligent people know its needed to have a valid method of comparison. Iran also has more rich people than Afghanistan. If we just go by numbers of people, there is no meaningful comparison.
Nonetheless, every authoritative organization refutes your assertion that poverty in Iran is worse than Afghanistan. This is why what you post is worthless deviation from a constructive discussion. You post pictures of Afghanistan and pretend it's Iran. You declare that poverty in Iran is worse than Afghanistan, and that makes your words easily challenged. Instead of addressing the problems in Iran with factual data, you rather fabricate. One has to wonder what else do you fabricate? Read more