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Vol 12 (2023): Continuous Volume Evaluation and Ranking of Persian Mobile Apps for COVID-19 Abstract  XML  PDF
Sharareh R. Niakan Kalhori, Rasool Nouri, Raheleh Salari, Marjan Ghazi Saeidi
Vol 12 (2023): Continuous Volume COVID-19 Information Dissemination Via Social Media: Content Analysis of Instagram Posts During the COVID-19 Outbreak Abstract  XML  PDF
Nazanin Jannati, Saber Amirzadeh Googhari, Sareh Keshvardoost, Atiyeh Vaezipour, Farzaneh Zolala, Simin Mehdipour, Maryam Hosseinnejad, Mozhgan Negarestani, Farhad Fatehi
Vol 10 (2021): Continuous Volume Challenges and Opportunities of Using Telenursing During COVID-19 Pandemic: An Integrative Review Abstract  XML  PDF  HTML
Mohammadreza Firouzkouhi, Abdolghani Abdollahimohammad, Judie Arulappan, Taha Nouraei, Jebraeil Farzi
Vol 10 (2021): Continuous Volume Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Diagnosis and Prognosis of COVID-19 infection: A systematic review Abstract  XML  PDF  HTML
Mahdieh Montazeri, Ali Afraz, Mitra Montazeri, Sadegh Nejatzadeh, Fatemeh Rahimi, Mohsen Taherian, Mohadeseh Montazeri, Leila Ahmadian
Vol 9 (2020): Continuous Volume Prediction of COVID-19 From Hemogram Results and Age Using Machine Learning Abstract  XML  PDF  HTML
Elena Caires Silveira
Vol 9 (2020): Continuous Volume Outbreak of Coronavirus in Iran Compared to Countries with the Highest Incidence Abstract  XML  PDF  HTML
Elham Nazari, Hamed Tabesh
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