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A. Soleimani , M.Sc., F. Taghlili , M.Sc., M. Rasooli , M.Sc. The Survey of the Health Behavior of Jenior Undergraduates of the Nursing Concerning Risk Factors of Coronary Artery Diseases. Avicenna J Nurs Midwifery Care. 2006; 13 (2) :32-42
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Introduction & Objective : In recent years number of patients coronary artery has increased and has many mortality. In attention to important role of nurses in communication and they has started their education periods recently and they can changed their behavior therefore In attention above 2 factor researcher decided to do this survey .

Materials & Methods: A descriptive study aimed about the health behavior of the jenior under graduate of the nursing and midwifery college of Tehran university concerning risk  factors of coronary artery diseases. For &alpha=%95 , p= 0.9 and  d= 0.1, sample size 35 person computed . The instruments of data collection were some questions conclude two parts:

 The first part was made up of demographic questions and the second part of questions about health behavior concerning dietary prevention of obesity smoking activity and rest stressors management and regular physical examinations.

Results: The finding were summarized into 6 graphs in which descriptive statistics were used to grade the health behavior of the students %22/8 students health behavior for risk factors of coronary artery diseases were weak %65/5 were medium and %12/7 were good and just %8/6 students were smoking cigarette .

Conclusion : Based on the results of the present research some suggestions have been given for purpose of enhancement and continuity of research a bout subject of this survey student 

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Type of Study: Original Research | Subject: Nursing
Accepted: 2016/02/14 | Published: 2016/02/14

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