Principal Investigator: Mohammad Hossein Ebrahimi

  • -Assistant Professor of Occupational Medicine
  • -Shahroud University of Medical Sciences
  • -Environmental and Occupational Health Research Center

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Approval date:

2016

 

Starting date:

2016

 

Goals:


To determine the effects of systemic and mental diseases, sleep disorders and demographic factors on traffic accidents.

 

Study population:


Professional Drivers in Shahroud district

 

Sampling method and sample size:


By survey, 3000 drivers in Shahroud district

 

Data Collection:


Interview and self-administered questionnaire, physical examination, audiometry, optometry, blood pressure, height and weight, spirometry, ECG, blood biochemistry measurement, sleep disorder tests, including poly-somno-graphy

 

 

Follow up Methods:


- Active follow up with phone calls to individuals
- Annually active follow up for the occurrence of traffic accidents leading to hospitalization or death
- Sepas system
- Through the police system of the country and the province, Legal Medicine Organization and Road Maintenance And Transportation Organization.

 

 

Main Exposures:


Demographic variables, behavioral (e.g nutrition, physical activity, smoking), individual medical history, family medical history, biological (eg, anthropometric, blood pressure and pulse, ECG), biochemical (such as fasting blood sugar, Lipid Profile,), audiometry, optometry, spirometry and overnight polysomnography

 

Outcomes:


Traffic accidents and its mortality

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