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A review conducted by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) suggests that long COVID may actually consist of four different syndromes: post-intensive care syndrome, post-viral fatigue syndrome, and long-term COVID syndrome. The absence of a clear definition for this condition may lead to under-recognition and under-treatment of the symptoms experienced by those affected. Moreover, existing programs designed for neurodiverse individuals may be adapted to support the growing neuroacquired population. Communication strategies, such as providing processing time and visual aids, can be useful in workplace settings. Additionally, offering group communication assistance and using plain language and visual signposts can help minimize stress and increase understanding. Providing clear agendas, specific instructions, and feedback that is both direct and positive can also help individuals with long COVID to adjust and perform better in the workplace. Finally, taking into account communication preferences and the availability of virtual communication platforms can help alleviate anxiety for neurodiverse individuals. Understanding the nuances of long COVID and its impact on individuals and the workplace can help healthcare providers and employers provide the support and accommodations necessary for this growing population.</p> Piper Hutson James Hutson Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Integrated Medical Research 2023-05-05 2023-05-05 10 02 30 38 10.57181/ijoimr/vol10i02/115 The Association Between Dental and Oral Care Behavior Towards Quality of Life in Stunting Toddlers <p><strong>Introduction: </strong>Dental and oral health is an important thing that must be considered, especially in stunted children who need more attention because they have a less level of awareness, are susceptible to disease, and have a low intellectual level compared to children with balanced nutrition. If the problem of dental and oral health in stunted children is not addressed, it will cause malnutrition to get worse and the quality of life for stunted children to get lower.</p> <p><strong>Methods: </strong>This research is an analytic observational study with a cross sectional approach. This study used the Early Childhood Oral Health Impact Scale (ECOHIS) Questionnaire and was conducted on stunted toddlers which would be filled out by the parents of these toddlers in Sumberjambe District, Jember Regency. The sampling technique uses total sampling. Of the 9 villages in Sumberjambe sub-district, 3 villages were taken randomly. Each village takes 1 posyandu with the most participants.</p> <p><strong>Results: </strong>There is a significant relationship between the behavior of maintaining oral and dental health and the quality of life of stunting toddlers. Most of the respondents had poor dental and oral health maintenance behavior and a very impactful quality of life.</p> <p><strong>Conclusion: </strong>The behavior of stunting toddlers in maintaining healthy teeth and mouth is still in the low category and the majority of respondents have a very impactful quality of life.</p> Auricza Elfitrozy Ari Tri Wanodyo Handayani Ristya Widi Endah Yani Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Integrated Medical Research 2023-05-27 2023-05-27 10 02 40 47 10.57181/ijoimr/vol10i02/116 The Differences of relationships between iodine and some chemical elements in normal thyroid and thyroid benign nodules revealed by short-term neutron activation <p>Thyroid benign nodules (TBN) are the most common lesions of this endocrine gland. The etiology of TBN is not clear. The aim of this exploratory study was to examine differences in the content of of bromine (Br), calcium (Ca), chlorine (Cl), iodine (I), potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), manganese (Mn), and sodium (Na), as well as I/Br, I/Ca, I/Cl, I/K, I/Mg, I/Mn, and I/Na content ratios in tissues of normal thyroid and TBN. Thyroid tissue levels of eight chemical elements (ChEs) were prospectively evaluated in 105 apparently healthy persons and in 79 patients with TBN. Measurements were performed using non-destructive instrumental neutron activation analysis with high resolution spectrometry of gamma-radiations from activated short-lived radionuclides. Tissue samples were divided into two portions. One was used for morphological study while the other was intended for ChEs analysis. It was observed that in TBN the Br, Cl, Mn, and Na mass fraction, as well as the I/Br, I/Cl, I/Mn, and I/Na mass fraction ratios were higher whereas mass fractions of Ca and I and also I/K mass fraction ratio were lower than in normal thyroid. These changes can potentially be used as TBN markers. Furthermore, it was found that the levels of Br, Ca, Cl, K, Mg, Mn, and Na contents in the normal and affected thyroid gland were interconnected and depend on the content of I in thyroid tissue. Because I plays a decisive role in the function of the thyroid gland, the data obtained allow us to conclude that, along with I, such ChEs as Br, Ca, Cl, K, Mg, Mn, and Na, if not directly, then indirectly, are involved in the process of thyroid hormone synthesis. &nbsp;</p> Vladimir Zaichick Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Integrated Medical Research 2023-06-01 2023-06-01 10 02 48 58 10.57181/ijoimr/vol10i02/106 letter as a response to the recently published article titled "The Effect of Yoga on Stress Reduction among Medical Students" <p class="s3"><span class="s2"><span class="bumpedFont15">I am writing this letter as a response to the recently published article titled "The Effect of Yoga on Stress Reduction among Medical Students" in the International Journal of Integrated Medical Research. Firstly, I would like to commend the authors for conducting such an important study and for sharing their findings with the medical community.</span></span></p> <p class="s3">&nbsp;</p> Seyed Ali Hossein Zahraei Iman Dianat Copyright (c) 2023 International Journal of Integrated Medical Research 2023-05-11 2023-05-11 10 02 39 39 10.57181/ijoimr/vol10i02/107