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  1. Prevalence, Pattern, and Severity of Allergic Rhinitis among Children and Teenagers in Qassim Region, Saudi Arabia: A Cross-sectional Study
    Waleed Alhazmi, Aisha Almutairi, Jolan Alsaud , Abdulwahab Aladhyani , Anwar Almutairi, Maha Alsweed, Sadin Alhazmi, Samar Alharbi,
    Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results. 2022; 13(1): 60-67.
  2. Secure IoT Resources with Access Control over RESTful Web Services
    Khalid Aloufi, Omar Alhazmi
    Jordan Journal of Electrical Engineering. 2020; 6(1): 63-77.
  3. A multinodular goiter causes cerebral sinus venous thrombosis: a case report
    Mohammed Alharbi, Amjad Khalid Alharbi, Faris Hashim Alharbi, Ahmed Faisal Alhazmi, Khalid Abdulelah Alhazmi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2021; 5(2): 779-782.
  4. Leukemia and Periodontal Health
    Bann AlHazmi,
    Journal of The Pakistan Dental Association. 2021; 30(1): 61-65.
  5. A cross-sectional study to evaluate knowledge, attitude, and practice among Saudi patients with hypothyroidism in Makkah
    Anwar Abdullah Alhazmi, Basil Abdulaziz Alkhaldi, Rayan Abdulrahman Alhazmi, Abdullah Mohammed Alzahrani, Nehal Khalid Damanhouri
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(3): 660-667.
  6. A Brain Quantitative Representation of Acoustic Neuroma: MRI Case study
    Fahad Alhazmi,
    International Journal of Medical Reviews and Case Reports. 2019; 3(10): 656-659.
  7. Prevalence and Causes of Delay in Seeking Medical Care Among Al-Madina Population, Saudi Arabia
    Anas yousef Alharbi, Abdulrahman Sulaiman Alhazmi, Maged Abdullah Aljabri, Omar mohammed Alawaji, Mohammed khaled Almolhis
    Majmaah Journal of Health Sciences. 2019; 7(1): 23-31.
  8. Prevalence of burnout among frontline versus non-frontline health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Makkah and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    Adel A Alhazmi, Saad M Alsaedi, Rakan M Alsarwani, Abdulrahman M Almalki, Mohannad A Fatani, Saad M Alhazmi, Mansour I Aljabri, Emad A Alzahrani, Abdullah A Khafagy
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2021; 5(10): 1710-1715.
  9. Relation between development of positional vertigo (dizziness) and vitamin D deficiency
    Waleed A. Alhazmi, Faisal Ahmed Althwiny, Saleh A. Alwasil
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2022; 6(5): 755-759.
  10. Causes of hearing loss among adults in Hail region, Saudi Arabia
    Shahad Mohammed Awad Alhazmi, Bayan Abdulkarim Abdullah Alsamaan, Fatimah Saud Furaih Alshammari, Abeer Hassan Elhaj
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2019; 3(10): 806-812.
  11. Diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders: a brief review
    Mohammed Abed A. Bukhari, Meshal Ahmed Mubark Alghtani, Ziyad Sultan Aljohani, Abdullah Abdulghani A Qasem, Ibrahim Hamed M. Alhazmi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2021; 5(1): 364-369.
  12. A cross-sectional survey of cardiovascular health and lifestyle habits of hospital staff
    Shaima Abdullah Ibrahim Hamzi, Fahdah Yahya Hurayyis Oqda, Naseem Qasim Ali Hakami, Yasir Mohsen Alhazmi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2022; 6(3): 514-519.
  13. Uses of diuretics in heart failure: a brief review
    Abdulaziz Dhafer Algarni, Wejdan Talal Almutairi, Asawir Mohammed AlQurashi, Esraa Abdulrahman Alshehrani, Wijdan Turki Almrzouqi, Hussain Ali Alhazmi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(2): 509-512.
  14. Gastrointestinal side effects of antiplatelet drugs (Aspirin and Clopidogrel) in Medina, Saudi Arabia
    Abdelghany Ezzat Bebars, Asalah Abdulaziz Alhazmi, Manar Yahya Aldajan, Njood Abdul Fattah Alhujeri, Renad Mohammed Alhaidari
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2021; 5(1): 210-216.
  15. Techniques and tools used in trauma patients transfer: a review
    Albraa F. Shodari, Majdah A. Almaghrabi, Sarah A. Basindwah, Banan F. Alhazmi, Salah M. Fallatah
    Saudi Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2021; 2(1): 85-91.
  16. Development and validation of a new method for evaluating the log-roll technique in trauma patients
    Sarah A. Basindwah, Banan F. Alhazmi, Albraa F. Shodari, Majdah A. Almaghrabi, Salah M. Fallatah
    Saudi Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2021; 2(1): 12-17.
  17. Prevalence and risk factors of migraine among medical students of Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia
    Hammad Sunaid Alharbi, Amer A. Eisa, Majed H. Alhazmi, Abdulghani S. Sadaqa, Ahmed K. Mohorjy, Mokhtar M. Shatla
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2021; 5(9): 1655-1662.
  18. Prevalence of primary Raynaud's phenomena among healthy medical students in the Western region of Saudi Arabia
    Roaa Aljohani, Halah Izzeldin Abuzaid, Rahaf Eid Alhazmi, Ala Abdulrahman Sdaqir, Soliman Masoud Amer
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(3): 706-710.
  19. The effect of the COVID-19 lockdown on childhood vaccinations in Jeddah: a crosssectional study
    Mohammed Esmail Qashqary, Usama Hamza KH. Malki, Tarig Shaeel A. Althabaiti, Abdulrahman Saad Almasaudi, Omar Mansour Alhazmi, Aseel Saeed Alghamdi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2021; 5(10): 1771-1778.
  20. Vaginal versus cesarean delivery in Saudi women, Madinah
    Hanan Abdel-Sattar El-Halaby, Raghad Abdullah Alrehaili, Aisha Wasl Alharbi, Raghad Osama Alhazmi, Majdah Ahmed Al-Ghafari
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(12): 2072-2078.
  21. A cross-sectional study to explore the awareness and knowledge of epilepsy among health collegesÂ’ students in relation to their demographic differences
    Salah MohammedTaha Bakry, Fawaz Mohammed Alzubaidi, Abdullah Al Jabri, Adnan Mohammed Alhazmi, Abdulrahim Ali Alzaylaee, Omar Abdullah Alturki, Ali Ahmed Alkhamisi, Mohamed A. Elhefny
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2022; 6(3): 454-460.
  22. Knowledge and practice of the population toward epilepsy in children in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    Rahma Mazen Bazhair, Adel Ali Alhazmi, Osamah Hani Abualross, Jumanah Hamed H Alharbi, Ahmed Omar Bahawi, Mahdi Kanjo, Layan Arafah
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2021; 5(5): 1195-1201.
  23. Parents' knowledge and practices about child eye health care in Saudi Arabia
    Abdulrahman Saeed Baashar, Ammar Adnan M. Bin Yaseen, Mohammed Aiman Halawani, Waleed Ibrahim Alharbi, Ghaith Adel Alhazmi, Sultan Sameer Alam, Mohanid Fahd Tirkistani, Essam Eldin Mohamed Nour Eldin
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(2): 454-460.
  24. Effect of lifestyle and mental state on academic performance amongst health specialties students at Taibah University in Al-Madinah, Saudi Arabia
    Mohsin Ali, Rahma Othman Alfouti, Hasan Aman, Abdulrahman Sulaiman Alhazmi, Aseel Khalaf Alharbi, Jumana Abdullah Taha, Sara Ahmed Althaqafi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2022; 6(5): 685-691.
  25. Pattern of ear, nose, and throat disease seen by otolaryngologists at Qassim University outpatient clinics, Saudi Arabia
    Waleed A. Alhazmi, Abdulhakeem N. Almutairi, Abdulrahman A. Al-Muqbil, Ali I. Al-Ali, Muath A. Alhasson
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2021; 5(7): 1430-1436.
  26. Awareness of athletes in Saudi Arabia toward anterior cruciate ligament tear
    Sultan Abdulrahman S. Alamrani, Saeed Mahmoud Mohammad, Abdulaziz Hassan Almahdi, Tareq Kamal Aljabri, Hatim Ibrahim Mohammed Mutanbak, Amjad Mohammed Albanna, Khalid Mohammad Alhazmi, Ziyad Thamer S. Alanazi, Abdulaziz Hani O. Alanazi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(10): 1601-1608.
  27. Use of medical abbreviations and acronyms: knowledge among pre and postgraduate medical students in single academic institute, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    Ragad J. Arbaein, Faisal O. BinJahlan, Dana R. Alghumgham, Lama K. Alhazmi, Abdulrahman A. AlGhamdi, Raad Fayez, Hesham Rizk
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2022; 6(5): 692-697.
  28. Knowledge, attitudes, and practices relating to dengue fever among high school students in Makkah, Saudi Arabia
    Sultan A Alhazmi, Nahla Khamis, Bahaa Abalkhail, Sultan Muafaa, Ahmad Alturkstani, Abdulhafiz M. Turkistani, Sameer Almahmoudi
    International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health. 2016; 5(5): 930-937.
  29. Awareness of septic arthritis in general population of Saudi Arabia
    Saeed Mahmoud Mohammad, Ahmed Mohmmedali S. Nashar, Ayman Mohammed Jaber Hakami, Alwaleed Ali Alhazmi, Raad Abdullah Aldahhas, Raef Fahad Alamri, Musaab Fahad Alslaihem, Osama Khomayes Alghamdi, Abdullah Abdulrahman Alramih
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(11): 1837-1843.
  30. Awareness level of second, third and fourth year medical students toward antibiotic resistance
    Mohammed Afify, Abdulrahman Alsaidi, Naif Almatrafi, Ahmed Alhazmi, Abdullah Alzahrani, Talhah Alhakami, Mohammed Alhasani
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(6): 953-959.
  31. Assessments of quarantined suspected COVID-19 patients with initial negative laboratory testing results: a retrospective study
    Yasser A. Rhbeini, Abdulrahman O. Alhowaish, Taghreed Ahmed Al Harbi, Khuloud Alhazmi, Saad Dakilallah Al Harbi, Naif Hesham Moursi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(10): 1668-1672.



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