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ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE GUIDELINES
Journal of Paramedical Sciences contains peer-reviewed clinical and academic material dedicated to advancing the scientific knowledge base of paramedical sciences. This material includes original research، collective reviews، editorials، and letters to the editor concerning the clinical practice، laboratory and clinical research، education، and planning of paramedical science professionals. Other special material may be published at the editors' discretion. All materials are reviewed by a review team affiliated to the editorial board. To maintain objectivity، such reviews are conducted in a double-blind fashion. Articles may be submitted directly at parajournal@sbmu.ac.ir or through a link on the home page at [www.sbmu.para/journal.ac.ir]. Questions before submission can be sent to the managing editor at [parajournal@sbmu.ac.ir].
Authorship should be limited to those who have truly participated in the writing of the manuscripts. Manuscripts accepted for publication are edited for style. The authors are responsible for all statements in the published version and are encouraged to proofread accepted materials carefully.

General Manuscript Submission Requirements
Previous PublicationManuscripts must be unpublished previously and not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Cover PageEach manuscript should include a cover page listing the title of the paper and the first names، initials، and last names and highest academic degrees of all authors. Please specify the name of the author to whom any correspondence should be directed and include that author's affiliation(s)، correspondence street address، telephone and fax numbers، and email address. (Reprints are available from the publisher.) Do not indicate author names or institutions anywhere in the manuscript other than on the cover page. Annotate the institution(s) in which work was performed، sponsoring institution(s)، and respective department(s). Indicate granting institution(s) if the work was supported by grants. If the paper has been or will be presented orally or as a poster، indicate the title of the forum، the sponsoring organization، and the presentation date.
Generic nameswherever possible، use generic names of medications، biomedical devices، and equipment. Brand names may be indicated with the name and the location of the manufacturer provided in parentheses after the generic name.
ReferencesCite references in the order in which they appear in the text. Cite all references by superscript Arabic numbers in the text and in the s and legends for illustrations. Include the first seven authors' names before using et al. Annotate titles of journals referenced using standard Index Medicus abbreviations. Unpublished data or personal communications should be referenced in the body of the text (parenthetically) and should include dates of such correspondence. Use the following format for references:
JournalsAghazadeh، R; Zali، MR; Hematti، M; Rezaie، S; Akbari، RF; Hassanzadeh، P; Mohammadi، MR; et al. Inflammatory bowel disease in Iran: A review of 457 cases. J Gastroenterol Hepatol.2005;20:1691-95
BooksSchwartz GR، Safar P، Stone JH، editors. Principles and Practice of Emergency Medicine. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: WB Saunders; 1985. p. 1198-202.
ChaptersLinberg R. Pathology of head injuries. In: Cowley RA، Trump BF، editors. Pathophysiology of shock. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins; 1982. p. 588-92.
WebsitesPetty JI. Ultrasound offers insight as diagnostic techniques. 2004 Mar 30. Available at: www.sbmu/vision/ed/.org. Accessed 2004 May 9.
AbbreviationsAbbreviations may be used only for cumbersome titles or commonly accepted terminology. When such abbreviations are used، annotate them with the initial mention of words within the manuscript followed by the abbreviation in parentheses.
Standard scientific abbreviations should be subscript or superscript. Terms with multiple interpretations may not be abbreviated when they appear together in a paper. Use ml rather than cc for fluid volumes. All hemodynamic pressures should be in mm Hg. Temperature should be expressed in C، with the equivalent temperature in F expressed in parentheses. All other measurements may be expressed in either the metric or English system، with the appropriate conversion in parentheses، but they should be used consistently throughout the manuscript.
sEach should have a title. Cite each by number in the text.
FiguresIllustrative materials must be of professional quality. Reference each figure by number in the text. Legends should be accurately numbered. Photographs or other graphics، including x-rays، must be jpeg or tiff files scanned at 300 dpi and must be marked for orientation. Color photographs will be used when absolutely essential to convey the information adequately. The additional cost of color material may be assigned to the author.

Manuscript Categories
Original Research: This category includes studies of interventions that potentially affect patient outcome. Also included are other activities that affect patient care and other general topics related to transport medicine. Such material must be submitted in the following format.
AbstractAbstracts must be concise summaries and be presented in the following structured format: Introduction، which includes a statement regarding the purpose of the study; Methods، which states whether the study is retrospective or prospective، experimental، the type of intervention performed، the type and number of subjects، and the method of sample ion; Results، including the statistical significance; and Conclusion. Clinical studies also should include a category Setting، ed just after the Introduction. Abstracts must be provided on a separate page and be limited to 250 words، exclusive of title، authors، and participating institutions.
Introductionthe introduction section should state clearly the purpose of the article and summarize the rationale for the study. Previously published material used to build the case for the study should be referenced.
Methodsthe methods section should describe the authors' work in sufficient detail so that others in the field can reproduce the experiment. This section includes specific descriptions of the setting، the sample characteristics and method of ion، and measurement instruments، including estimates of reliability and precision، if applicable. The type of statistical analyses must be stated. Where appropriate، approval of the authors' institutional review board must be included.
ResultsResults may be provided as s، figures، and written text. The text must explain، in detail، data provided as s or figures but should not be unnecessarily redundant. All direct results from the study must appear in this section. No discussion of the results should appear in this section.
Discussionthe discussion section should interpret results in terms of meaning and applicability and should present the strengths and weaknesses of the study. Results should not be repeated unnecessarily. Computations or extrapolations that may help to explain the results may be provided. The final paragraph should summarize the paper and the conclusions that may be drawn from the work. In addition، suggestions should be included for future research. References in positive or negative support for explanations must be annotated with such comparisons.
Significant FiguresNumbers expressed with greater significant figures than the accuracy inherent in the measurements should be rounded off to that accuracy.

Referencesas listed earlier.
Operational Research: Material in this category should deal with the interplay between medicine and paramedical concerns. In general، it should be presented in the same format as Original Research، although some flexibility will be permitted where appropriate.
Brief Reports: Work in progress and initial reports with a small sample size may be published as brief reports. The format should be that of Original Research. Authors must have a sample size with a sufficient power to prevent beta error. Brief reports should have approximately 750 to 1000 words.
Case Reports: Interesting cases illustrating a particular point of clinical care or examples of a specific disease state or pathophysiologic process of concern to paramedical professionals may be reported. Abstracts are not necessary. The manuscript should be submitted in the following format:
Introductionthe introduction section should briefly present the general topic area and establish why the case is relevant to paramedical science.
Case Reportthe actual case should be presented in sufficient detail to allow the readers to adequately understand the interplay of paramedical science. This section generally should be approximately 300 words.
Discussionthe discussion section should review the relevant literature and offer conclusions and suggestions for other medical & paramedical professionals.

Referencesas listed earlier.
Subject Reviews: Authors are invited to submit scholarly discussions of topics of relevance and interest to paramedical professionals. Examples of potential topics include radiology، medical lab technology، proteomics، etc.
Editorials: Discussions on current topics in paramedical sciences or scholarly discussions of papers published in Journal of Paramedical Sciences may be presented in an editorial. The editors solicit most such discussions. Individuals interested in submitting editorials should contact the editors directly Letters to the Editors: Individuals are invited to write to the editors in response to topics discussed in the Journal or to raise other topics of interest to paramedical professionals. Letters should have no more than three references and no figures or s. The editors reserve the right to edit letters for length and content.
 
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