Women Health

Women Health

Title Year PI Owner Institution Study Design Sample Size Keywords References
Stress and its predictors in pregnant women: a study in Saudi Arabia.  2017  Anwar E Ahmed  King Abdullah International Medical Research Center
MNGHA, Riyadh
  cross-sectional  438  psychosocial stress,
oral health, gingivitis, gestational diabetes, pregnant women
 https://doi.org/
10.2147/PRBM.
S131474
 Antibiotics and over the counter medication use and its correlates among Arab pregnant women visiting a tertiary care hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  2017  Hafsa Raheel  King Saud University & King Khalid University Hospital  cross-sectional  354  Pregnant women; Over the counter medications; Saudi Arabia.  https://doi.org/
10.12669/pjms
.332.12376
 Level of Sedentary Behavior and Its Associated Factors among Saudi Women Working in Office-Based Jobs in Saudi Arabia.  2017  Nada Albawardi  King Abdullah International Medical Research Center  cross-sectional  420  Physical activity; Sedentary behavior; Obesity; Overweight.  https://doi.org/10.3390/
ijerph14060659
 Factors associated with different symptom domains among postmenopausal Saudi women in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  2017  AlJohara M. AlQuaiz  King Saud University  cross-sectional  542  Factors; Symptoms; Postmenopausal women; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/10.1097/
GME.0000000000000931
 Prevalence, knowledge and attitudes toward herbal medication use by Saudi women in the central region during pregnancy, during labor and after delivery.  2017  Sameer Al-Ghamdi  Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University  cross-sectional  612  Herbal medicine; Pregnancy; Prevalence; Saudi Arabia  https://doi.org/10.1186/
s12906-017-1714-3
 Depression literacy in women attending university hospital clinics in Riyadh Saudi Arabia.  2017  Amna Rehana Siddiqui  King Saud University   cross-sectional  409  Depression; divorced; education; literacy; women  https://doi.org/10.1177/
0020764016685346
 Prevalence and Complications of Pregestational and Gestational Diabetes in Saudi Women: Analysis from Riyadh Mother and Baby Cohort Study (RAHMA).  2017  Hayfaa Wahabi  King Saud University  multicenter cohort study  9723  Prevalence; Complications; Pregestational; Gestational Diabetes; Women; Cohort Study; Saudi Arabia  https://doi.org/
10.1155/2017/
6878263
 A Cross-sectional Survey of Women’s Provider Gender Preferences for Gynecology and Obstetrics Care at King Abdulaziz University Hospital  2016  Hanan AlShamrani  King Abdulaziz University Hospital  cross-sectional  418  Cross-sectional; Women; Gender Preferences; Gynecology; Obstetrics Care; Saudi Arabia  http://doi.org/
10.4172/2167-
0420.1000347
 Cardiovascular disease risk profile among young Saudi women of Al-Qassim, Saudi Arabia: A cross-sectional study  2016  Hassan Kalaf  Prince Sultan Cardiac Center, Qassim, Saudi Arabia  cross-sectional  833  Cardiovascular risk factors; Diabetes mellitus; Hypertension; Obesity; Young women; Saudi Arabia;  https://www.ncbi.nlm
.nih.gov/pubmed/
27004055
 Breast Cancer Knowledge and Screening Practice and Barriers Among Women in Madinah, Saudi Arabia.  2016 Abdulmohsen  AlZalabani  Taibah University  cross-sectional  465  Breast cancer; Early detection of cancer; Health behavior; Information seeking behavior; Madinah; Preventive health services; Saudi Arabia; Screening  http://doi.org/
10.1007/s13187
-016-1057-7
 The health status of Saudi women: findings from a national survey.  2016  Farah Daoud  University of Washington, United States & Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia.  cross-sectional  5482  Burden of disease; Diabetes; Hypercholesterolemia; Hypertension; Mammography; Obesity; Prevention; Women; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.1093/pubmed/
fdv157
 Attitudes and perceptions towards HPV vaccination among young women in Saudi Arabia.  2016  Aneela N. Hussain  King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center  cross-sectional  325  Adolescents; Attitude; Human papillomavirus vaccination; Perception; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.4103/2230-
8229.189107
 Why do-Saudi Women Refrain Donating Their Blood?–a Study on the Attitude, Belief and Motivation of Saudi Female University Students Towards Blood Donation  2016  Alwaleed Aljohar  King Saud University  cross-sectional  300  Women; Attitude; Belief; Motivation; of Female University Students; Blood Donation; Saudi Arabia  https://www.ncbi.nlm
.nih.gov/pubmed/
27349001
 Levels and correlates of physical activity, inactivity and body mass index among Saudi women working in office jobs in Riyadh city.  2016  Nada Albawardi  Prince Sultan Center for Special Education Support Services  cross-sectional  420  Physical activity; Obesity;Overweight;, Women; Office workers; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org
/10.1186/s12905
-016-0312-8
 Factors associated with the initiation of breastfeeding within the first 48 hours of life in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia.  2016  Riyadh A. Alzaheb  University of Tabuk  cross-sectional  671  Breastfeeding initiation; New mothers; Preterm births; Low birth weight; Caesarean section; Public Health Policy;  https://doi.org/
10.1186/s13006
-016-0079-4
 The Effect of Urinary Incontinence on Quality of Life of Women at Childbearing Age in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.  2016  Marwan A. Bakarman  King Abdulaziz University  cross-sectional  1,200  Urine incontinence; Quality of life; women; Childbearing age; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.5539/gjhs.
v8n2p281
 Mode of delivery and birthweight among teenage and adult primigravida Saudi women: A retrospective comparative study.  2015  Abdelrahim Mohammed  Hail University  Retrospective comparative study  965  Mode of delivery; Birthweight; Teenage; Adult; Primigravida; women; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.1111/jog
.12792
 Breast Cancer Screening in Saudi Arabia: Free but Almost No Takers.  2015  Ali H. Mokdad  University of Washington, United States & Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia.  cross-sectional  1,135  Breast Cancer; Screening in; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.1371/journal.
pone.0119051
 Assessment of the Knowledge and Attitudes of Saudi Mothers towards Newborn Screening.  2015  Ayman Al-Sulaiman  King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center.  cross-sectional  425  Knowledge; Attitudes; Mothers; Newborn Screening; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.1155/2015/
718674
 The health status of Saudi women: findings from a national survey.  2015  Ali H. Mokdad  University of Washington, United States & Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia.  cross-sectional  5482 completed the survey
Of these women, only 3014 completed the clinical tests.
 burden of disease; diabetes; hypercholesterolemia; hypertension; mammography; obesity; prevention; women; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.1093/pubmed
/fdv157
 Use, attitudes and knowledge of medications among pregnant women: A Saudi study.  2014  Noha Zaki  Taif University  cross-sectional  760  Pregnancy; Beliefs about medication; Drug information; Saudi Arabia; Women;  https://doi.org/
10.1016/j.jsps.
2013.09.001
 Factors associated with domestic violence: a cross-sectional survey among women in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.  2013  Wafa M K Fageeh  King Abdulaziz University  cross-sectional  2301  Domestic violence; a cross-sectional; women; Jeddah; Saudi Arabia.  http://dx.doi.org/
10.1136/bmjopen-
2013-004242
 Female University Students’ Physical Activity Levels and Associated Factors—A Cross-Sectional Study in Southwestern Saudi Arabia.  2013  Atika Khalaf/ Hazzaa Al-Hazzaa  King Saud University  cross-sectional  660  Female; Physical activity; Saudi Arabia;  http://dx.doi.org
/10.3390/ijerph10083502
 Screening for Chlamydia trachomatis infection
among infertile women in Saudi Arabia.
 2013  Remah M Kamel  University of Jazan  longitudinal study  640  Chlamydia trachomatis, ELISA, McCoy cell culture, infertility, sexually transmitted
infection
 https://doi.org/
10.2147/IJWH.
S46678
 Breast cancer knowledge and related behaviors among women in Abha City, southwestern Saudi Arabia.  2013  Ahmed A. Mahfouz  King Khalid University  cross-sectional  1092  Breast cancer; KAP; Saudi Arabia  https://doi.org/
10.1007/s13187-
013-0495-8
 Assessment of symptoms of menopause and their severity among Saudi women in Riyadh.  2013  AlJoharah M. AlQuaiz  King Saud University  cross-sectional  490  Symptoms; Menopause; women; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.5144/0256-4947
.2013.63
 Breastfeeding knowledge, Attitude and Barriers among Saudi Women in Riyadh.  2013 Hala Saied King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences  cross-sectional  340  Breastfeeding; Knowledge; attitude; Saudi women; Perceived breastfeeding barriers;
 Saudi women’s acceptance and attitudes towards companion support during labor: should we implement an antenatal awareness program?  2013  Hazem Al-Mandeel  King Khalid University Hospital & King Saud University  Prospective cohort study  402 Acceptance; Attitudes Companion support; Labor; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.5144/0256-4947
.2013.28
 Prevalence of urinary incontinence among Saudi women.  2012  Ahmed Al-Badr  King Fahd Medical City  cross-sectional  379  Female urinary incontinence
Prevalence
Quality of life
Risk factors
Saudi Arabia
 http://doi.org/
10.1016/j.ijgo.
2011.12.014
 Breastfeeding knowledge, attitude and practice among school teachers in Abha female educational district, southwestern Saudi Arabia.  2012  Ali Mohamed Al-Binali  King Khalid University  cross-sectional  384  Breastfeeding;
Knowledge;
Practice;
Attitude;
School teachers;
 https://doi.org
/10.1186/1746-4358
-7-10
 Urinary Incontinence: Prevalence, Risk Factors, and Impact on Health Related Quality of Life in Saudi Women.  2012  Waleed Altaweel  Alfaisal University  cross-sectional  6,600  Urinary Incontinence: Prevalence; Risk Factors; Quality of Life; Saudi Women  https://doi.org/
10.1002/nau.
22201
 Factors associated with timely initiation of breastfeeding in Al-Hassa province, Saudi Arabia.  2012  Abdel-Hady El-Gilany  King Faisal University  cross-sectional 906  Breastfeeding; pregnancy; Saudi Arabia  http://applications.emro.
who.int/emhj/v18/03/
18_3_2012_0250_0254.
pdf?ua=1
 Vitamin D status among Adult Saudi Females visiting Primary Health Care Clinics.  2012  Ebtehal AlMogbel  Qassim University  cross-sectional  465  Vitamin D; Prevalence; Women; Saudi; Secondary hyperparathyroidism; Sunlight; Dietary supplement;  https://www.ncbi.nlm
.nih.gov/pmc/articles
/PMC3616941/
 Year-round vitamin D deficiency among Saudi female out-patients.  2012  Raed Kanan  King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences  A retrospective Study  1556  vitamin D; Out-patient; Female; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.1017/S13689
80012002947
 Domestic violence and its impact on married women’s health in Eastern Saudi Arabia.  2011 Zeinab Afifi  King Faisal University  cross-sectional 2000  Domestic violence; Married women; Eastern; Saudi Arabia;  http://applications.emro
.who.int/imemrf/
Saudi_Med_J/Saudi_
Med_J_2011_32_6_
612_620.pdf
 Determinants of Initiation and Exclusivity of Breastfeeding in Al Hassa, Saudi Arabia.  2011  Tarek Amin  King Faisal University  cross-sectional  641  Breastfeeding; pregnancy; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.1089/bfm.
2010.0018
 Factors associated with cesarean deliveries at Women Specialized Hospital Riyadh, King Fahd Medical City, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  2011  Aneela Kamil  King Fahd Medical City  A retrospective cohort study  2907  Factors;  Cesarean deliveries; Women; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/10.1097/
01.EPX.0000399178
.79516.a3.
 Awareness and Use of Contraceptives Among Saudi Women Attending Primary Care Centers in Al-Qassim, Saudi Arabia.  2010  Mounira Al Sheeha  Qassim Univeristy   cross-sectional  502  Contraceptives,
Birth interval,
Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim
 https://www.ncbi.nlm
.nih.gov/pmc/articles
/PMC3068803/
 Traditional Healers in Riyadh Region: Reasons and Health Problems for Seeking Their Advice. A Household Survey.  2010  Norah Al-Rowais  KSU  cross-sectional  1408  Traditional Healers;
Riyadh;
Health Problems; Household;
 http://doi.org/
10.1089/acm.
2009.0283
 Body mass index and obstetric outcomes in Saudi Arabia: a prospective cohort study.  2010  Abdel-Hady El-Gilany  King Faisal University  prospective cohort study  787  Body mass index; obstetric outcomes Saudi Arabia;  http://doi.org/
10.4103/0256-
4947.67075
 Breastfeeding knowledge and attitude among Saudi women in Central Saudi Arabia.  2010  Yazeed A. Alwelaie  King Fahd Medical City  cross-sectional  848  Breastfeeding; knowledge; Attitude; Saudi women; Saudi Arabia;  https://www.smj.org.sa/
index.php/smj/article
/view/6850/4624
 The use of topical bleaching agents among women: a cross-sectional study of knowledge, attitude and practices.  2010  Khalid Alghamdi  King Saud University  cross-sectional  509  Bleaching agents; women; knowledge; Attitude; Practices;
Saudi Arabia;
 http://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-3083.2010.03629.x