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2021-07-20 Research Article

Sleep quality and associated factors among patients with chronic illness at South Wollo Zone Public Hospitals, Northeast Ethiopia

Afework Edmealem*, Sewunet Ademe and Atsedemariam Andualem

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Background: Pathological and nighttime sleep deprivations have substantial adverse effects on regulation of weight, sugar and blood pressure because of endothelial dysfunction, sympathetic nervous system stimulation, regulation and activation of systemic inflammation. Thus, thi...

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2021-07-06 Research Article

Nurses knowledge and practice in assessment and management of neonatal pain at Governmental Hospitals in Gaza Strip: A cross sectional study

Yunis KS Qasim*, Hamza Abdeljawad and Ali H Abusafia

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Objective: The study aimed to investigate neonatal nurses' knowledge and practices related to pain assessment and management that may contribute to improve the quality of pain management by nurses at Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) of governmental hospitals in Gaza ...

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2021-06-07 Research Article

Self-care practice and associated factors among type 2 adult diabetic patients on follow up clinic of Dessie referral hospital, Northeast Ethiopia

Sisay Gedamu Addis*, Sewunet Ademe Kassahun, Samuel Anteneh Ayele, Abebe Dires Nega and Kirubel Dagnaw Tegegne

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Background: Diabetes mellitus is a common health problem in the world and Africa including Ethiopia. Its complication is the major cause of morbidity and mortality of people due to improper self-care practice.

Objective: To assess self-care practices and associated ...

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2021-03-26 Research Article

Ambivalent sexist attitudes of young adolescents from the province of Jaén: Regarding the use of sexual and/or pornographic content on the internet

María José Calero*, Ana Raquel Ortega Martínez and José Luis Castillo Galán

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Knowing the possible origin of sexist attitudes in adolescents is essential when educating them to avoid gender violence derived from them. Nurses have an important role in education for the health of children and adolescents, so we must study the risk factors that lead to th...

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2021-03-23 Research Article

Experiences of patients with lung cancer receiving concurrent chemo-radiotherapy

Eunsook Choi* and Sunhee Park

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Purpose: In an aspect of qualitative treatment, this research gathered lung cancer patients’ actual experiences to understand deeply, such as their expectation for treatment results, their difficulties during treatment, and their various requests to their family and med...

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2021-03-16 Review Article

Evidence-based primary care approach to treating people with COVID-19 infection to prevent life-threatening complications: A review of the evidence for practical application in a clinical setting

Thomas A Sharon*

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The NIH has published treatment guidelines for treating COVID-19 patients in the hospital. However, as of this writing, there are no established protocols for treating COVID-19 positive patients in primary care. Accordingly, this investigator has taken on the task of reviewin...

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2021-02-11 Research Article

The impact of the surgical mask on the relationship between patient and family nurse in primary care

Ana Raquel Braga* and Irene P Carvalho

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Objective: In primary care, during treatments, nurses may need to wear surgical masks, namely for control of infection contamination, or to minimize unpleasant odors. The goal of this study is to inspect the effect of nurses wearing the mask on patient perception of the nurse...

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2021-02-01 Case Report

COVID-19: A unique opportunity for population health to align with nursing schools to help vulnerable populations at risk of adverse outcomes

Eileen Haley, MSN, RN., Victoria Harris, MPH., Parag Agnihotri, MD., Jamie Kwak and Ming Tai-Seale, PhD, MPH*

COVID-9 created a public health crisis shutting down many normal day-to-day activities and adversely affecting life, as we know it.

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2020-12-22 Case Report

Obesity may contribute to Japanese COVID-19 death rate

Tetsuo Fukawa*

Japan enjoys the longest expectation of life at birth among major developed countries, and one possible reason for this is that obesity is rare in Japan. Further, COVID-19 death rate is extremely low in South Korea and Japan compared to the other developed countries, and low obesity rate may be r...

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