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Nursing papers in Medicine, W

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  1. Dieser Beitrag stellt anhand der in der Literatur beschriebenen Klassifikationskriterien die Vor- und Nachteile verschiedener Klassifikationssysteme dar. Er soll als Entscheidungsgrundlage zur Wahl der geeigneten Klassifikation der Pflegediagnostik…
  2. OBJECTIVE: To test the validity of internationally accepted waist circumference (WC) action levels for adult Asian Indians. DESIGN: Analysis of data from multisite cross-sectional epidemiological studies in north India.Subjects:In all, 2050 adult…
  3. Objective: Carrying death instead of life is beyond understanding and a huge psychological challenge for a pregnant mother. The aim of this study was to investigate the mothers' experiences of the time from the diagnosis of the death of their unborn…
  4. OBJECTIVES: To compare the value of dual tasking in predicting falling in the general population of oldest old with that of easy-to-administer single tasks. DESIGN: Prospective population-based follow-up study. SETTING: Municipality of Leiden, the…
  5. BACKGROUND: Tools for predicting post-ICU patients' outcomes are scarce. A single-center study showed that the Sabadell score classified patients into four groups with clear-cut differences in ward mortality. OBJECTIVE AND DESIGN: To validate the…
  6. Purpose: The study investigated the determinants of warfarin use in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF). Methods: We assembled a retrospective cohort of community-dwelling elderly patients (aged ≥66 years) with AF using linked administrative…
  7. A novel algorithm for ST-segment analysis is developed using the multi-resolution wavelet approach. The system detects the QRS complexes and analyses each beat using the wavelet transform to identify the characteristic points (fiducial points).…
  8. The HIV epidemic coupled with the assumed benefits of infant formula for the children of all HIV-infected mothers have in complex ways changed public ideas about infant feeding and represents a threat to well established breastfeeding practices. In…
  9. BACKGROUND: Weaning is the process during which mechanical ventilation is withdrawn and the work of breathing is transferred from the ventilator back to the patient. Prolonged weaning is associated with development of ventilator-related…
  10. Weaning covers the entire process of liberating the patient from mechanical support and from the endotracheal tube. Many controversial questions remain concerning the best methods for conducting this process. An International Consensus Conference…
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