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Abstract: Background: Alcohol and other forms of substance abuse continue to hinder the development, functioning, and well-being of millions of adolescents and adults. Purpose of the study: The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of nursing intervention for secondary school students about substance abuse prevention in Sammanoud City, Gharbia Governorate, Egypt. Subjects and methods: Design: A quasi experimental research design was used. Setting: The study was conducted at secondary governmental schools in Sammanoud City, Gharbia Governorate, Egypt.............
Keywords: Secondary school students, substance abuse, nursing intervention, Sammanoud City, Egypt.
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Abstract: Internship year represents the first actual contact of the nurse graduates with the real work environment with all its challenges. The transition from student nurse to qualified staff nurse is often filled with overwhelming stress. Many nurse interns reported being distressed and emotionally overwhelmed in dealing with new or traumatic experiences when rotating various critical clinical settings at Alexandria Main University Hospital. The experienced stress is likely to be exacerbated by lack of emotional regulation and adopting immature defenses that cause many forms of defensive behaviors..............
Keywords: Emotional Regulation, Ego Defense Styles, Nursing Interns.
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|Title||:||Physiological Adaptation among Preterm Infants and Associated Maternal Factors|
|Authors||:||Azza Abdel Moghny Attia || Nadia Bassuoni Elsharkawy|
Abstract: Although advances in neonatology led to considerable decreases in preterm infants' mortality and morbidity, the problem is still of major importance. Aim: The aim of this study was to describe the physiological adaptation among preterm infants and explore the associated maternal risk factors. Method: The study was carried out using a prospective descriptive design with follow-up of preterm infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Maternity and Children Hospital at Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It involved a purposive sample of 60 parturient women in preterm labor and their preterm infants...............
Keywords: Extra uterine life, maternal risk factors, neonatal intensive care unit, physiological adaptation, preterm infant.
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Abstract: Background: Kogi State recognizes the necessity of meeting the needs of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) with compassionate care as a result broad range vulnerabilities faced by these children and their families. This paper therefore presents achievements and implications of care and support programme among OVC in Kogi State, Nigeria Methods: Five civil society organizations were engaged by Kogi State Agency for the Control of AIDS under HIV/AIDS Fund (HAF) II project to provide care and support services for OVC. A total of 3700 were reached with this intervention and selection of participants was done using purposive sampling. Data collected using data collection and reporting tools were entered on DHIS2 platform and later exported into and analyzed using Microsoft Excel...............
Keywords: Orphans and vulnerable children, HAF II project, HIV, Care and support
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adolescents predicted by abuse and extreme poverty. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 58, 336-342.
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Abstract: A study on prevalence of intestinal helminthes among nursery and primary school pupils was conducted in Rumde, Jimeta, Adamawa State, Nigeria. The study was aimed at determining the intestinal helminthes in relation to sex, age, parent occupation and socio-economic factors among the pupils. A cross-sectional study involving 144 pupils were involved where questionnaire was given to assess the socio-economic factors. Stool specimens were examined using the formal ether concentration technique. Chi-square was used for the data analysis at (p<0.05) level of significance...............
Keywords: Adamawa, intestinal helminthes, infection, nursery and primary, Nigeria
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Abstract: A study on Schistosoma haematobium among primary school children in Gerei Local government Area of Northeastern Nigeria was conducted to determine the infection prevalence and relationship among primary school children and to assess infection rate in respect to age and parents occupation of the subjects. A total of three hundred school children were randomly selected from two primary schools within the Local Government Area. The samples was examined for the ova of Schistosoma haematobium using sedimentation technique.The overall prevalence rate of 33.3% was observed. Higher infection rate was observed among males, 64(21.3%) than their female..............
. Ayele, B., Erko, B., Legesse, M., Hailu, A. and Medhin, G. (2008). Evolution of circulating Cathodic Antoen (CCA) strip for diagnosis of urinary schistosomiasis in Hossaba School children, Afar, Ethiopia. Parasite. 15: 69-75.
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Abstract: The aim of this study isto evaluate the effect of Nursing care standards (NCSs) for preventing deep vein thrombosis (DVT) among patients undergoing hip surgery on nurses' performance and patients' outcome. Research hypothesis are (1): Orthopaedic nurses' performance level for prevention DVT will be improved post NCSs implementation than pre implementation. (2): The incidence of DVT among patients undergoing HS post NCSs implementation (study group) will be lesser than pre implementation (control group). A quasi-experimental Research design was utilized..............
Keywords: Deep vein thrombosis, Hip surgery, Nursing care standards, Patients' outcome , Performance
. Korucu, I.H., Turkmen, F., Kacira, B., Bilge, O., Kilicaslan, A. and Toker, S. (2014):Thromboprophylaxis for Hip and Knee Arthroplasty: Current Managements and Review of the Literature. World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases, 4: 586-593.Located@www.scirp.org/journal/PaperDownload.aspx?paperID: Accessed at 14 December 2015.
. Lee,S.Y., Hyun Ro, D., Chung, C.Y., Lee, K.M., Kwon, S.S., Sung, K.H. and Moon Seok Park, M.S. (2015): Incidence of Deep Vein Thrombosis after Major Lower Limb Orthopedic Surgery: Analysis of a Nationwide Claim Registry. Yonsei Med J; 56(1): 139–145. Accessed 20 February 2015
. Garcia, F.L., Marins, M.H.T., Raddi, T.B. and Picado, C.H.F. (2015): Unfractionated heparin and mechanical thromboprophylaxis in hip arthroplasty. ActaOrtop Bras; 23(4):208-11. Available from URL: http://www.scielo.br/aob: Accessed at October 21, 2015.
. Al Tawil1, F.A., Abou-Donia, S.A. and Abdel Gawad, M. (2013): Establishing Nursing Standards for Prophylaxis of Deep Vein Thrombosis among Patients Undergoing Hip Surgery. Journal of American Science, 9 (1):406420.Located@www.jofamericanscience.org/.../061_14040am0901_40: Accessed at October 25, 2015.
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Abstract: Aim: This study was performed with the aim of determining the effect of status regarding having a cancer patient in the family to the general health condition and healthy lifestyle behavior of nursing and midwifery students. Method: A total of 713 students participated in the comparative and descriptive study. Data was collected using the student identification form, the General Health Questionnaire-12, and the Healthy Lifestyle Behavior Scale-II. Results: Among the students, 23.7% had a cancer patient in their family, and those students were found to think they carried a higher risk for cancer (p<0.01). It was determined that the general health statuses of the students..............
Keywords: Cancer, familial history, general health, healthy lifestyle behavior, student
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