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Abstract: Background: The first 1000 days of life which has been tagged the "window of opportunity" is a susceptible phase in the life of an individual in which poor nutrition can have both a short and lifelong consequence in the health and function of child. Ability to know and recognize this period is a highway to making use of this window of opportunity. Micronutrients have been found to play a significant role in cognitive development within this period as its deficiencies is a critical concern to a child's development. It is worthy to note that micronutrient deficiency is a major public health challenge as report has it that an estimate of 250 million children living in Africa and South Asia are susceptible to failure of meeting developmental potential by the age of five. Since there are few studies in Nigeria addressing this topic, this study has set out to assess the knowledge of nursing mothers on the role of micronutrients in cognitive development in the first 1000 days of life.....
Keywords: Knowledge; Micronutrients; Cognitive; Development; Nursing mothers.
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Abstract: Résumé Contexte:Le processus d'acquisition des connaissances est capital dans la construction des savoirs professionnels chez les étudiants en sciences infirmières.Il comprend entre autres le choix de la filière d'étude et les facteurs precautions et barrières de l'enseignement-apprentissage.L'objectif de cette étude a été d'évaluer le processus d'acquisiotion des connaissances à travaers l'enseignement – apprentissage à travaers l'enseignement – apprentissage chez les étudiants infirmiers tel qu'organisé à l'ISTM-Lubumbashi, RDC. Méthodes:C'est une étude de cas descriptive et transversale menée de Janvier à Juin 2019, sur un échantillon exhaustif de 616 étudiants de l'Institut Supérieur des Techniques Médicales de Lubumbashi. Cet échantillon a compris 84 étudiants de la filière d'Enseignement et administration en soins infirmiers, 459 étudiants de la filière Hospitalière et 73 étudiants de la.....
Keywords: clés:enseignement, connaissances, sciences infirmières, compétences professionnelle, Lubumbashi
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Abstract: Background: - Food poisonings are emergency pediatric diseases that lead to significant morbidity and mortality. Ensuring integrity and appropriateness in handling, preparation, and storage of food by mothers are effective in prevent it. The aim of the study was: - to evaluate the effect of health instructional guidelines on rural mothers' knowledge and their preventive practices regardingfighting food poisoning. Subjects and Method: -Study design: - pretest – posttest study design was used in this study. Study settings: - This study was conducted in the biggest Rural Health Units that had the highest rate of population attendance in Ceberbay and shabshiervillages affiliated to the Ministry of Health in Tanta city, El-Gharbeya Governorate. Study subjects: - A convenient sample of 132 mothers who had children less than ten years attended the previous settings. Tools of data collection: - A structured interview schedule was developed.....
Keywords: Safetyfood, mothers practices, fighting poisoning, knowledge, rural area.
. Bhavani T. A Study to Assess the Knowledge and Practice of Mothers Regarding Prevention of Food Poisoning at Uttarahalli Village, Bangalore-560061. M.Sc. (Nursing), Community Health Nursing, Royal College of Nursing, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka Bangalore.2008.
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|Title||:||Conidiobolomycosis – A Case Report|
Abstract: Conidiobolomycosis is a chronic fungal infection of the subcutaneous tissue of nose and paranasal sinuses often with facial disfigurement. This article presents a case of rhinofacialconidiobolomycosis with disabling disfigurement requiring an extensive and radical management approach and a challenging nursing care.
Keywords: Conidiobolomycosis,rhinofacial, case report, nursing management
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. Jain A, Rynga D, Singh PK, Chowdhary A. RhinofacialConidiobolomycosis due to Conidioboluscoronatus: A case report and update of the disease in Asia. SEAJCRR. 2015; 4(2): 1576-1589
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. Cherian LM, Varghese L, Panchatcharam BS, Parmar HV, Varghese GM. Nasal conidiobolomycosis: A successful treatment option for localized disease. Journal of Postgraduate Medicine. 2015 Apr 1;61(2):143
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|Title||:||Chronic Lower Back Pain and Coping Behaviors among Older Adults|
|Authors||:||Rania Mohamed Ibrahim Ahmed || Heba Noshy Abd El-Aziz Mohamed || Wafaa Gameel Mohamed Ali|
Abstract: Background:Chronic lower back pain affects all aspects of life of older adults. Coping behaviors are very important to support older adults to tolerate with chronic lower back pain. Aim: Assessment of chronic lower back pain and coping behaviors among older adults. Method: A descriptive correctional study design was used in this study. This study was done in the outpatient clinics at Belqas Central Hospital, Mansoura, affiliated to Ministry of Health. A purposive sample of 175 of the older adults diagnosed with chronic lower back painwere enrolled in the study.Data was collected using: older adults Socio-demographic data structured interview schedule, Medical data structured interview schedule, Oswestry.....
Keywords: Chronic, Lower back pain, Coping behaviors, Older adults.
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. Ganesan, S., Acharya, A. S., Chauhan, R., &Acharya, S. (2017). Prevalence and Risk Factors for Low Back Pain in 1,355 Young Adults: A Cross-Sectional Study. Asian spine journal, 11 (4), 610–617. https://doi.org/10.4184/asj.2017.11.4.610.
. Cabak, A., Dąbrowska-Zimakowska, A., Truszczyńska, A., Rogala, P., Laprus, K., & Tomaszewski, W. (2015). Strategies for Coping with Chronic Lower Back Pain in Patients with Long Physiotherapy Wait Time. Medical science monitor : international medical journal of experimental and clinical research, 21, 3913–3920. doi:10.12659/msm.894743.
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|Title||:||Relation between Self-Stigma Andrecoveryattitude in Schizophrenic Patients|
|Authors||:||Sahar Behilak || Ayat Saif-elyazal Abdelraof|
Abstract: Background: Peoplewith schizophrenia have a major obstacle to recovery. It is still morecomplex to manage self stigma than dealing with public stigma, whichgreatly deteriorate self-concept andreduce the likelihood of a good prognosisfor recovery. Aim of study:to assess therelation between self-stigma and recovery attitude in schizophrenic patient.Subjects andMethods:The present study followed a correlation descriptive research design.Subjects:- A convenient sample of 160 patients with schizophrenia. Tools: The data of this study was collected using the following tools:Tool I: - Socio-demographic and clinical data sheet.Tool II: The Internalized Stigma of Mental Illness Scale (ISMI) Self-stigma, The ISMI-10 has strong psychometric properties and is a practical, reliable, and valid....
. Normalizing strategies include providing information about the wide spread prevalence of psychotic experiences and famous people who have been successful despite experiencing psychosiswith the aim of reducing the patient's perception of being different from others.
. Hence, psychiatric services need to consider practical ways of reducing patient‟ssocial exclusion, for example by encouraging self-help groups and advisors, and by developing robust anti-stigma policies.
. Illness and stigma psycho education of recovery to break the association between the diagnosis and the threatening image of stereotype, the rejection of cultural stereotypes and discrimination of mental illness.
. Highly recommend interventions aimedat building positive self-concept of schizophrenic patients, reducingself-stigmatizing attitudes and thoughts, and strengthening positiveviews of one´s self.
. Counseling initiatives related to the psychiatry nurse's effective coping interventions with internalized stigma may reduce the negative consequences of internalized stigma. Psychiatric nurses can contribute to the functional improvement of patients by reassembling patients, cooperating with the family and community, encouraging psychiatric patients and giving those responsibilities inthe home environment and community..
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Abstract: Background: Most women experience some pain during menstruation. This pain most times affects their normal daily activity and quality of life depending on its duration and severity of this pain. Self-medication strategy divergesamongst the students. So, the current study was done to compare healthcare-seeking behavior and self-medication practice for dysmenorrhea pain among literary and scientific university students.Methods: A purposive and convenience sampling of 300 university students selected from six faculties.Study setting: The study was conducted at different faculties of Sohag University among literary and scientific university studentsdata were collected by using an anonymous, self-administered questionnaire that containedtwo tools: Tool 1: Self-administered questionnaire to assess age and menstrual profile and consists of four parts and tool 2 to assess healthcare-seeking.....
Keywords: Health Seeking Behaviours, Self-medication , Dysmenorrheal pain
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. Gulsen E, Ozdemir F, Pasinlioglu T (2010) Dysmenorrhea prevalence among adolescents in eastern Turkey: Its effects on school performance and relationships with family and friends. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. 23(5): 267-272.
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