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Abstract: Background: The most common chronic lung disease in childrenis bronchial asthma. Aim: To evaluate effect of mothers' health education to prevent coronavirus in children with bronchial asthma. Design: A quasiexperimental design was utilized. Setting: The study was conducted at Outpatient Clinic of Benha University Hospital, Benha Teaching Hospital, and Benha Specialized Pediatric Hospital. Sample: A convenience sample of 80 mothers and their children have asthma. Tools of data collection: structured interview sheet; baseline characteristics of mothers and children, mothers' knowledge regarding bronchial asthma questionnaire. Result: the result of the present study revealed that mothers had satisfactory knowledge, and practiceafter health education implantation.Conclusion: Health education was effective and help mothers to prevent coronavirus among their children with bronchial asthma. Recommendation: continuous health education should be implemented for mothers to prevent coronavirus in children with bronchial asthma.
Keywords: Aggression, verbal, physical, Hôpital du Mali.
. Abrams EM, Szefler SJ. 2020: Managing asthma during COVID‐19: an example for other chronic conditions in children and
adolescents. J Pediatr. 2020;222:221‐226.
. Abuhammad,S. 2020: Parents‟ knowledge and attitude towards COVID‐ 19 in children: A Jordanian Study. The international journal of clinical practice. First published: 11 August 2020. https://doi.org/10.1111/ijcp.13671
. Al-Hanawi, M. K., Angawi,K. Alshareef, N., Ameerah. Qattan, M. N., Helmy, H. Z. Abudawood,Y., Alqurashi,M., Kattan, W. M., Kadasah, N.A., Chirwa,G.,C.† and Alsharqi, O. 2020: Knowledge, Attitude and Practice Toward COVID-19 Among the Public in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: A Cross-Sectional Study.
. American Lung Association.2020: Do you have back to school with asthma checklist? by Editorial Staff | July 26, 2016. Last updated: April 9, 2020
. Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. 2021: Coronavirus (COVID-19): What People With Asthma Need to Know. 1/27/2021:15 AM
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Abstract: OBJECTIVE: Postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) is a deadly condition. Intrauterine balloon tamponade has been suggested as an easily administered, effective, minimally invasive treatment option to control uterine bleeding. In our study , we aimed to evaluate and compare the clinical efficacy of two types of condom uterine balloon tamponade systems, namely Chhattisgarh condom balloon device "CG balloon (CGB)" and conventional condom uterine balloon device (C-UBT) as a second-line intervention in post-partum haemorrhage (PPH). METHODS: This was a prospective randomized controlled trial conducted on 40 women having PPH which was refractory to first-line management and who were treated with either of the two condom balloon tamponade devices prepared on spot and outcome studied in terms of time to assemble, leakage, expulsion, lumen occlusion, volume of fluid used, time to.....
Keywords: atony, CG balloon catheter, condom balloon catheter, post partum haemorrhage
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2012. http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2012/9789241503631_eng.pdf. Last accessed 1 Sept 2012.
. World Health Organization (WHO) WHO recommendations for the prevention and treatment of postpartum haemorrhage. Geneva: World Health Organization (WHO); 2012.
. FIGO guidelines: prevention and treatment of postpartum hemorrhage in low-resource settings. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2012;117:108–118. doi: 10.1016/j.ijgo.2012.03.001.
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. . Ranathunga GA. Post partum haemorrhage, severe acute maternal morbidity and the condom catheter uterine tamponade. Sri
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Genital prolapse is one of the most frequent causes of gynecological morbidities among women in the world.
The symptoms of genital prolapse can be extremely debilitating and have an appreciable impact on quality of
life. The present study aimed to evaluate women awareness regard genital prolapse . A prospective study design
was conducted at the out-patient's clinics of Fayoum University hospital and General hospital (obstetrics and
gynecology clinic). Purposive sample 73 women was included in the study. Data were collected through three types
of tools (structured interviewing.....
Keywords: prolapse, knowledge , symptoms
. Adams, J., and Tovery, P., (2013): Complementary and alternative medicine in nursing and midwifery: Towards a critical social
science. Routledge Publishing, London, England; 4(65): 45-67.
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. Alberta, A., (2016): Bladder irritants. Urology Journal; 25(9): 1-2.
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. Amy, A., (2015): Integrating complementary alternative medicine: A nurse's challenge. Alternative and Complementary Medicine Journal; 3(46): 898-903
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Abstract: A descriptive survey study was conducted in the antenatal ward of Medical College of Hospital,
Kolkata involving 100 antenatal women to assess the knowledge and practice related to prevention of Covid -
19. The tools included one demographic proforma, one structured knowledge questionnaire and one practice checklist. After validating the tools, the reliability of the tools were calculated. The reliability of the structured knowledge questionnaire was calculated by Split half technique and the value was 0.98 and the reliability of the practice checklist was calculated by Inter-rater method and the value was 0.87. Samples were recruited through Probability random sampling method........
Key Word: Knowledge,practice,Covid-19, antenatal women, information booklet
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. Coronavirus infection and pregnancy. Available from: https://www.rcog.org.uk/en/guidelines-researchservices/ guidelines/coronavirus-pregnancy/covid-19-virus-infection-and-pregnancy/#pregnancy
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|Title||:||Prevalence of COVID infection among vaccinated vs nonvaccinated RNs working in selected hospital of Delhi|
|Authors||:||Ms. D. Maryline Flinsi || Ms. Rohini Sharma|
Abstract: COVID-19 vaccines are a critical tool for controlling the ongoing global pandemic. Even after
vaccination, some nurses developed symptomatic or asymptomatic infections with SARS-CoV2.So the
investigators decided to conduct a study in Apollo Delhi with a purpose to assess the occurrence of COVID-19 infection among vaccinated and non- vaccinated nurses working in selected hospital of Delhi.The research approach was retrospective and descriptive and research design was non experimental. Total enumerative sampling technique was used. The data was collected from Apollo Delhi database (for the nurses who got infected between April to June 2021) with permission from Group Director Nursing, Assistant Director Nursing and Head of Human.....
Key Words: Prevalence of COVID-19, COVID vaccination, Vaccination among nurses
. Vaccine Breakthrough Infections: The Possibility of Getting COVID-19 after Getting Vaccinated
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Abstract: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a contagious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The first known case was identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The disease has since spread worldwide, leading to an ongoing pandemic. The aim of this study is to Understand the dynamics of differential impacts of covid-19 on different countries using the USA as a comparism factor. Data from one hundred and fourty nine countries were selected based on their continents, countries and cases of infection. Data were obtained from United Nations Geoscheme and WHO. They were analyzed and compared to that of the United State of America (USA) value.Data analyzed showed that most Africa countries are least to be affected. Data further revealed that many countries have been able to understand and manage the spread and infectivity of the virus compared to the.....
Key Words: Africa, USA, COVID-19, countries, continent
. Tamara A, Tahapary DL (2020). "Obesity as a predictor for a poor prognosis of COVID-19: A systematic review". Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome. 14 (4): 655–659.
. Petrakis D, Margină D, Tsarouhas K, Tekos F, Stan M, Nikitovic D, et al. (July 2020). "Obesity – A risk factor for increased COVID-19, severity and lethality (Review)". Molecular Medicine Reports. 22 (1): 9–19.
. Roca-Fernández A, Dennis A, Nicholls R, McGonigle J, Kelly M, Banerjee R, et al. (2021). "Hepatic Steatosis, Rather Than Underlying Obesity, Increases the Risk of Infection and Hospitalization for COVID-19". Frontiers in Medicine. 8: 636-637.
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. Joseph O.S., Builders M., Emem E.U and Joseph O.T. (2019). effect of ethanol leaf extract of Cassia angustifolia extract on kidney of Wister Rats. Global Scientific Journal. Volume 8, Issue 9. Page 1023-1031
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Abstract: Background/aim: DM can result in many pathologies at different tissues in the human body especially eye structure, with both a systemic chronic metabolic disorders and a micro- angiopathic character.Cataract is one of the most common causes of visual impairment in patients with diabetes mellites . The aim of this study was to determine the feasibility and clinical effectiveness of intravitreal antivascular endothelial growth factor (Ranibizumab ) combined with cataract surgery for prevention of the postoperative increase of retinal thickness in patients without diabetic maculopathy.....
Key Words: cataract, cystoid macular oedema, Diabetes mellites, HBA1C, ranibizumab
. Das, M.; Upadhyaya, V.; Ramachandra, S.S. and Jithendra, K.D. Periodontal treatment needs in diabetic and non-diabetic individuals: a case-control study. Indian J. Dent. Res.2011, 22 (2): 291-294.
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. Skarbez K, Priestley Y, Hoepf M, Koevary SB. Comprehensive Review of the Effects of Diabetes on Ocular Health. Expert Rev Ophthalmol. 2010, 5:557–577.
. Drinkwater JJ, Davis WA, Davis TME. A systematic review of risk factors for cataract in type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Metab Res Rev. 2019, 35:3073.
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|Title||:||Adherence to post exposure prophylaxis for Hepatitis B virus among health care workers in Accra, Ghana|
|Authors||:||Senoo-Dogbey Vivian Efua|
Abstract: Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) infection is a global issue and a huge occupational hazard to Health Care Workers (HCWs) all over the world. Health Care Workers in resource poor settings have higher potential risk of occupational exposure to HBV. Despite this problem, the use of HBV vaccine which is as a pre-exposure prophylaxis measure for blocking the chain of transmission of the virus is suboptimal among HCWs in our part of the world. The benefits of Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for HBV can be explored to give instant protection for HCWs against occupational acquisition of HBV. Objectives: The study was designed and implemented to assess the level of adherence to the five steps of PEP for HBV among HCWs. Methods: The study was.....
Key Word: Adherence, Health Care Workers, Hepatitis B Virus, Post Exposure Prophylaxis
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. Prüss-Üstün A, Rapiti E, Hutin Y. Estimation of the global burden of disease attributable to contaminated sharps injuries among health-care workers. Am J Ind Med. 2005;48(6):482–90. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16299710
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Abstract: Unconsciousness, more appropriately referred to as loss of consciousness or lack of consciousness, is a dramatic alteration of mental state that involves complete or near- complete lack of responsiveness to people and other environmental stimuli. Sensory stimulation is a service to stimulate the senses of coma patients, to try and awaken them. Researcher conducted a study to assess the effectiveness of sensory stimulation to improve the level of consciousness among traumatic brain injury patients in selected hospital at Udaipur city, Rajasthan. Material and method: In the......
Keyword: Effectiveness, Sensory stimulations, Traumatic brain injury, Level of consciousness
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. Priya RS, Lavanya S. A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Sensory Stimulation to Improve the Level of Consciousness among Traumatic Brain Injury Patients With GCS 7 – 10 at Thanthai Perriyar Government Head Quarters Hospital, Erode. International Journal of Advances in Nursing Management 2014 Oct; 2(4):216-20. Available on: https://ijanm.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2014-2-4-6