Series-2 (Jan. – Feb. 2022)Jan. – Feb. 2022 Issue Statistics
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|Title||:||The quality of services in medical tourism and the use of TIC|
|Authors||:||Dra. Mayda González Espinoza || Dra. Janet García González || Dra. Claudia Viviana Álvarez Vega|
Abstract: Offering quality services has become a great advantage to attract customers, mainly service companies that operate in dynamic and competitive environments such as medical tourism, which is why it is important that they adapt to current changes and trends, each It is increasingly necessary to incorporate new technological tools to be at the forefront. This is an applied research with a quantitative, descriptive approach, and its purpose is to identify the variables that affect the quality of the service and the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) by companies dedicated to medical tourism. The Servperf Model instrument was adapted, and through a factor analysis, the variables of tangibility.....
Keywords: Medical tourism, quality of service, Information and Communication Technologies.
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Abstract: Background and aim: Despite the numerous merits of epidural analgesia, its acceptance and practice has become a subject of contention. The present study is a qualitative research aimed at evaluating the perception and acceptance of epidural analgesia during labour amongst pregnant women attending antenatal clinic in university of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital. Methods: A total of 30 eligible pregnant women were recruited for the study and audio-taped interviews were recorded and saturation occurred at the 16th subject. Thematic analysis identified the following themes; assessment of labour pain, pain relief during labour, perception of epidural analgesia, as well as acceptance of epidural analgesia during labour....
Keywords: Perception, Acceptance, Epidural analgesia, Labour.
. Hanley, G. E., Munro, S., Greyson, D., Gross, M. M., Hundley, V., Spiby, H., and Janssen, P. A., (2016). Diagnosing onset of labour: A Systematic Review of definitions in the research literature. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth.; 16: 71.
. Bilic, N., Djakovic, I., Klican-Jaic, K., Rudman, S. S., and Ivanec, Z., (2015). Epidural Analgesia in Labor-Controversies. Acta Clinical Croatia.; 54 (3): 330-336.
. Mestrović, A. H., Bilić, M., Loncar, L. B., Micković, V., and Loncar, Z., (2015). Psychological factors in experience of pain during childbirth. Coll Anthropol; 39 (3): 557-65.
. McCauley, M., Stewart, C., and Kebede, B., (2017). A survey of healthcare providers' knowledge and attitudes regarding pain relief in labor for women in Ethiopia. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth; 17 (1): 56.
. Siyoum, M., and Mekonnen, S., (2019). Labour pain control and associated factors among women who gave birth at Leku Primary hospital, Southern Ethiopia. BMC Res Notes; 12 (1): 619.
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Abstract: Background: Nurses who provide bedside care have a variety of jobs and commitments; therefore they must be emotionally robust. Unexpected or long-term negative emotions can have an impact on a nurse's mood, health, relationships, and quality of life. People are aware that negative emotions can lead to undesirable behaviours such as lack of attention, emotional breakdown, bad job-related interpersonal interactions, confrontation with doctors, co-workers, department customers, and supervisors, as well as overeating, excessive drinking, and sleep disorders. Situations or episodes of this nature can result in both physical and mental problems, such as Fatigue, irritation, lack of attention, sadness, depression, depersonalization, and emotional depletion are examples of physical and mental disarrays.........
Keywords: Emotional wellbeing, Stress, negative emotion, copping strategies.
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. Zhou H, Gong Y. (2013) Relationship between occupational stress and coping strategy among operating theatre nurses in China: a questionnaire survey. Journal of Nursing Management, 96-106.
. Lu D, Sun (2015) Occupational Stress and Coping Strategies Among Emergency Department Nurses of China. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing.
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Abstract: A Quasi- Experimental study to evaluate the effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme in terms of Knowledge of School Children regarding First Aid Management on Health Emergencies with a view to disseminate Self Instructional Module in selected Schools of Delhi. Objectives of the study were: To assess the pre-test knowledge of school children regarding first aid- management on health emergencies, to administer the structured teaching programme for the school children on first aid-management of health emergencies, to assess the post- test knowledge of school children regarding first aid management of health emergencies, to evaluate the effectiveness of the structured teaching programme for the school children on first aid management of health emergencies, to determine the association between knowledge and selected demographic variables among school children in selected schools, to disseminate Self.......
Key Word: Effectiveness, Structured Teaching Programme, Knowledge, First Aid Management
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|Title||:||A Study to assess the effectiveness of music therapy on the level of pain among post-operative patients at selected hospitals of Himachal pradesh|
Abstract: Music intervention has been defined as a controlled method for listening to music, making use of its physiological, psychological, and emotional impact on the individual during treatment for an illness or trauma. Music intervention is now used in a wide variety of medical setting. Post-operative pain is not just annoying or unpleasant. If it's not treated correctly, it can sometimes become chronic pain that lasts longer than three months and become more challenging to manage. The aim of the present study was reduce the pain among post-operative patients with the help of music therapy.......
Key Word: music therapy, pain, post-operative patients
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Objective: Identify in the scientific literature the importance of nurses and nursing care in the face of breast cancer prevention with primary care.
Method: This is an integrative literature review of a descriptive and qualitative nature with analysis through the content theme. Scientific articles that addressed concepts about the importance of nurses in primary care and their role in combating breast cancer were selected. The search for articles took place between July and August 2021........
Key Word: Nurses; Disease Prevention; Breast Neoplasms; Cancer; Primary Health Care
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. Fundação Centro de Controle de Oncologia do Estado do Amazonas (FCECON). Câncer. Manaus (AM): FCECON; 2021.
. Mattos M, Silva KL, Kolln WM. Fatores que influenciam ações educativas sobre câncer de mama na Estratégia de Saúde da Família. Revista de Saúde Pública do Paraná. 2016;17(1):40-48.
. Instituto Nacional do Câncer (INCA). Sinais e sintomas e detecção precoce. Rio de Janeiro (RJ): INCA; 2021.
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|Title||:||Health Behavior, Information Sources and Anxiety among Mother in Facing the Covid-19 Pandemic|
|Authors||:||Gurdani Yogisutanti || Neti Sitorus|
Abstract: Background: The Covid-19 pandemic has a psychological effect on society, especially on mothers, becoming a severe stressor that can cause anxiety in mothers. Unclear sources of information can also be a trigger for mothers to experience anxiety. This study aims to determine the relationship between knowledge, attitudes, behavior, sources of information and anxiety in mothers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Materials and Methods: The research sample was all mothers who had filled out a questionnaire distributed online using a google form. As many as 271 mothers became respondents in this study. Descriptive analysis used in order to determine the characteristics of the mother and each variable, while bivariate analysis used the Spearman Rank Correlation test to determine the relationship between the research variables.........
Key Word: Anxiety, Mother, Pandemic, Covid-19, Information
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Abstract: Anaemia is believed to be the world's second-leading root cause of disability (Adikari, Sivakanesan, Wijesinghe, & Liyanage, 2016). Globally, WHO estimated the number of persons with anaemia to be about 2 billion and approximately 50% of all cases can be linked to dietary intake that causes iron deficiency (World Health Organisation, 2011). This study sought to determine the association between dietary Iron consumption and Hemoglobin levels among pregnant women in migratory community, Narok County. It was a Cross-sectional study, which was conducted in Ewaso Ng'iro Health centre, at Maji-Moto Naroosura ward in Narok County, Kenya. The study participants were women who tested positive for pregnancy, documented in maternal child health card, and were enrolled at antenatal clinic. It included 192 pregnant women aged.......
Key Word: Association, Dietary Iron consumption, Hemoglobin levels, pregnant women, migratory community
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