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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về sinh học được đăng trên tạp chí hóa học quốc tế đề tài : Change in patient concerns following total knee arthroplasty described with the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: a repeated measures design

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Radiation Oncology cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài:" Validity and reliability testing of two instruments to measure breast cancer patients' concerns and information needs relating to radiation therapy...

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  • Non-adherence is often a hidden problem. Many patients are reluctant to express doubts and concerns about medicines because they fear that it will displease the healthcare professional. We need better methods for overcoming this problem and promoting honest and open discussions about medicines and adherence. There are an increasing number of non-medical prescribers (such as pharmacists and nurses) This is a key context issue and there are a range of questions relating to patient perspectives on new prescribers and to new and existing prescribers’ perceptions and skills.

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  • Therapeutic patient education* has brought about a significant de- crease in the number of hospital admissions of patients with bronchial asthma or diabetic coma. In addition to a decrease of lower limb am- putations it has resulted in a better quality of life by delaying amputa- tions in 75% of cases 6 . There is a need to emphasize the role of patients’ families and significant others in long-term care.

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  • The health care worker should keep in mind that judgments about the patient’s lifestyle, beliefs, and behaviors might be conveyed through nonverbal body language. This form of communication can also negatively affect the health care worker’s relationship with the patient. The health care worker should be objective and nonjudgmental. TB treatment is a long process. In order to motivate the patient to continue treatment, health care workers can provide praise and encouragement at every visit. They can say, for example, “I’m glad to see you.

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  • A patient may not be able to remember the important components of the treatment plan if too much information is given at one time or if he or she is not prepared to receive detailed information. The patient could possibly be overwhelmed and may be experiencing fear over the diagnosis of TB disease. It is possible that the patient could still be very sick and may be unable or unwilling to participate fully in an education session. The health care worker should be aware of the patient’s ability to pay attention and absorb health education messages and...

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  • Sputum examination is a key diagnostic procedure for patients suspected of having pulmonary TB, including those for whom bronchoscopy is planned.1,2 In addition, early identification of persons with TB remains the most effective way of preventing TB transmission. However, some patients are unable to produce sputum for examination. In such cases, sputum induction by aerosol inhalation and/or gastric aspiration has been preferred.

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  • The most established nationwide medical registry in Germany is the Perinatal Registry, which collects maternal health records concerning pregnancy, delivery and perinatal outcome from now more than 1100 hospitals. Over the past 16 years, data collection was transformed from printed questionnaires to digital records. A special web-based information source of the German Perinatal Registry does not exist.

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  • When good science makes an advance it pauses and turns to reacquaint itself with the modes of thought that immediately preceded it. Science orients itself with respect to these modes of thought, examines its connections, debts and disputes with them, decides whether it is operating at a different level of analysis and with respect to different interests, conceptualisations and subject matter. The present volume is a case in point of good science in this sense. It addresses medical pluralism, a founding concept of the field of medical anthropology.

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  • The purpose of this book is to consider the woman and her health needs in her position in her life cycle, her family, and society. Women have historically been ‘‘the other’’ in medical care. Sigmund Freud and Erik Erikson considered women’s development to be deviant from the normal, which was men’s. Although the Greeks Hippocrates and Soranus wrote about women’s medical needs, women’s health concerns have either been considered abnormal, or, traditionally, been condensed to their gynecological functions and disorders, perhaps because these were their only valued functions....

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  • When good science makes an advance it pauses and turns to reacquaint itself with the modes of thought that immediately preceded it. Science orients itself with respect to these modes of thought, examines its connections, debts and disputes with them, decides whether it is operating at a different level of analysis and with respect to different interests, conceptualisations and subject matter. The present volume is a case in point of good science in this sense. It addresses medical pluralism, a founding concept of the field of medical anthropology.

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  • Trends in needing help with such activities as housework or shopping may be due to changes in the physical abilities of the older population, but they may also be related to the availability of help in the house, either familial or paid, the availability of appliances, and the accessibility of transportation (1, 12). However, causes of trends in IADL functioning have not been apportioned to reasons residing in the person and reasons outside the person. The trends in what is termed ADL disability have not been nearly as consistent as those in IADL disability (31).

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  • Unfortunately, the adverse effects of transportation have a greater impact on the natural and human environment than either spatial proximity or telecommunications. The basic technology used in transportation causes emissions of pollutants which have been proved, or are believed, to damage human health and plant life and to upset sensitive ecosystem balances. As a result of transport’s contribution to local pollution–which, worldwide, is responsible for about 1.

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  • The first section of this book explores novel measurement and methodologies for a variety of public health concerns. Chapters include assessing risk and uncertainty, measurement of mental health in children, the use of the Ames assay and measuring gene by environment interactions. The second section examines issues in the food system and environmental risks. A safe, reliable food system is essential for public health in every country. Issues in this section include the presence of chemical residues in animal food products, bacteria in food and iron deficiency anemia.

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  • Infertility is a disease of the reproductive system that impairs one of the body's most basic functions: the conception of children. In the United States, infertility affects about 7.3 million women and their partners, or about 12% of the reproductive-aged population. For many of these couples, the answer lies in conventional medical therapy, such as drug treatment or surgery to repair reproductive organs. Since 1978, ART has provided another solution for many would-be parents.

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  • The problem of reconciling environmental protection with economic and social viability was a key concern of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, held in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, in 1992. The Conference, known as the Earth Summit, led to the establishment of the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development. The Commission is responsible for monitoring the implementation of the Conference programme of action, Agenda 21, at the local, national, regional and international levels.

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  • Targets also move dramatically over time. SME development policies in Western Europe, for example, focused on employment creation in the late 1980s and early 1990s. By the end of the century the emphasis had changed to international competitiveness and innovation. As a result, policy targets moved towards technology issues and creation of an enterprise culture. In transition economies a major focus has been upon creating an enabling environment for the market economy.

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  • The magic of the Hollywood style at its best (and of all the cinema which fell within its sphere of influence) arose, not exclusively, but in one important aspect, from its skilled and satisfying manipulation of visual pleasure. Unchallenged, mainstream film coded the erotic into the language of the dominant patriarchal order.

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  • The interest in films taken by feminists stems from concern about the under-representation and misrepresentation of women in cinema. It adopts a critical approach towards gender bias on celluloid.

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  • Meaning, nature and scope of environmental economics; Environmental concerns- concept of environmental degradation, estimation of economic losses due to environmental degradation and adjustment measures, comparative advantage/disadvantage of alternative technologies on environment and sustainability, environmental policy analysis. Agricultural development and its effect on ecology and environment; Elements of environmental degradation in agriculture-Sub-optimal land use practices like.

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