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Issue 2 April-June 2020

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Review Paper

ANXIETY IN DIABETIC FOOT ULCER PATIENTS

Roussos Spyridon, Mpompota Konstantina

Saturday, January 4, 2020

Pages: 61-68

Introduction : Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) is the most common complication of diabetes mellitus (DM) with life time risk up to 25% of cases. DFUs are associated with increased mortality, high risk of amputation, recurrence of ulceration, poor quality of life and elevated levels of anxiety.  The aim of this study was to review factors associated with anxiety among patients with DFUs. Material and

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Review Paper

EMERGING AND RE-EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN GREECE

Mangita Ansriana, Makri Alexandra

Saturday, January 4, 2020

Pages: 70-75

Introduction: Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases are an important burden for global economies and public health. Their occurrence is believed to be largely driven by socio-economic, environmental and ecological factors. Purpose: To explore evolution of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases infectious diseases, which are still critical for public health.Material and Method: A thorough

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Review Paper

CHILD BURNS AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT

Efthimiou Fani, Fasoi Georgia

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Pages: 76-83

Introduction: Burns constitute the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in infants, children and adolescents, as they rank in third position among deaths. Purpose: To explore nutritional support in children with severe burns. Methodology: A bibliographic research was conducted from the international PubMed online database for the period 2014-2019 in English. Results: Pediatric patients with severe

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Original Paper

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RISK POSTOPERATIVE BLEEDING (PB) IN PATIENTS AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY

Bonikou Maria, Kotanidou Anastasia, Vasilopoulos Georgios, Toulia Georgia, Michopanou Nektaria

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Pages: 84-101

Introduction: Postoperative Bleeding (PB) is the most common complication after cardiac surgery but is accompanied by negative outcomes. Aim: was to investigate the factors associated with an increased risk of PB in patients after cardiac surgery. Material and Methods: The sample of the study was patients who were admitted to the Cardiothoracic Surgery Unit of a general hospital after cardiac surgery.

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Original Paper

STATE AND TRAIT ANXIETY IN PARENTS OF HOSPITALIZED CHILDREN

Chatz;oglou Anastasia, Dalageorgou Christina, Fousteri Natassa, Koutelekos John, Dedes Vasileios, Evagelou Eleni, Dousis Evangelos

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Pages: 102-117

Introduction: Admission of a child to a hospital triggers a number of problems in the daily life of parents, such as uncertainty about the child's health, anxiety about hospital stay or other practical and economic problems that cause emotional burden, such as anxiety. Purpose: To explore levels of state and trait anxiety that experience parents of hospitalized children and the associated factors.

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Original Paper

THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SOCIAL CAPITAL AND CERVICAL CANCER PREVENTION IN A SAMPLE OF FEMALE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Α RESEARCH PROTOCOL

Moudatsou Maria, Vouyiouka Panayiota , Karagianni – Hatziskou Eleni, Koukouli Sofia, Stavropoulou Areti

Saturday, January 4, 2020

Pages: 117-125

The proposed study design constitutes an attempt to associate social capital and its dimensions with cervical cancer prevention in a sample of female nursing and social work university students. Aim: To investigate the knowledge and adequate use of the cervical cancer prevention test (Pap test) in young female university students in relation to their social capital and its parameters. Material and

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