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AN INVESTIGATION OF DEPRESSION IN GREEK THALASSAEMIC TEENAGERS
Friday, January 5, 2018
Objective: To explore characteristics of today’s Greek teenagers with thalassaemia, a hereditary disease, associated with the possibility of developing depression. Material and methods: Study sample consisted of 74 thalassaemic teenagers. Data collection was conducted using the "Children Depression Inventory” (CDI) and a questionnaire on teenage thalassaemic patients’ characteristics (socio-demographic;

ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTIONS OF ADULT PATIENTS WITH EPILEPSY
Wednesday, January 1, 2020
Introduction: Epilepsy is a widespread neurological disorder affecting more than 70 million people worldwide. Epilepsy is characterized as a complex of symptoms with multiple risk factors and a strong genetic predisposition.Purpose: To explore attitudes and views of adult patients with epilepsy regarding the disease.Material and Method: A descriptive study of a convenience sample of 100 patients visiting

EPILEPSY IN ADULTS : DESCRIPTIVE CHARACTERISTICS
Thursday, January 10, 2019
Åpilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders with a global prevalence of 0.6% - 1.2%. It is a serious neurological disorder related to social stigma, psychiatric co-morbidity and high financial costs. Purpose: To explore the characteristics of adults diagnosed with epilepsy. Material and Method: The study sample consisted of 100 adults with a diagnosis of epilepsy who followed periodic

PAIN RATING SCALES IN CHILDREN WITH CANCER
Monday, January 7, 2019
Pain in children with cancer is a subjective feeling as well as a frequent symptom that nurses have to deal with.  Pain assessment can be done with special tools (scales). The purpose of the present study was to explore assessment of pain in children with cancer using measuring tools. Methodology: This was a review study. It was conducted a  bibliographic review of international databases (PubMed,

THE MANAGEMENT OF POSTOPERATIVE PAIN IN CHILDREN. NEW EVIDENCE
Friday, January 5, 2018
Introduction: The management of the postoperative pain in children is an important part of nursing practice and a major challenge for hospitalized children, their parents, family and health professionals, especially nurses. Children continue to experience significant post-operative pain despite the efforts made by nurses with severe effects on their post-operative health. Purpose: The review

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