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ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY EFFECTS ON COGNITION AND MEMORY AND NURSE’S ROLE
Tuesday, January 5, 2016
Background: Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is brain stimulation with a short controlled series of electrical pulses co-administered with intravenous anesthesia. Aims: The aim of this review is the evaluation of electroconvulsive effect as a first and second choice psychiatric treatment associated with memory impairment effects. Method: A literature review

ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE IN THE TREATMENT OF BRONCHIAL ASTHMA
Friday, May 1, 2015
Bronchial asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of respiratory system. Occupy health professionals despite the rapid advancement in health science, pharmacology and technology generally. The issue in therapy of bronchial asthma is the appropriate care, the prevention from the causal factors and the reduction of the symptoms. In disease’s treatment contained regulating medicines (corticosteroids)

ANIMAL BITE WOUNDS: SUTURING OR NOT? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Friday, January 1, 2021
Introduction: Mammalian bite wounds consist a frequent, as well as an important health problem worldwide, with high health care cost and spending. Complications due to bites often involve injury of soft tissues and wound infection. Treating of bite wounds includes surgical treatment of the wound while the need for suturing or not the wound is a controversial issue. Aim: The purpose of the present

BURN INFECTIONS - MODERN TREATMENT APPROACHES
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Introduction: Burns are one of the most common and at the same time the most devastating types of trauma related with mortality which is associated, in most cases, with infections that they develop in them. According to estimates, more than 300,000 individuals die each year due to burn-related burns while 6 million people are looking for medical assistance due to burns the world, the majority of

CHEMOTHERAPY-INDUCED STOMATITIS: PREVENTION AND CARE
Thursday, April 1, 2021
Introduction: Chemotherapy is an important treatment option for children with leukemia. However, its complications are multiple, including stomatitis, which adversely affects the treatment, care and health status of children. The aim of the study was to summarize the nursing interventions for the prevention and care of chemotherapy-induced stomatitis in children with leukemia. Methodology: Review

COMPULSIVE HOARDING SYNDROME: CLINICAL ASPECTS AND THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING PRACTICE IN COMMUNITY
Monday, January 7, 2019
The aim of the present study was to provide an overview of the compulsive hoarding syndrome, including manifestations of the problem, comorbidity and diagnostic issues, treatment approaches, epidemiology, course, and demographic features of compulsive hoarding. Material and Method: A literature review was conducted on both Greek and English languages, through Pubmed, Scopus, Science Direct and Google

Congenital heart diseases
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Congenital heart diseases are the second leading cause of death in infancy and childhood, as well as the only cause of heart disease in the pediatric population in developing countries. Congenital heart diseases are defined as the conformation abnormalities of the heart or the blood vessels, formed during fetal life (3 to 6 weeks of pregnancy), i.e. when the heart or the major blood vessels of the

FOAM DRESSINGS ON VARIOUS FORMS OF WOUNDS
Tuesday, January 5, 2016
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MOBBING SYNDROME IN THE WORKPLACE OF HEALTH PROFESSION-ALS
Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Introduction: Mobbing at a moral-psychological level in the workplace is a phenomenon that is a serious problem for both health and safety of workers in the healthcare sector.Τhe purpose of the study was to explore the phenomenon of occupational harassment in health care professions and in particular nurses through reviewing the articles and contemporary empirical studies. Methodology: Searching for

NURSING INTERVENTIONS FOR THE PREVEN-TION AND MANAGEMENT OF STOMATITIS IN CHILDREN WITH LEUKEMIA UNDERGOING CHEMOTHERAPY
Friday, October 1, 2021
Introduction: Chemotherapy for the treatment of leukemia often leads to serious complications, including stomatitis. Stomatitis is an inflammation of the oral mucosa that occurs most often in children and causes high levels of pain due to lesions of the oral cavity. Despite the many treatments suggested, none are effective and safe in all cases for use in clinical practice.Aim: The purpose of this

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