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Selected forms of therapy for individuals with autism spectrum disorder

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Possibilities for Development of Emotional Intelligence in Childhood in the Context of Sustainable Education

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Latvian Family Physicians’ Experience and Attitude in Diagnosing and Managing Depression

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Emotional Stability among the Ex-detainees Palestinian Children from Israeli Prisons

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Patient’S Health Problems After Injury-Related Damage of Cervical Spine

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In the following review there is described the case of 36-year-old patient with trauma-related fracture of cervical spine followed by tetraparesis resulting from compression and ischaemia foci of cervical spinal cord. On the basis of medical record’s analysis as well as on observation made by authors, the model of nursing process adjusted to patient’s needs is described in this article. In the course of hospitalization the typical complications were observed: respiratory tract infections, bedsores, water-electrolyte imbalances, arrhythmias, emotional disturbances resulting not only from injury but also, with high probability, as aftermath of post-traumatic stress. Material and methods. This paper discusses the case of a patient who was hospitalized at the University Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Hospital due to cervical spine and spinal cord injury. Method - a case study. Medical documentation was analyzed, including Intensive Care Unit (ICU) information cards and doctor and nurse reports. The purpose of this work was to assess the impact of cervical spine injury on nursing problems with a patient admitted to ICU under life-threatening conditions. Summary. This paper discusses the case of a 36-year-old patient with a broken cervical spine and a tetraplegia resulting from pressure and foci of ischemia in the cervical spine region. This article presents a nursing model, accounting for the problems specific to this patient, that is based on the analysis of medical documentation and observation. During hospitalization typical complications were observed - infections of the respiratory system, bedsores, electrolyte disruption, disruption of the electrical activity of the heart, emotional disturbance resulting from the injury, but also likely being post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in nature.

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Somatoform Disorders – A Pediatric Experience

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The Association between Internet Addiction and Emotional Intelligence: A Meta-Analysis Study

relationship of emotional intelligence and mental disorders with internet addiction in internet users university students. AddictHealth. 2012;4:133. 19. Sanghvi H, Rai U. Internet Addiction and its relationship with Emotional Intelligence and Perceived Stress experienced by Young Adults. IJIP. 2015; 3:64-76. 20. Parker JD, Taylor RN, Eastabrook JM et al. Problem gambling in adolescence: Relationships with internet misuse, gaming abuse and emotional intelligence. PersIndivid Dif. 2008;45:174-80. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2008.03.018 21. Maddi SR, Erwin

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Anthropometric Parameters and Biochemical Markers of Military Personnel Under the Influence of High Physical and Psychological Loads

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Physical fitness, health, and physical endurance are important attributes of persons in military. The purpose of the present study was to assess the changes of anthropometric parameters and of biochemical markers in blood serum for participants of a one-week combat training course (CTC) during which participants had high physical and psychological loads in combination with dietary limitation and sleep deprivation. High physical and psychological loads cause changes in the level of biochemical markers that are indicative of musculoskeletal system dysfunction. The study group included participants (n = 59) of both genders aged 23 to 30 years. Anthropometric parameters (body mass, height, body mass index) were determined. Blood plasma analyses were done before and directly after CTC. Biomarkers like lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), creatine phosphokinase (CPK), alanine amino transferase (ALT) and aspartate amino transferase (AST) were measured. Data were analysed by using SPSS 20. We determined levels of anthropometric parameters before, during and after a combat training course. The body mass decreased during the one-week training course, until the sixth day of combat training course, when the peak of physical and emotional stress was reached. The level of biomarkers lactate dehydrogenase and creatine phosphokinase sharply increased after the combat training course. A high physical load caused changes in biochemical markers, indicating musculoskeletal dysfunction in healthy young persons. The study underlines the importance of checking the health status of military personnel before and after exercises with high physical and psychological loads in order to prevent major health disorders in the combat environment.

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Living with an inhibitor: Results from the Study of Haemophilia Experiences, Results and Opportunities in Children and young adults with long-standing inhibitors (the SO-HEROIC study)

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Augmentation Strategies for Patients with Major Depressive Disorder with an Inadequate Response to Antidepressant Monotherapy

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