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Construction and effectiveness of vomit-free ward

, the United States National Cancer Institute’s adverse event evaluation criteria 11 (NCI-CTCAE, V4.03) are commonly used throughout the world. The nausea severity was classified into four levels: Level 0: no nausea; Level 1: less appetite, but no change in eating; Level 2: nutritional deficiency, decreased oral intake; Level 3: severe nutritional deficiencies and requiring gastrointestinal nutritional support; among them, the appetite and nutrition assessment criteria were judged by Guigoz’s Micronutrition Assessment Form (MNA), 12 which was developed in 1996. The

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Medical care and clinical practice for disabled elderly

improve the self-care ability of the disabled elderly and prevent the occurrence of new diseases. 5.1.1 Pressure sore A pressure sore is tissue damage and necrosis due to long-term pressure on local tissue, blood circulation disorders, sustained ischemia and hypoxia in local tissue, and nutritional deficiencies, resulting in the loss of normal function of the skin. Long-term bedridden elderly or elderly individuals having difficulty in body movement are prone to the most serious skin problems, characterized by high incidence, rapid development of disease

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