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Construction and effectiveness of vomit-free ward

can be reduced to the most degree, but for most patients, it cannot be completely avoided and (2) before the chemotherapy, all patients were evaluated with NCI-CTCAE scale. If the nausea patients suffering reached grade III and if their vomiting reached grade IV, conservative treatment would be considered. The nausea of patients with level II or III got reduced to level I, which increased the number of patients with level I to some extent, as the vomiting condition in Table 3 . With the advancement of medical technology, the quality of life among cancer patients

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The status quo and prospect of transfer and shift in patients receiving hemodialysis in China

end of 2015, the registered hemodialysis patients in China had reached about 385,055 cases. 6 With the maturity and progress of blood purification technology, hemodialysis has become the significant alternative therapy for ESRD; the frequency of dialysis is about two to five times a week. Chinese researcher Zhang 7 reviewed 99 patients with long-term maintenance hemodialysis. Her study showed that the hospitalization rate of hemodialysis patients was 59.6% within 2 years. 7 Song’s 8 study on readmission factors in maintenance hemodialysis patients showed that

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Toolbox of teaching strategies

significant innovations in health-care education. 7 In nursing education, nursing students have to face the practice–education gap. PBL is identified as an approach to bridge and eliminate that gap by teaching and coaching nursing students to apply the theory to clinical practice. 8 PBL gives students a reduced-risk opportunity to learn clinical skills without directly contacting the patients. Technologies can be used in PBL to introduce cases and propose problems. When in PBL classes for the fourth year nursing students, students organize and deliver their ideas or

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Construction of an ontology-based nursing knowledge system

1 Basic overview of ontology construction for the nursing field In recent years, with the rapid development of computing, network technology, and information sciences, various industries have started implementing vigorous reforms aimed at high-level application of information technology; the nursing industry is no exception in this regard. 1 In the 2014 Nursing Knowledge: Big Data & Science for Transforming Health Care Conference, hosted by the International Council of Nurses, it stated that “the future of nursing work will focus on changing nursing

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Visualization analysis of the study of fund-sponsored clinical nursing papers

1 Introduction The 21st century is an era of “information is value”. The rapid development of computer science technology and information engineering technology has created a highly favorable condition for us to effectively extract important information from massive amounts of nursing literature. With the advancement of social progress and the rapid development of technology, the spectrum of disease has undergone great changes. At present, the major cause of human death is associated with daily behaviors and lifestyle, such as chronic diseases

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Effectiveness of the flipped classroom on the development of self-directed learning in nursing education: a meta-analysis

Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL), Wanfang Data, China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI), and Chinese Science and Technology Periodical Database (VIP). The search was restricted from inception to June 2017 with the papers published in English and Chinese. The search terms were finally identified according to the relevant literature and reviews in Cochrane Library and Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Library, by researching and summarizing the titles, abstracts, and keywords. The MeSH terms and keywords of searching were used separately or in assembly

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Introducing eHealth solutions in Slovenia to gain time for health education: a case of electronic patient appointment scheduling

informatics. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 2016; 6(22): S6-S8. 5. O’Neill B, Ziebland S, Valderas J, Lupiáñez Villanueva F. User-generated online health content: a survey of Internet users in the United Kingdom. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 2014, 4(16): e118. 6. Liddell A, Adshead S, Burgess E. Technology in the NHS. London: King’s Fundl; 2008. 7. Sedig K, Parsons P, Dittmer M, Ola O. Beyond information access: support for complex cognitive activities in public health informatics tools. Online Journal of Public Health

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Opinions of pediatric nurses about Jehovah’s Witnesses refusal of blood transfusion for their child

, Berrios L, Solimine M, Knott-Craig CJ. Bloodless surgery in a pediatric Jehovah’s Witness. Journal of Extra-Corporeal Technology. 2013; 45 (4): 251–253. 10. Ringnes H, Hegstad H. Refusal of Medical Blood Transfusions Among Jehovah’s Witnesses: Emotion Regulation of the Dissonance of Saving and Sacrificing Life. J Relig Health. 2016; 55: 1672–1687.

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Birthing school – patient’s assessment on the influence of classes on parturition

-Adamik L, Filip R. The problem of pain in old age. Annals of agricultural and environmentalmedicine. 2013; 1: 35-38. 11. Grignaffinii WSP. Childbirth preparation courses: obstetrical and neonatal evaluation, Acta Biomed AteneoParmense. 2000; 71 (1):701-707. 12. Sadowska M, Kędzierska A, Wdowiak A, Brześcińska A. Efektywność funkcjonowania szkół rodzenia w opinii kobiet. EuropeanJournal of Medical Technologies; 2013; 1(1): 39-47. 13. Ćwiek D, Grochans E, Sowińska-Gługiewicz I, Wysiecki P. Analysis of some pro

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