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Knowledge, attitudes and practices of cervical cancer prevention

neskorších predpisov a o zmene a doplnení niektorých zákonov. 7. Rob L. Screening karcinomu děložního hrdla. Onkologická péče. 2007;11(1):12-14. 8. Zubor P, Danko J, Kajo K, et al. Low affordability may limit the effect of cervical cancer vaccination in central and eastern European countries. J Clin Oncol. 2007;25(34):5534−5537. 9. Ondrušová M, Zubor P, Ondruš D. Time trends in cervical cancer epidemiology in the Slovak Republic: reflection on the non-implementation of screening with international comparisons. Neoplasma. 2012;59(2):121-128. 10. Park

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Obstacles in employing evidence-based practice by nurses in their clinical settings: a descriptive study

facilitators to implement EBP in the Maldives Adv Nurs 2014 Article ID 698604, 7 pages 31 Heydari A, Zeydi AE. Barriers to and facilitators of research utilization among Iranian nurses: a literature review. J Caring Sci. 2014;3:265-275. 25717456 Heydari A Zeydi AE Barriers to and facilitators of research utilization among Iranian nurses: a literature review J Caring Sci 2014 3 265 275 32 Barnes LM. Evidence based practice in school nursing: a study of school nurses in central and Eastern North Carolina. Gardner-Webb University BMC Health Serv Res. 2012

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Acute diarrhea, a significant burden to Thailand’s universal health care system: a nationwide database

Global assessment of exposure to faecal contamination through drinking water based on a systematic review Trop Med Int Health 2014 19 917 27 12 Ogilvie I, Khoury H, El Khoury AC, Goetghebeur MM. Burden of rotavirus gastroenteritis in the pediatrie population in Central and Eastern Europe: serotype distribution and burden of illness. Hum Vaccin. 2011 ; 7:523-33. 10.4161/hv.7.5.14819 Ogilvie I Khoury H El Khoury AC Goetghebeur MM Burden of rotavirus gastroenteritis in the pediatrie population in Central and Eastern Europe: serotype distribution and burden of

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Seroprevalence of hepatitis B and C virus in patients who undergo hemodialysis in Antalya province, Turkey

, insufficient antibody response against infections leads to diagnostic problems in these patients. Early diagnosis is important to identify nosocomial transmission and damage to the liver can be prevented by early treatment of acute infection. Since 1982, we have an effective vaccine for HBV, yet over 350 million people worldwide are estimated to be chronic HBV carriers. The majority of these carriers live in undeveloped or developing countries [ 13 ]. Chronic HBV infection is seen as highly endemic (>8%) in Southeast Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Central Asia, and some Eastern

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Prevalence and risk factors for cryptosporidiosis: a global, emerging, neglected zoonosis

oocysts were identified in 7.4% and more frequently in children with consistent diarrhea (16.5%), than in those with acute (8.4%) or no (4.0%) diarrhea ( P < 0.001) [ 89 ]. Europe According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), there was an unprecedented increase in cryptosporidiosis in the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, and Germany in late summer/autumn of 2012. In the same year, 2173 cases of cryptosporidiosis were reported in England and Wales, which was 1.5 fold higher than in the previous year and is the greatest since 2003

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