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Can Dogs Reduce Pain in Children During Venipuncture?

Is animal magnetism enough distraction for reducing children's pain and distress with blood collection procedures? Pain Management Nursing

Less futile end-of-life care observed where palliative care knowledge is greater

When a nursing home patient is dying, aggressive interventions such as inserting a feeding tube or sending the patient to the emergency room can futilely exacerbate, rather than relieve, their distres...

ENA Appoints New Institute of Emergency Nursing Education Director

The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) announced Linda L. Morris, PhD, APN, CCNS, FCCM, is its new director of ENA's Institute of Emergency Nursing Education. In this role, Morris is responsible f...

Homecare nursing agency bought out by management team  

Investors have backed a management buyout of one of the country’s largest suppliers of agency nursing staff for domiciliary care.

Fetal Faces Seem to React to Mom's Smoking

WEDNESDAY, March 25, 2015 -- In a new study, 4-D scans of fetal faces showed differences in expression between those carried by women who smoked versus those carried by women who didn't. The British r...

Steroids Before ICU Admission Spare Respiratory Distress

In the first 96 hours of intensive care, the incidence of respiratory distress was lower in patients treated with corticosteroids than in those who were not. Medscape Medical News

Transitioning to a Nursing Leadership Role

This article appeared Dec. 17 in the online edition of ADVANCE. 1. Fleig-Palmer, M and Schoorman, D. (2011), Trust as a moderator of the relationship between mentoring and knowledge transfer. Journal...

The profound wisdom of the nursing diagnosis

When I was in nursing school there was always a lot of eye-rolling when it came time to discuss nursing diagnoses.  This was mostly because nursing diagnoses were followed by book-length nursing care...

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Correlation between oxidative stress and G6PD activity in neonatal jaundice.

Fetal distress represents a pathophysiological condition in which oxygen is not available to the fetus in sufficient quantities. In cases of glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency, under ...

Changes in caseness of anxiety and depression in breast cancer patients during the first year following surgery: Patterns of transiency and severity of the distress response.

Psychological distress is prevalent in patients with breast cancer and is viewed as a non-pathological occurrence. Severe distress and mental disorder display a substantial overlap in both conceptual ...

Symptom-Management Self-efficacy Mediates the Effects of Symptom Distress on the Quality of Life Among Taiwanese Oncology Outpatients With Breast Cancer.

Theory has suggested that self-efficacy plays an important role in facilitating health behaviors and, in turn, promoting healthy outcomes. However, limited research has focused on the mechanisms throu...

Screening for Distress in Patients With Cancer.

Distress screening, using the Distress Thermometer for Patients, is a valid, evidence-based approach to assess and facilitate the identification of interventions for patients and families experiencing...

Review: Pediatric nursing status and its application analysis based on high quality nursing theory.

children's health concerns the revitalization and future of countries and nations. Pediatric nursing management is always the research hotspot of the international nursing field, and also the weak ste...

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