Aleksandra Misiołek

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BACKGROUND Burnout syndrome is a psychological response to chronic work-related stress characterized by low enthusiasm towards the job, high psychological exhaustion, indolence and guilt. Being a medical doctor, both in Poland and in other countries, is one of the most stressful occupations and anaesthesiology is considered one of the most stressful(More)
OBJECTIVES There are patients with neuropathic pain in whom the treatment is ineffective, despite the fact that is conducted with adherence to the current guidelines. In these patients alternative treatment methods such as hypnosis could be effective. METHODS The paper presents a case of a 58-year-old man with central neuropathic pain after cervical(More)
The purpose of the study was to assess the burnout levels in nurses ( N = 161) versus physicians ( N = 373). The levels of burnout were evaluated by the Polish adaptation of the Spanish Burnout Inventory (Cronbach's alpha > .70). High burnout level was found in 18.63 percent nurses and 12.06 percent anesthesiologists, and critical level in 3.74 percent(More)
OBJECTIVES This analysis addresses the relationships between various temperament dimensions, levels of selected cytokines and PTSD in males, incurred as a result of mechanical injuries of lower extremities. METHODS PTSD was assessed with a PTSD Factorial Version Inventory. Temperamental traits were evaluated by means of Formal Characteristics of Behaviour(More)
BACKGROUND In the process of intensive care, neonates are exposed to stress and pain related to the repeated therapeutic- diagnostic procedures. The aim of this study was the objective assessment of stress intensity pain while performing selected procedures in neonates in the intensive care unit. METHODS 32 neonates, with a mean body mass of 2,495 g,(More)
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