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Problems of New Caregivers of Persons with Stroke
&NA; Nine adult caregivers new to the role of caring for persons with stroke, upon discharge from rehabilitation centers in Ohio and Michigan and living farther away from formalized support servicesExpand
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Which thermometer? Factors influencing best choice for intermittent clinical temperature assessment
The objectives of this study are (a) to review the current technologies, (b) to examine comparative costing data for six selected representative devices, and (c) to discuss the clinical factorsExpand
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Caregivers dealing with stroke pull together and feel connected.
Changes that can accompany stroke may create considerable stress for individuals caring for the affected person. This study explored the coping process for nine rural-dwelling caregivers of personsExpand
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Internet‐based Support for Rural Caregivers of Persons with Stroke Shows Promise
&NA; The purpose of this pilot study was to test the feasibility of providing Internet‐based education and support intervention to caregivers living in rural settings, including caregivers'Expand
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Anticholinergic medications: use among older adults with memory problems.
The purpose of this study was to determine the frequency with which over-the-counter and prescription medications with potential anticholinergic side effects were used by a sample of 193 older adultsExpand
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Self‐Care Needs of Caregivers Dealing with Stroke
Abstract: Education is essential for successful transition from hospital to home, for both persons with stroke and their caregivers. Guided by Orem's self‐care deficit nursing theory, this articleExpand
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ORIGINAL ARTICLE: Presentation and diagnosis of adolescent breast disease
Breast disease in the adolescent female is fortunately uncommon, with most presenting lesions being benign. The type and frequency of breast problems in young women less than 20 years of age areExpand
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Time to stop bullying and intimidation.
  • B. Hicks
  • Medicine
  • Hospital medicine
  • 1 June 2000
Bullying remains a familiar part of the health professional culture, despite the caring nature of doctors' work. Trainee doctors who feel threatened in the clinical workplace develop less effectivelyExpand
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Population pharmacokinetic model of PI-88, a heparanase inhibitor
PurposeThe aim of this study was to investigate typical population pharmacokinetic (PK) parameters, potential covariates, and interindividual and residual variabilities of PI-88, a heparanaseExpand
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Perceived Experience of Caring for a Wife with Stroke
&NA; This article presents a 55‐year‐old husband's perceived experience of caring for his wife with stroke, as learned from his 1 year of participation in a Web‐based support intervention study. In aExpand
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