Gabriela Shell

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  • The Nursing clinics of North America
  • 1980
Proper nursing intervention can assist in the reduction of nosocomial respiratory tract infections. Maintaining the integrity of the patient's respiratory defense mechanisms and/or augmenting those that are impaired helps to control endogenous factors that can contribute to infection. Nursing implications in controlling endogenous factors include(More)
INTRODUCTION Knowing the nutritional status of children is critical to plan primary health care interventions in the setting of the present obesity epidemic and the great increase in the prevalence of childhood metabolic syndrome. For this reason, nutritional status and blood pressure were assessed among children from two schools of high social(More)
One of the major goals of science education today is the attainment of scientific literacy, which includes deeper conceptual understanding of key scientific principles and ideas, the ability to apply scientific knowledge in real-life contexts, as well as the ability to identify problems and conduct scientific inquiry (American Association for the examining(More)
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