Helena Rubinstein

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A study of the prevalence of enteroparasites in a population belonging to a substitute home that gives shelter to orphaned and homeless children was done using conventional methods of analysis. This home is located in Córdoba Province, Argentina, and has the following characteristics: It has nine houses located inside the main plot of ground, that shelter(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the reasons for failed prehospital endotracheal intubation (ETI) and to identify how the airway was subsequently managed in the emergency department (ED). METHODS Data were collected from January to December 1998 for a county-wide paramedic system. Failed prehospital ETIs and perceived reasons for failure were identified. Subsequent(More)
BACKGROUND During the 2009-2010 A(H1N1) pandemic, many people did not seek care quickly enough, failed to take a full course of antivirals despite being authorised to receive them, and were not vaccinated. Understanding facilitators and barriers to the uptake of vaccination and antiviral medicines will help inform campaigns in future pandemic influenza(More)
BACKGROUND Healthcare workers (HCWs) are encouraged to get vaccinated during influenza pandemics to reduce their own, and patients', risk of infection, and to encourage their patients to get immunised. Despite extensive research on HCWs' receipt of vaccination, little is known about how HCWs articulate pandemic influenza vaccination advice to patients. (More)