J Wobbleton

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1. Patients who demonstrate self-wounding behaviour require behavioral, pharmacological, and psychotherapeutic interventions to meet their highly complex needs. 2. Nurses caring for patients who wound themselves will experience frustration related to the safety needs of the patients and guilt whenever an injury occurs. 3. Staff members managing the patient(More)
Nausea and vomiting are common complaints in chronic alcoholics. Autonomic neuropathy and esophageal motor abnormalities are frequently observed in chronic alcoholics, but gastric emptying has not been studied in these patients. Gastric emptying of a solid meal was measured, using 99mTc-sulfur colloid cooked in a scrambled egg, in 10 male chronic alcoholics(More)
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