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Hassles and uplifts of giving care to a family member with dementia.
The role of daily caregiving stressors (hassles) and small caregiving satisfactions (uplifts) in the well-being of 60 family caregivers was investigated. Hassles and uplifts in 4 domains ofExpand
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Response to hyperventilation in a group of patients with panic disorder.
Twelve patients with DSM-III diagnoses of panic disorder and four normal volunteers were studied during hyperventilation of room air and increased ventilation stimulated by 5% CO2. Patients alsoExpand
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Caregiving Hassles Scale: assessing the daily hassles of caring for a family member with dementia.
Examined was a scale designed to assess the daily hassles of caring for a family member with Alzheimer's Disease (AD). Primary caregivers to AD patients (N = 60) completed the Caregiving HasslesExpand
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Effects of respiratory apparatus on breathing pattern.
The effects of ventilatory apparatus on breathing pattern and gas exchange were studied in normal supine subjects. Using a canopy system, measurements of O2 consumption, CO2 production, tidal volumeExpand
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Effect of respiratory apparatus on respiration.
A mouthpiece plus noseclip (MP + NC) is frequently used in performing measurements of breathing patterns. Although the effects the apparatus exerts on breathing patterns have been studied, theExpand
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Homebuilders: keeping families together.
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Influence of total parenteral nutrition on fuel utilization in injury and sepsis.
Total parenteral nutrition with hypertonic glucose/AA solutions given to eighteen nutritionally depleted patients resulted in a rise in the respiratory quotient (RQ) from 0.83 to 1.05 (p less thanExpand
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Respiratory changes induced by the large glucose loads of total parenteral nutrition.
Total parenteral nutrition (TPN) using glucose as nonprotein calories was associated with increases in O2 consumption (VO2) and CO2 production (VCO2). The magnitude of the changes was a function ofExpand
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Effect of routine intensive care interactions on metabolic rate.
The alterations in metabolic (oxygen consumption [VO2] and carbon dioxide production [VCO2]) and hemodynamic (heart rate and blood pressure) parameters caused by various common intensive careExpand
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Parenteral nutrition in the septic patient: nitrogen balance, limiting plasma amino acids, and calorie to nitrogen ratios.
A series of eight septic patients was provided varying levels of beef fibrin protein hydrolysate by central vein in the presence of adequate calories for evaluation of nitrogen retention under septicExpand
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