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Coping with a challenging environment: Effects of seasonal variability and reproductive status on glucocorticoid concentrations of female baboons (Papio cynocephalus)
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Assessment of the effects of environmental challenges on the fecal glucocorticoid levels of non-seasonal breeders, female baboons of Amboseli, Kenya found that after accounting for female reproductive status and individual variability, females exhibited higher fGC levels during the dry season than during the wet season. Expand
Screening for Depression in Hospitalized Medical Patients
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It is suggested that depression screening may be feasible in the inpatient setting, and that more research is warranted to determine whether screening for and treating depression during hospitalization can improve patient outcomes. Expand
Safe Opioid Prescribing for Acute Noncancer Pain in Hospitalized Adults: A Systematic Review of Existing Guidelines
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These guidelines generally recommended checking the prescription drug monitoring program when prescribing opioids, developing goals for patient recovery, and educating patients regarding the risks and side effects of opioid therapy. Expand
The effects of a Chinese medicinal suppository (Vitalliver) on insulin‐like growth factor 1 and homocysteine in patients with hepatitis B infection
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Vitalliver may have a self‐regulatory effect on the release of IGF‐1 in HBV patients without liver cirrhosis, as well as their relationship in patients with hepatitis B infection. Expand
Sexual Functioning of Gynecological Cancer Patients: A Literature Review
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Sexual functioning after the diagnosis and treatment of gynecological cancer requires special attention and care, and communication, in general, was found to be insufficient between gynecology cancer patients and healthcare professionals. Expand
CLINICAL CASE OF CONDUCTING PREGNANCY AND CHILDBIRTH AT THE WOMAN WITH CHRONIC VIRAL HEPATITIS B IN THE REPLICATIVE FORM.
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To decrease the risk of perinatal transfer of a HBV infection it is recommended a quantitative PCR-research among pregnant women with HBsAg which will provide decrease in transmission frequency of HB by carrying out in need of antiviral therapy to the woman and the individualized schedule of vaccinal prevention with introduction of specific immunoglobulin to the newborn. Expand
Abortion in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia): Incidence and Trends
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The revealed trends of the absolute number of abortions and the rates of occurrence in the RS(Y) can be considered in total as favorable, but compared to the data obtained in Russia in total, the dynamics of these trends cannot be regarded as satisfactory. Expand