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The barriers that minority populations face with respect to the use of pharmacy services may differ from those faced by other populations. A pretested questionnaire was administered to a convenience sample of 96 Vietnamese residents of a mid-size Midwestern city. Perceptions of five common barriers to pharmacy services were investigated. Financial(More)
The desire for families to be physically present to support their loved ones in the intensive care unit, and guidelines in favor of this open visitation approach, require that clinicians consider both patient and family sleep. This article reviews the causes of poor sleep for patients and their family members in the intensive care unit as well as the(More)
Patients discharged from intensive care units are at risk of short- and long-term physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms known as post-intensive care syndrome. Family members of intensive care unit patients are at risk of similar symptoms known as post-intensive care syndrome-family. Both syndromes are common, and strategies to reduce risk factors(More)
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