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01
FEB
2011

Ischemic stroke and prevention

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ABSTRACT Vascular cerebral episodes or strokes not only they are the third cause of death (10% worldwide, following cardiovascular diseases (13%) and cancer (12%), but they also affect younger people, according to statistics, with a huge social and financial impact. (Dokoutsidou...
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01
FEB
2011

The patient’s right to information and consent in the execution of medical procedures: The legal and sociological dimension

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ABSTRACT The increasing penetration of medical science in the everyday life of modern man presents a particular need to maintain an ethical framework (program), which places high priority on the protection of patients and efforts to codify their rights and obligations. The laws...
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01
FEB
2011

The effect of individualized muscle strengthening and dietary assessment in quality of life in women with osteoporotic hip fractures

Abstract The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of a personal training program and dietary assessment on quality of life in women with osteoporotic hip fractures. Fifty women with osteoporotic hip fractures, aged 57-89 years, were randomized in an experimental...
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01
FEB
2011

The attitude of nurses and student nurses towards transplantations

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Abstract Introduction: Despite its usefulness has been internationally recorded, transplantation disturbs physical, psychological and social activities of individuals and their families, requiring additional adaptive interventions. Consequently, a supporting and advisory role of...
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01
FEB
2011

Acute Cholecystitis: From ER to Surgery

ABSTRACT Background: Biliary lithiasis is one of the most common diseases worldwide. Cholecystectomy is its main treatment. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is considered as a first choice treatment in most cases. Material and methods: One hundred and twelve patients were recruited...
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