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Acute abdominal surgical presentations in children

A study conducted in Taiwan over 3 years, identified that 10% of 3980 paediatric patients who presented to the emergency department (ED) with abdominal pain had a true ‘acute abdomen’ (Tseng et al,...

Challenges faced by nurses in complying with aseptic non-touch technique principles during wound care: a review

The purpose of this review is to identify the challenges that nurses face in applying the principles of ANTT during wound-care practice..

Congruence between nurses' and patients' assessment of postoperative pain: a literature review

A structured search was made of the following databases: Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL), Medline Complete, PubMed Complementary Index, PsychINFO and British Nursing...

Strategies used to cope with stress by emergency and critical care nurses

Table 2 provides the validity and reliability estimates for the component scales of Folkman and Lazarus's Ways of Coping questionnaire. In terms of validity, the instrument was modified...

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