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Linfoblastic acute leukemia

G Masera, G Tognoni, M Jankovic, L Adamoli, A Corbetta, D Fraschini, D Labrozzi, P Di Giulio, R Lia, S Pertici, D Riboldi
The satisfaction for the care receveid following the diagnosis of acute linfoblastic leukemia in the Pediatric Division of the San Gerardo Hospital of Monza was explored with a questionnaire to the families of patients diagnosed from January 1984. 217 questionnaires were returned (59.2%); 67% were completed by both parents. Parents expressed overall a very high satisfaction for several areas of care: 93.8% for the information about diagnosis; 83% approved the use of the word "leukemia". Judgements on technical competence and communication skills of the health care professionals were analyzed separately for hospitalized and day-hospital patients, and for survivors and dead: results were highly positive for both groups...
January 1996: Rivista Dell'infermiere
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