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Christiana Leal Salgado, Zeni Carvalho Lamy, Rachel Vilela de Abreu Haickel Nina, Lívia Arruda de Melo, Fernando Lamy Filho, Vinicus José da Silva Nina
INTRODUCTION: Congenital heart defects can often be corrected through surgery, providing for parents to expect a normal life, but the hospitalization experience often early, causes more pain, for which surgery is the worst moment. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to analyze the experience of families of children undergoing cardiac surgery and to identify the coping resources used by the families. METHODS: A qualitative approach was the metodology of choice for this study, which took place with six semi-structured interviews and 100 hours of observation...
January 2011: Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Cardiovascular
Lisa Lazzeretti, Chiara Pracucci, Laura Benni, Lucia Godini, Gabriela Alina Talamba, Carlo Faravelli
AIM: In children, adolescents and subjects with intellectual disability (ID), psychotropic drugs are being used in large and increasing quantities. The aim of this article is to review efficacy and safety evidences of psychotropic drugs use in the above-mentioned patients. METHODS: A literature search on this argument was conducted on Medline electronic archives encompassing english-language and other languages publications. RESULTS: In children, adolescents and subjects with ID, the use of antidepressants, antipsychotics and mood stabilizers, besides being effective for indications in psychiatric disorders of adults without ID, is proved to have good clinical efficacy in disorders which are characteristic of such patients categories, such as pervasive developmental disorders, disruptive behavior disorders and problem behaviours...
January 2011: Rivista di Psichiatria
Dorde Petrović, Sofija Horvat-Banić
INTRODUCTION: Normal occlusion or eugnathia, is a morphologically and functionally balanced bite. Differences in the form and function of orofacial structures cause morphological and functional deviations of the orofacial system. Irregular occlusal postitions may consequently change the electromyographic activity of the muscles of orofacial region. The aim of the research was an analysis and a comparative analysis of the bioelectrical activity of masticatory muscles in normal occlusion and distocclusion, in rest position, in the position of the central occlusion of the mandible and at the maximum voluntary muscle contraction...
March 2007: Medicinski Pregled
Vilma Ribeiro da Silva, Maria da Graça da Silva, Lidiane Batista Oliveira dos Santos
This paper presents results of a research proceeded with the first group of nurses from the Pedagogical Training Course in Health Professional Education: Nursing, in Campo Grande-MS. It was intended to verify obtained knowledge expressed by the participants before and after course. Data were collected using structured forms with open questions, that were approached under metodological qualitative reference. It was observed that this course development as a movement, is considered an evolution and transforming moment in all levels of Nursing teaching...
May 2005: Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem
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