nurse researchers

Sep
25

AN ASSESSMENT TOOL EVALUATING EARLY FEEDING SKILLS IN PRETERM INFANTS

Learning to feed is a challenge premature infants and other infants at risk of feeding problems, face during the newborn (neonatal) period. The establishment of oral feeding is often a key factor in determining when premature infants can go home from the hospital that?s way there should be an effective tool to supervise and monitor […]

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Sep
18

BRIEF COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY IMPROVES MENTAL HEALTH OF WOMEN CARING FOR CHILDREN WITH SEVERE CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS

Researchers at the University of Louisville found that brief Psychotherapy improves sleep quality in women caring for children with severe health issues. Lynne Hall, DrPH, RN, associate dean of research and professor at the U of L School of Nursing said that after five therapy sessions, study participants reported significantly decreased depressive symptoms, negative thinking […]

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Sep
10

MANDATED STAFFING RATIOS DOESN?T AFFECT PATIENT OUTCOMES STUDY FINDS

Mandated staffing ratio is a hot issue that has been a legal battle in Massachusetts, particularly. In 2014, Massachusetts passed a law requiring 1-to-1 or 2-to-1 patient-to-nurse staffing ratios in intensive care units guided by a tool accounting patient acuity and anticipated care intensity. Proponents of the initiative say it would improve patient safety while […]

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Aug
23

USAGE OF E-CIGARETTES COULD DOUBLE CHANCES OF GETTING HEART ATTACKS

As stated in a new analysis survey of nearly 70,000 people, led by researchers at UC San Francisco, the use of e-cigarettes every day can nearly double the odds of a heart attack. Researchers also found that dual use of e-cigarettes and conventional cigarettes appears to be more dangerous than using either product alone raising […]

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    When the COVID-19 virus enters the body of a human being, it generally divides itself into two different parts. This happens due to two protein structures called the TMPRSS2 and the ACE2 found in the human cells. The emergence of this new virus, lead us through a lot of debate on viral infections getting into […]
  • Remdesivir Shows Promise in Largest of Several Clinical Trials November 11, 2020
    Remdesivir is a drug produced by Gilead Sciences for helping in treating Ebola patients. This antiviral drug has even experimented in the US clinical trials on around 1,063 coronavirus patients. When a patient suffering from the dreaded COVID-19 disease is hospitalized, he/she takes an average of 15 odd days to completely recover. When the same […]
  • Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Spurs Immune Response: Early Data November 10, 2020
    As of 18th May 2020, drug maker Moderna, who were developing the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine announced that a candidate coronavirus vaccine test is successful and it can safely generate a considerable amount of immunity against the COVID-19 virus. This data was completely based on phase 1 of their clinical trials of the vaccine. According to reports, […]
  • It’s So Hard to Know Who’s Dying of COVID-19— And When November 5, 2020
    Each and every day for the past few months, the world is facing the highest death rate altogether. In accordance with the most recent tallies as of now, almost 470,822 have died and 9,051,949 are known to be infected by the dreaded COVID-19 virus worldwide. The recorded death toll in the United States on a […]
  • SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein Shares Sequence with a Human Protein November 4, 2020
    Medical science has already determined that there is a cleavage site in the COVID-19 spike protein for furin, which is also a human protease, and that spike unit is even subdivided into two different parts at that spot. This cleavage site helps in opening the virus such that it can easily enter a human cell. […]
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