Nuevos títulos de revista sobre Ciencias de la Salud en @Dialnet

8 agosto, 2019

dialnetplus.png.pagespeed.ce.eprjFLfjG_[2]Recientemente se han incorporado a Dialnet nuevos títulos de revista sobre Ciencias de la salud:

  • Revista Derecho y Salud. Editores: Universidad Blas Pascal: Instituto de Investigación en Ciencias Jurídicas. ISSN: 2591-3476

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Nuevas incorporaciones a la base de datos del Joanna Briggs Institute (Julio 2019)

2 agosto, 2019

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Evidence Summary


PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the prevention or prophylaxis of venous thromboembolism (VTE) in cancer patients?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the effects of family visiting policies on patients, families and staff in hospital intensive care units (ICUs)?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding measures to assess sleep in the intensive care unit?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding nutritional management for people diagnosed with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the efficacy of immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) for the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding fluid restrictions for patients with chronic heart failure?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the efficacy of immune checkpoint inhibitors for the treatment of skin cancer?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding dietary sodium restrictions for patients with chronic heart failure?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the risk of toxicity and adverse effects associated with immune checkpoint inhibitor use in cancer patients?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding staff perspectives of physical restraint in home and residential aged care?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding assessment of alcohol use disorder?

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Implementation Report


PICO Question: To implement an evidence-based practice to assess and manage lung cancerassociated cough, thereby relieving patients’ physical pain and psychological challenges and improving their quality of life.

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Implementation Report


PICO Question: to evaluate the current practice and implement best practice related to enhanced recovery after surgery nutrition care protocols amongst elective colorectal surgery patients at Calvary North Adelaide Hospital and to improve outcomes regarding length of hospital stay and rate of unplanned
readmissions within 28-days.

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Systematic Review


PICO Question: s to synthesize evidence on the experiences and perceptions of spousal/partner caregivers of community-dwelling adults with dementia.

JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports
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Systematic Review


PICO Question: to identify associations between premorbid neuropsychological conditions and pediatric mild traumatic brain injury/concussion recovery time and symptom severity.

JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports
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Implementation Report


Implementation Report
PICO Question: to improve safety by averting post-operative respiratory events in patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) through early detection of compromise during recovery from anesthesia. Specific objectives focused on implementing nurse-initiated capnography monitoring of patients with OSA in two postanesthesia care units and, when indicated, expediently communicating abnormal end-tidal carbon dioxide
excursions.

 

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