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Refugees may be in living or working conditions that put them at higher risk of getting COVID-19. Learn what can be done for refugee health during the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Αγγλοελληνικό γλωσσάριο θρόμβωσης (English-Greek thrombosis glossary)
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The Fontan operation has resulted in improved survival in patients with single-ventricle congenital heart disease. As a result, there is a growing population of teenagers and adults with
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The traditional “medical model” of health care has a paternalistic approach where patients are reassured and not decision makers, but some individuals and families prefer it. But there are some other confusing terminologies in health-car
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Both patient-centered and person-focused care are important, but they are different. In contrast to patient-centered care (at least as described in the current literature with assessments that are visit-based), person-focused care is based on accumulate
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Medical journals should not force authors to remove 'renal' and 'nephro' as a requirement for publication, say the authors of a commentary on the KDIGO nomenclature report.

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Engraftment following HSCT is an essential goal for sustained long-term and effective hematopoiesis. It’s the most important criteria for a better overall survival. However, stem cell engraftment may be accompanied with a clinical condition known as engraftment syndrome (ES) that could have a devastating outcome. Nurses caring for HSCT recipients must be aware of ES symptoms in order to intervene quickly and appropriately. On the other hand, graft failure (GF) is a major complication and is associated with a dismal prognosis. It is classically divided into primary or secondary graft failure. The risk factors associated with GF may be related to characteristics of the graft, the patient, the donor, or the transplant procedure. The conditions that are associated with an increased occurrence of GF and the available treatment options will be thoroughly discussed in the chapter along with the nursing considerations.
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