Volume 29, Issue 3 (Summer 2021)  

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✅ According to the results, prolonged stay in an intensive care unit, the elderly, and polypharmacy are the main important factors associated with the occurrence of drug-drug interactions. These results indicate the importance of paying more attention to the monitoring and control of prescribed drugs in these patients.



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✅ The results of the study showed that the use of vaginal capsules of evening primrose oil with misoprostol compared to misoprostol alone while helping to ripening the cervix is associated with a lower rate of cesarean section.



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✅ The results of the present study showed that having health literacy and social support would influence the individual and the occurrence of self-care behaviors, and since these cases are highly effective in preventing and controlling hypertension, it is necessary to train and promote them in the health system.



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✅ The overall goal of painting therapists is to enable clients to grow and transform in a healthy and safe environment by using painting tools. Therefore, in this program, sick children are given the opportunity to express their thoughts and feelings and communicate with others. According to the research findings, this approach can be used to work with children with cancer in counseling centers, hospitals and schools.



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✅ After using the mentorship program, an increase in clinical skills, a decrease in anxiety and an increase in students' self-esteem were observed. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a clinical education program that provides a path for scientific growth to acquire clinical competencies.



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✅ Identifying the strategies used to play the mothering role can help health care professionals to support, provide advice, and train the mothers with breast cancer and their families. It also helps mothers to play their mothering role during the disease.



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✅ Therefore, it can be concluded that despite the differences between these two approaches (cognitive-behavioral approaches and EIS model), both are useful in terms of sexual function and its subscales. However, due to the greater effectiveness of the EIS model, it can be used during pregnancy besides the other cares.



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✅ Condensed Nurses' Occupational Stress Scale has acceptable psychometric properties in Iranian society and can be used as a useful tool in research related to nurses' occupational stress.



Abstract (262 Views)   |   Highlights

✅ According to the results, prolonged stay in an intensive care unit, the elderly, and polypharmacy are the main important factors associated with the occurrence of drug-drug interactions. These results indicate the importance of paying more attention to the monitoring and control of prescribed drugs in these patients.




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