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(Dünya Kongre, 2021)
A retrospective analysis of pain localizations in emergency department
(International Journal of Caring Sciences, 2020)
Abstract Background: Pain is a complex and difficult condition that is the most commonly reported symptom in the emergency department worldwide. To provide more effective pain management, it is very important to know ...
Patient safety in the operating room of training and research hospitals in Istanbul
(İstanbul Kent Üniversitesi, 2020)
Goal: This study was done descriptively to determine the practices for providing patient safety in the operating room. Methods: The study environment and the sample group consisted of the general operating room ...
Self‐disclosure, empathy and anxiety in nurses
Abstract Purpose This study aimed to examine the relationship between self-disclosure, empathy, and anxiety in nurses. Design and Methods The study was conducted with 255 nurses working in hospitals in Turkey. Data ...
The effect of cold therapy applied to the ıncision area after abdominal surgery on postoperative pain and analgesic use
Abstract Background: Cold therapy is one of the most common nonpharmacologic pain treatments. Despite the existence of many studies about cold therapy, few have examined the effects of cold therapy after abdominal ...
Effectiveness of Two Different Methods on the Perceived Pain and Satisfaction During Intramuscular Antibiotic Injection: ShotBlocker and Local Vibration
(SAGE Publications, 2021)
Abstract In this study aimed to examine the effectiveness of ShotBlocker and local vibration on the perceived pain and satisfaction during intramuscular antibiotic injection. The sample of the randomized controlled ...