Data analysis in qualitative research
Users' guides to the nursing literature: an introduction
Skin to skin contact with their mothers reduced pain reactions in healthy newborn infants during a heel lance
Review: glucocorticoids improve symptoms of croup within 6 hours
A no charge prescription for oral rehydration solution during an initial office visit for acute diarrhoea in children decreased unscheduled follow up visits
Lactobacillus GG reduced diarrhoea incidence in antibiotic treated children
A school nutrition education programme improved fruit, juice, and vegetable intake, related psychosocial behaviour, and knowledge
Review: antibiotics for sore throat reduce symptoms at day 3 and the incidence of rheumatic fever and otitis media
Patients who saw an information video 1 week before colonoscopy had reduced anxiety and better knowledge immediately before the procedure
Review: psychoeducational programmes reduce long term mortality and recurrence of myocardial infarction in cardiac patients
Patients in the coronary care unit who received remote, intercessory prayer had fewer overall adverse events, but did not have shorter hospital stays
Protocol directed sedation by nurses reduced the duration of mechanical ventilation in critically ill patients
Comprehensive, in-hospital geriatric assessment plus an interdisciplinary home intervention after discharge reduced length of subsequent readmissions and improved functioning
A semirecumbent body position led to a lower rate of nosocomial pneumonia than a supine position in mechanically ventilated adults
Individualised limits for SpO2 were no better than fixed limits for detecting hypoxia or hyperoxia in sick infants
Review: both Gram stain and urine dipstick analysis were accurate in diagnosing urinary tract infection in children
History of childhood maltreatment increased risk of depression in adolescents and young adults
Naturalistic weight reduction efforts predicted weight gain and onset of obesity in adolescent girls
Review: a mean alcohol intake of 30 g/day is associated with benefits for some biological markers of coronary artery disease
If caring for a spouse with disabilities involved self reported strain, caregiver mortality was increased
Adolescent girls and boys differed in how they incorporated diabetes into their identities and how they managed the illness
Adolescents had poor knowledge about Papanicolaou (cervical) smear screening and identified many barriers to being screened
Adults living with Type 1 diabetes experienced transformation as an evolving process of responding to illness related challenges and as an outcome of a differentiation of self and body
Adults with chronic lung disease had fatigue with laboured breathing that interfered with daily living, but coped well
Patients with coronary artery disease adopted an accepting, progressive life course or a non-accepting, regressive life course
Elderly women used interdisciplinary approaches to face obstacles and make a successful transition through recovery after hip fracture