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Mindfulness as a treatment for military women's chronic pelvic pain: A randomized controlled trial (MoCHI)
Purpose: The long-term aim of this study was to test the feasibility of a non-invasive, easy to learn, alternative method found online that can successfully assist Active Duty (AD) women with CPP regulate daily perceptions ...
Differences Between Licensed Healthcare Professionals with Substance Use-Related Licensure Discipline
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) affects thousands of physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare providers across the country. Healthcare providers who suffer from SUD are different from those in the general population ...
The Nursing Workaround: Development of a Pyschometric Instrument
The development of nursing workarounds is a significant concern for healthcare organizations with the potential to have longstanding consequences to patient safety. Although numerous studies have been published about ...
Serum Albumin as Outcome Predictor in Adult ICU Patients with Sepsis
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2018)
Patients admitted to the hospital with sepsis are eight times more likely to die than patients with other diagnoses. Sepsis is associated with an intense and persistent stress response that can become dysfunctional, ...
Voltage-Gated Calcium Channels and Tenocyte Response to Oxidative Stress
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2016-05-01)
Voltage-gated channels are important for excitable cells, such as neurons or muscle cells. Surprisingly, they have been described, at the gene expression and protein levels, in nonexcitable cells such as bone, kidney, ...
Muscle-Tendon Crosstalk: Evidence by Protective Effects Against Oxidative Stress
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 5/1/2016)
Findings of non-endocrine organs being able to perform endocrine functions have sparked the possibilities of other unknown functions of many organs. Skeletal muscle and bone are such that have been known to only have a ...