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  • [Assessing motivation to smoking cessation in hospitalized patients]. [Journal Article]
  • ECEnferm Clin 2017 Jan 07
  • Sepúlveda-Sánchez JM, Canca-Sánchez JC, … Timonet-Andreu EM
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study identifies a risk group of patients with respiratory disease, low motivation to quit smoking and poor readiness to receive smoke cessation support, that should be the target of motivational approaches to behavior change.
  • [Characteristics of induced labors at Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital]. [Journal Article]
  • ECEnferm Clin 2017 Jan 03
  • González-Maestro M, Laurrieta-Saiz I, … Alonso-Salcines A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Comparing the IOL with spontaneous labor, a decrease in spontaneous vaginal births and an increase in caesarean sections and operative vaginal births was observed in the inductions. This study provides relevant information to the professionals in the fields of gynaecology and obstetrics, and opens the way for future research to obtain results transferable to the clinical practice.
  • [Everything is valid in chronic pain: Interventions by older adults for pain relief]. [Journal Article]
  • ECEnferm Clin 2016 Oct 29
  • Alvarado-García AM, Salazar-Maya ÁM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The study allowed describing interventions that older adults use to mitigate their pain. This ranged from pharmacological to non-pharmacological interventions, as simple as posture, cold, heat, massage or distractions among others, which play an important role in pain relief. Knowing these interventions helps healthcare professionals consider care options different to medication intake, proposing strategies that are easily accessible and can operate at the time to address a patient with chronic pain.
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