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  • Men's lived experiences of perinatal loss: A review of the literature. [Review]
    Aust N Z J Obstet Gynaecol 2019Nguyen V, Temple-Smith M, Bilardi J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Perinatal loss can have negative implications for men's psychological and social well-being. Across the studies men had different levels of attachments to the pregnancy, influencing their emotional responses to the loss. Men perceived their primary role as being a supporter to their partners but received limited support themselves. Men often reported that their safe and trusting attitudes toward pregnancy had forever changed. Further areas of research are recommended in hopes of enhancing support for men, and consequently their partners and families, who experience perinatal loss.
  • Knowledge and Attitudes about the Flu Vaccine among Pregnant Women in the Valencian Community (Spain). [Journal Article]
    Medicina (Kaunas) 2019; 55(8)Rodríguez-Blanco N, Tuells J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The women positively evaluated the effectiveness and safety of the vaccines. However, with the flu vaccine, "not being previously vaccinated" and the "doubts about its safety" represented more than half of the reasons put forth for its rejection. Ensuring that the flu vaccine is perceived as more effective and acceptable through the messages directed towards the expectant mothers, directly through the midwives or through the communication media and social networks, will result in an increase of vaccine coverage.
  • Atypical Location of an Atrial Myxoma: A Case Report. [Journal Article]
    Mymensingh Med J 2019; 28(3):705-707Hossain MA, Vaidya S, … Khan OS
  • Here, we report a case of a right atrial myxoma attached to the lateral wall, which is seen in only 10% cases, impinging upon the tricuspid valve. A 57 year old male normotensive, non-diabetic, nonsmoker patient was presented to us on 5th of August 2018 with the complaints of cough, dyspnea and orthopnea for the last two years. This type of presentation is very rare. After excision of myxoma, the…
  • Triage Performance of School Personnel Using the SALT System. [Journal Article]
    Prehosp Disaster Med 2019; 34(4):401-406Celik DH, Mencl FR, … Frey JA
  • CONCLUSIONS: After two brief lectures and a short demonstration, school personnel were able to triage descriptions of mass-casualty victims with an overall accuracy similar to medically trained personnel, and most were able to apply a tourniquet correctly. Opportunities for future study include integrating high-fidelity simulation and mock disasters, evaluating for knowledge retention, and exploring the study population's baseline knowledge of medical care, among others.
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