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    The following electronic databases were searched through 4 June 2015: Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, and Ovid MEDLINE. Unpublished data from the Canadian National Breast Screening Study and Swedish Two-County Trials were also included. 38 studies including 5 SRRs of 62 studies met inclusion…

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    Definition A disorder in which the client experiences blindness, paralysis, and other neurologic symptoms that cannot be explained from a medical evaluation. According to Medline Plus: Risk Factors Illness Currently has a dissociative disorder Currently has a personality disorder Causes Unknown May result from a stressful experience According to Medline Plus: Signs and Symptoms Includes the feeling loss of a bodily function such as: Blindness Numbness Paralysis Inability to speak Treatment…

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    Discussion While using the MEDLINE database, there were a variety of limitations that were revealed. The keywords used indicated that the results must be based on the use of interpreters within health care. This limitation omits the chance of studies being used that were not based on interpreters, but discussed other aspects of language barriers within healthcare. In addition, since the research was based on the reactions of patients and providers within health care, a limitation that could be…

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    Hypochondriasis Disorder According to Medline Plus: Definition Also known as illness anxiety disorder. Belief that one is showing physical symptoms of a disease when there is no medical proof to confirm it. Causes Overly focused and always thinking about their health They worry about any slight physical sensations which causes them to believe something is wrong According to Medline Plus: Signs and Symptoms Unable to control their fears or worries Believe any sensation is a sign of serious…

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    Spontaneous Abortion

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    (Spontaneous Abortion: Medline Plus) Cause. Risk Factors. According to Medline Plus: Chromosomal problems which stops fetus from fully developing Drug & alcohol use Exposure to environmental toxins Hormone problems Infections Obesity Systemic diseases from mother Age Symptoms According to Medline Plus: Lower back/abdominal pain with dull, sharp, cramping characterization Vaginal bleeding without menstrual cramps…

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    The occurrence of inflammatory throughout the digestive tract is the general outcome of Crohn’s disease. The disease mainly aggresses towards the small and large intestine, but it could also impact other parts of the digestive tract as well. The small intestines are divided into three categories which are the ileum, jejunum, and duodenum. Crohn’s disease mainly impacts the ileum section where it swells up when irritated. The leading cause to Crohn’s disease is the process of being genetically…

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    http://www.safetyandquality.gov.au/our- work/accreditation-and-the-nsqhs-standards/resources-to-implement-the-nsqhs- standards/ Bradford, N., Armfield, N. R., Young, J., Ehmer, M., & Smith, A. C. (2012). Safety for home care: the use of Internet video calls to double-check interventions. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 18, 434-437. NCBI. (2014). Patient Involvement in Health Care Decision Making: A Review. Retrieved from Government website:…

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    (2013). The impact of an oral health program on domestic violence survivors within community shelters. Journal of the American Dental Association, 144, 1372-1378. doi:10.14219/jada.archive.2013.0073 Google Scholar CrossRef, Medline Baffour T. D., Jones M. A., Contreras L. K. (2006). Family health advocacy: An empowerment model for pregnant and parenting African American women in rural communities. Family & Community Health, 29, 221-228. Google Scholar Medline Bair-Merritt M. H., Blackstone…

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    age 35 and older, experiencing traumatic injury such as car accidents, high blood pressure, smoking cigarettes, drugs and alcohol consumption and having pregnancy complications such as high amniotic fluid (Nall, 2015). Ana went into early labor and got an emergency cesarean section. Medical Definitions Some definitions that are important to help understand is the definition of low APGAR scores, neonatal encephalopathy, and small for gestational age. The APGAR score test is a test performed…

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    Peripheral Nerve Disorder

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    starts gradually from the symptoms of numbness, pain, burning and tingling, sensitivity to touch and gets worse over time (Medline Plus, 2014). Although symptoms of neuritis are similar to neuralgia and neuropathy,…

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