Full term newborns in non-nutritive suction evaluationand their relation on feeding performance
Abstract Objectives: To investigate full term newborns suction pattern in non-nutritive suction and their feeding performance. Methods: An analytical descriptive study was carried out from November 2016 to March 2017, with 50 dyads mothers/newborns through the non-nutritive suction evaluation and a direct observation on the newborn's performance on feeding. The data were distributed through simple and relative frequencies (percentages) when categorical or by mean, maximum, minimum and the standard deviation when is continuous, discrete or ordinal. To evaluate the mean differences, the Student's t test was used with significance level of 5%. Results: There were significant differences among the newborn's mandible movement ( “ newborn's mouth slightly open ” p=0,005), suction ( “ cheek strain during feeding ” p
This study therefore sought to investigate whether the autism/transgender overlap confers an increased risk of depression or anxiety. An online study of 727 individuals revealed a substantial overlap between transgender identity and autism, with increased autistic traits found in trans men compared to trans women. Depression and anxiety were highest in autistic-trans individuals, but no superadditive effect was observed. The implications of these findings are discussed in relation to the wider healthcare system.
ConclusionModification of standard anxiety interventions are common in practice but the course and nature of these modifications are inconsistent and may depend on practitioner experience. Practitioners may consistently have to think inventively in order to best serve adults with autism and anxiety. Current anxiety measures could be improved in order to accurately gauge anxiety, specific to adults with autism. These findings are discussed in relation to practice and future research.
Authors: Pereira PG, Rabelo K, da Silva JFR, Ciambarella BT, Argento JGC, Nascimento ALR, Vieira AB, de Carvalho JJ Abstract Hypertension is characterized by persistent elevated blood pressure levels, one of the leading causes of death in the world. Renovascular hypertension represents the most common cause of secondary hypertension, and its progress is associated with overactivation of the renin angiotensin aldosterone system (RAAS), causing systemic and local changes. Aliskiren is a renin-inhibiting drug that optimizes RAAS suppression. In this sense, the objective of the present study was to analyze the morphoph...
Authors: Scarano A, Conte R, Murmura G, Lorusso F, Harrath AH PMID: 31625347 [PubMed - in process]
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Authors: Kang X, Eerland A, Joergensen GH, Zwaan RA, Altmann GTM Abstract To understand language people form mental representations of described situations. Linguistic cues are known to influence these representations. In the present study, participants were asked to verify whether the object presented in a picture was mentioned in the preceding words. Crucially, the picture either showed an intact original state or a modified state of an object. Our results showed that the end state of the target object influenced verification responses. When no linguistic context was provided, participants responded faster to the...
Reply to the letter to the editor "Impella device use in high-risk PCI". EuroIntervention. 2019 Oct 20;15(8):732 Authors: Khalid N, Rogers T, Shlofmitz E, Chen Y, Waksman R PMID: 31625917 [PubMed - in process]
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