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(2004) Gynecologists’ attitudes regarding human papilloma virus vaccination: a survey of Fellows of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Infectious Diseases of Obstetrics and Gynecology 12(3–4), 127–133. Walboomers, J.M. et al. (1999), “Human papillomavirus is a necessary cause of invasive cervical cancer worldwide”.
A cross sectional study was conducted at the Outpatient Department of Ziauddin Medical University, Kemari Campus, from June 2008 to December 2008 to obtain information about the cause of early termination in breast feeding. Mothers of children age range birth to two years attending the outpatient department of pediatrics participated in the study by filling out a
Preoperative Shaving EBT1 Task 1 Skye Sauls Western Governors University Critique of a Nursing Research Article A1. Article Adisa, A., Lawal, O., & Adejuyigbe, O. (2011). Evaluation of two methods of preoperative hair removal and their relationship to postoperative wound infection. Journal of Infection in Developing Countries, 5(10), 717-722.
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2. Complete pre-op evaluation, including history, physical examination, laboratory testing, and pediatric assessment of anesthesia risk, and communicate concerns to anesthesiologist or surgeon. 3. Participate in the pre-anesthesia management of children with the following conditions: recent upper respiratory infection, reactive airway disease, upper airway obstruction (croup, epiglottitis, airway foreign body), congenital heart disease, neonatal apnea, obstructive sleep apnea, diabetes, seizure disorder. 4.
Collaborative Learning Community: Health Promotion Presentation 1) As a group, develop a 12-15 slide PowerPoint presentation that addresses a childhood disease or illness (infectious, noncontiguous, or congenital) seen in the adult population. a) Examples of such diseases include: i) Sickle cell anemia ii) Cystic fibrosis iii) Tay Sachs iv) Juvenile diabetes (Type I) v) Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis vi) Hemophilia, congenital heart disease b) Examples of vaccine preventable adult diseases include: vii) Diphtheria tetanus viii) Pertussis ix) Rubella x) Measles xi) Mumps 2) Include the following in the presentation:
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Maternal periodontal infection may pose a possible risk factor for preterm deliveries, low birth weight babies, and preeclampsia (Guideline on Perinatal Oral Health Care, 2011). Expectant mothers with poor oral health and high levels of Mutans Streptococci (MS) and Lactobacilli (LB), the bacteria which generate acids from fermentable carbohydrates responsible for causing dental caries, pose a greater risk for infecting their children thus increasing the risk for childhood caries at an early age (Young, Buchanan, Lubman, and Budenz, 2006). The opportunity to improve perinatal oral health care for high risk mothers increases our ability to prevent dental disease in the expectant mother, to provide for optimal pregnancy and birth outcomes, and to decrease the potential for early childhood caries. The National Guideline Clearinghouse (2010) developed a guideline to “provide recommendations for perinatal oral health care, including risk assessment, anticipatory guidance, preventive strategies, and appropriate therapeutic interventions to be