M. Dolores Pozo-Cano

M. Dolores Pozo-Cano
University of Granada | UGR · Department of Nursing

Diplomada en Enfermeria. Matrona,Master en SP Doctora por la Universidad de Granada

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Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection is still a public health issue. Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) creates, in society, stigmatizing attitudes, fear, and discrimination against infected people; even health professionals do not feel trained enough to adequately take care of these patients, which...
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The World Health Organization estimates that more than one million people acquire a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) every day, compromising quality of life, sexual and reproductive health, and the health of newborns and children. It is an objective of this study to identify the factors related to a Sexually Transmitted Infection diagnosis in t...
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The satisfaction of women with the birth experience has implications for the health and wellness of the women themselves and also of their newborn baby. The objectives of this study were to determine the factor structure of the Women's Views of Birth Labor Satisfaction Questionnaire (WOMBLSQ4) questionnaire on satisfaction with the attention receiv...
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This study aimed to analyse the influence of the economic crisis on the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the immigrant population compared to the native population. A cross-sectional study was conducted by reviewing 441 clinical records (329 Spanish nationals and 112 non-Spanish nationals) of individuals who, between 2000 and...
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Prenatal care is a key strategy to reduce maternal mortality. The aims of this work were to ascertain the level of satisfaction of new mothers with their pregnancy monitoring and with the medical professionals who provided prenatal care. A descriptive study was conducted of 265 new mothers, 18-43 years of age, who had given birth at the Virgen de l...
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Introduction: Regular physical activity is known to be very beneficial to health. While it is important at all stages of life, during pregnancy doubts may arise about the suitability of physical exercise, as well as the type of activity, its frequency, intensity and duration. Aims: To analyse major studies on the influence of physical activity o...
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Introduction: The accelerometer is shown as one of the most accurate techniques in recording and saving the amount and level of physical activity, by each person in a given period of time. Aims: This review aims to describe and analyze the main items that use this method to assess physical activity. Methods: The review articles were identified thro...
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Introduction: Prenatal care is a key strategy to reduce maternal mortality. The aims of this work were to ascertain the level of satisfaction of new mothers with their pregnancy monitoring and with the medical professionals who provided prenatal care. Subject and methods: A descriptive study was conducted on 265 new mothers, 18-43 years of age, who...
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Chromosomal disorders are not usually associated with specific alterations of the skin, with Down's syndrome being an exception, because the skin of the newborn with this syndrome is soft, thin and delicate. It subsequently becomes coarser, drier and rougher, and generalised xerosis associated with keratosis pilaris is common. In the case of mucous...
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Chromosomal disorders are not usually associated with specific alterations of the skin, with Down's syndrome being an exception, because the skin of the newborn with this syndrome is soft, thin and delicate. It subsequently becomes coarser, drier and rougher, and generalised xerosis associated with keratosis pilaris is common. In the case of mucous...
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Type 1 involutional osteoporosis or postmenopausal osteoporosis is currently an important health problem in all developed countries. It especially affects 80% of postmenopausal women. An effective clinical management in any of the stages of this disease is essential to optimally approach and treat it. There are many treatment options to choose from...
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Type 1 involutional osteoporosis or postmenopausal osteoporosis is currently an important health problem in all developed countries. It especially affects 80% of postmenopausal women. An effective clinical management in any of the stages of this disease is essential to optimally approach and treat it. There are many treatment options to choose from...
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To prescribe means to issue a professional health criteria directed towards a patient in order to select materials, products and/or medication administered as part of nursing care. To prescribe consists in fulfilling medication or a medical formula. At present times, the countries which authorize prescriptions by nurses are Australia, France, the U...

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