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Education and support needs during recovery in acute respiratory distress syndrome survivors
Christie M Lee, Margaret S Herridge, Andrea Matte, Jill I Cameron
Critical Care , 2009, DOI: 10.1186/cc8053
Abstract: Twenty-five ARDS survivors participated in qualitative interviews examining their needs for educational, emotional and tangible support for each phase of the TIR framework. Transcripts were analyzed using framework methodology.ARDS survivors' support needs varied across the illness trajectory. During the ICU stay, survivors were generally too ill to require information. The transfer to the general ward was characterized by anxiety surrounding decreased surveillance and concern for future health and treatment. Information needs focused on the events surrounding the acute illness, while physical and emotional needs revolved around physical therapy and psychological support for depression and anxiety. As patients were preparing for hospital discharge, they expressed a desire for specific information about the recovery and rehabilitation process following an episode of ARDS (e.g., outpatient physiotherapy, long-term sequela of the illness). Once in the community, survivors wanted guidance on home care, secondary prevention, and ARDS support groups.Our findings support the need for future educational and support interventions to meet the changing needs of ARDS survivors during their recovery.Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is an important public health concern with an incidence of 1.5 to 8.3 cases per 100,000 per year in North America [1-3]. It is characterized by bilateral lung infiltrates on frontal chest radiograph, a partial pressure of arterial oxygen (PaO2)/fraction of inspired oxygen (FiO2) ratio of 200 or less, and the absence of clinical evidence of left atrial hypertension [4]. Survivors experience physical disability in the form of muscle wasting and weakness, and diminished ability to exercise up to five years after discharge from the ICU [5-7]. In addition, they also sustain important neuropsychological issues including depression, anxiety, memory loss, and difficulty with concentration [6,8-19]. Fewer than half of all ARDS survivors return to wor
Meningitis cervical hipertrófica de origen tuberculoso
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1942,
Um espa o para a mudan a
Matte Diane
Revista Estudos Feministas , 2003,
On higher order estimates in quantum electrodynamics
Oliver Matte
Physics , 2009,
Abstract: We propose a new method to derive certain higher order estimates in quantum electrodynamics. Our method is particularly convenient in the application to the non-local semi-relativistic models of quantum electrodynamics as it avoids the use of iterated commutator expansions. We re-derive higher order estimates obtained earlier by Fr\"ohlich, Griesemer, and Schlein and prove new estimates for a non-local molecular no-pair operator.
Continuity properties of the semi-group and its integral kernel in non-relativistic QED
Oliver Matte
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: Employing recent results on stochastic differential equations associated with the standard model of non-relativistic quantum electrodynamics by B. G\"uneysu, J.S. M{\o}ller, and the present author, we study the continuity of the corresponding semi-group between weighted vector-valued L^p-spaces, continuity properties of elements in the range of the semi-group, and the pointwise continuity of an operator-valued semi-group kernel. We further discuss the continuous dependence of the semi-group and its integral kernel on model parameters. All these results are obtained for Kato decomposable electrostatic potentials and the actual assumptions on the model are general enough to cover the Nelson model as well. As a corollary we obtain some new pointwise exponential decay and continuity results on elements of low-energetic spectral subspaces of atoms or molecules that also take spin into account. In a simpler situation where spin is neglected we explain how to verify the joint continuity of positive ground state eigenvectors with respect to spatial coordinates and model parameters. There are no smallness assumptions imposed on any model parameter.
Correlation asymptotics for non-translation invariant lattice spin systems
Oliver Matte
Mathematics , 2006,
Abstract: We obtain asymptotic expressions for the Green kernels of certain non-translation invariant transition matrices using methods of semiclassical and microlocal analysis. Combined with a result by Bach and M{\o}ller this yields asymptotic formulas for the truncated two-point correlation functions of certain non-translation invariant lattice models of real-valued spins.
Existe fala neutra para a poesia?
Matte, Ana Cristina Fricke;
DELTA: Documenta??o de Estudos em Lingüística Teórica e Aplicada , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-44502008000200001
Abstract: during the inquiry of parameters for control of corpus of reference for phonostylistic studies, it was observed that they could not mix data of prose and of poetry, both statistically different. for poetry, it was observed that cutting out from the corpus the affected sentences would reduce the corpus extremely. moreover, the other sentences had revealed very next to the standard found for prose. of these founds, the central question of the present work appeared: what would be the reference speech for the poetry? the reply beyond the analysis of the data, that was recorded from a speech analysis experienced informant and acoustically analyzed, involves one retaken of the estimated theoreticians.
Matte Izquierdo,Arturo;
Revista chilena de derecho , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-34372011000100009
Abstract: this paper analyzes a group of leading cases in matters of action for protection brought by students alleging the violation of several constitutional guarantees -including freedom of speech-, after having participated in student demonstrations. the author shows how the jurisprudence recognizes the right of speech of the students, and how this recognition implies a limit to the freedom of education.
Efectos del plomo en la salud de la ni?ez
Matte,Thomas D;
Salud Pública de México , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-36342003000800008
Abstract: lead is an element that has no known physiologic function in humans but adversely affects a variety of fundamental biochemical processes. a large body of evidence shows adverse health effects of lead in children at levels common in populations around the world. acute lead poisoning with encephalopathy, though infrequent, is life-threatening, requiring timely and aggressive treatment. it should be considered in the differential diagnosis of any unexplained illness that includes anemia, seizures, lethargy, abdominal pain, or recurrent vomiting. many more children are harmed by chronic, subclinical effects of low-level lead exposure that include impaired cognitive development, adverse effects on behavior, subtle impairment of hearing acuity, and reduced height. available evidence indicates that the only effective interventions to prevent low level lead toxicity are those that control lead exposure.
Mediastino pericarditis con sindroma de constricción cardiaca de origen reumático
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1941,
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