*  Reduce African-American Infant Mortality - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov
... to place infants in the supine position for sleep to reduce the risk of SIDS or an enhanced message to avoid these behaviors to ... 8 stress the use of supine (back) positioning, avoidance of soft bedding, and room sharing without bedsharing as ... Such a message would be carefully crafted based on our current community-based research1-3 to address emerging risks of ... Infants born with congenital anomalies that would prevent them from sleeping in the supine position or if the infant is born at ...
  https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01361880?cond=%22Sudden+infant+death+syndrome%22&rank=9
*  Risk Factors Associated With Sudden Unexplained Infant Death: A Prospective Study of Infant Care Practices in Kentucky |...
More infants were found in the supine position than were placed supine (21.1% vs 11.6%). ... Mothers who placed their infants in the prone position were more likely to participate in other behaviors associated with an ... American Academy of Pediatrics, Task Force on Infant Positioning and SIDS. Positioning and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS ... The benefits and risks of bed sharing have been debated extensively without a resolution. The American Academy of Pediatrics in ...
  http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/116/1/e13
*  Tummy time - Wikipedia
... and bouncers are behaviors recommended to alleviate the associated risks of infants sleeping in a supine position. Since 1998 ... In the 2005 article entitled "Influence of supine sleep positioning on early motor milestone acquisition" by Majnemer and Barr ... In the 1998 article entitled "Does the Supine Sleeping Position Have Any Adverse Effects on the Child? II. Development in the ... Dewey, C.; Fleming, P.; Golding, J.; The Alspac Study Team (1998). "Does the Supine Sleeping Position Have Any Adverse Effects ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tummy_time
*  Freediving blackout - Wikipedia
Supervision by a person not involved in the activity and familiar with the risks and management of blackouts is a preferred ... Attempts to actively expel water from the airway by abdominal thrusts or positioning head downwards should be avoided as they ... The checks for responsiveness and breathing are carried out with the person horizontally supine. If unconscious but breathing, ... the recovery position is appropriate. If not breathing, rescue ventilation is necessary. Drowning can produce a gasping pattern ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freediving_blackout
*  SIDS and Other Sleep-Related Infant Deaths: Expansion of Recommendations for a Safe Infant Sleeping Environment | From the...
Back to sleep for every sleep-To reduce the risk of SIDS, infants should be placed for sleep in a supine position (wholly on ... The recommendations described in this policy statement include supine positioning, use of a firm sleep surface, breastfeeding, ... Head injuries in infants: the risks of bouncy chairs and car seats. Arch Dis Child. 2002;86(3):168-169. ... In addition, because certain behaviors, such as smoking, can increase risk for the infant, some recommendations are directed ...
  http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/128/5/1030.long
*  Time Spent in Lateral Sleep Position and Asymmetry in Glaucoma | IOVS | ARVO Journals
... followed by the supine position, the left decubitus position, and the prone position (Fig. 3). Right-sided sleep was ... If causality can be demonstrated, sleep position training that is used in obstructive sleep apnea to modify risks12,13,22,23 ... This result is different from recent survey results that used the presumed sleep position in lieu of objective sleep behavior. ... Any such study has to consider potential risk of modifying sleep position. For instance, while 30° head-up positioning lowers ...
  http://iovs.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2323632
*  Pronation Accessory - Patent application
Every rest position has time-dependent features and risks. Specialists agree that substantially supine and lateral positions ... A device that establishes hygienic prone positioning is a pronater or prone procliner. Prone: positioned facing fully downward ... Clearances for tender tissues and predictable bedroom behavior are key features. [0007] Cost is a barrier to hygienic prone ... 0067] 3) pain or medically driven inability to sleep comfortably in other positions [0068] 4) preference for the prone position ...
  http://www.patentsencyclopedia.com/app/20120304387
*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
Subjects are placed in the supine position and allowed to rest quietly for at least 10 min prior to the start of the exam. The ... and diseases with risks to the brain, but also of developmental outcomes such as mental and motor functioning, behavior ... It is relatively flexible with respect to participant positioning and allows for some head movements during tasks. Additionally ... Adjusting behavior in this way exacts a small performance cost, or switch cost, such that responses are typically slower and ...
  https://www.jove.com/visualize/abstract/25103710/standard-growth-foot-arch-childhood-adolescence-derived-from
*  Breastfeeding - Wikipedia
Breastfeeding - Semi-reclining position. Breastfeeding - Side-lying position. Breastfeeding - Supine position. Breastfeeding - ... While cognitive behavior therapy may be the treatment of choice, medications are sometimes used. The use of therapy rather than ... "Because they are the most important people here." Correct positioning and technique for latching on are necessary to prevent ... Other benefits include lower risks of asthma, food allergies, celiac disease, type 1 diabetes, and leukemia. Breastfeeding may ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breastfeeding
*  Patent US9364338 - Modular nucleus pulposus prosthesis - Google Patents
The nucleus pulposus exerts constant "outward" pressure on the surrounding annulus fibrosus, even in the supine position, thus ... Other supporting, positioning and securing structures and devices including but not limited to elastomeric compounds, bio- ... Discectomy procedures have inherent risks since the portion of the disc to be removed is immediately adjacent the nerve root ... recent advances in processing have allowed shape memory behavior in PEEK with mechanical activation. This technology has ...
  http://www.google.co.uk/patents/US9364338
*  Clete A. Kushida, MD, PhD, FAASM | Stanford Medicine Profiles
... controlling for sleep position (supine vs. non-supine) Secondary Endpoints: By polysomnography, reduction in: - AHI with device ... and dream-related behaviors in patients with RBD. Female RBD patients reported significantly less behavior during dreams, but ... Cervical positioning for reduction of sleep-disordered breathing in mild-to-moderate OSAS. Sleep & breathing = Schlaf & Atmung ... Patients should be informed of the best available information of the risks, benefits, and complications of the procedure. ...
  https://med.stanford.edu/profiles/clete-kushida
*  Diabetic parturient - Anaesthetic implications
Position: avoid supine position after 20 weeks gestation; right lateral decubitus or Fowler position (head of bed elevated) ... In pregnancy, it has considerable cost and care demands and is associated with increased risks to the health of the mother and ... Proper perioperative positioning and padding of extremities are important to avoid peripheral nerve injuries. No published data ... Saez-de-Ibarra L, Gaspar R, Obesso A. Glycaemic behavior during lactation: post-partum practical guidelines for women with type ...
  http://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/pmcc/articles/PMC2991647/
*  Acs0507 Surgical Treatment Of Morbid Obesity 2008
Patients are person; they are almost impossible to cure in a patient with most at risk when immobilized in the supine position ... Inappropriate eating confirm that there is a significant failure rate but also suggest behaviors (e.g., intake of high-calorie ... The The pickwickian syndrome is now known to comprise two increased risks encountered in these patients include wound pulmonary ... of body positioning and gravity to facilitate intraoperative persist. exposure. With the elimination of the large surgical ...
  https://www.slideshare.net/medbookonline/acs0507-surgical-treatment-of-morbid-obesity-2008
*  Medical Home Portal - Premature Infant Follow-Up
Rogers: 2011] Plagiocephaly, or asymmetric flattening of the posterior skull, is common due to lying in a supine position. ... Mental Health/Behavior Infant and toddler behavioral problems, including ADHD, anxiety, and autism, are common among preterm ... This can allow a loop of intestine to sag through the inguinal canal and into the scrotum, which presents risks for ... GER is usually managed with avoidance of overfeeding, positioning, removal of dairy from the diet, thickening of breast milk or ...
  https://www.medicalhomeportal.org/diagnoses-and-conditions/premature-infant-follow-up
*  Safe Sleep and Skin-to-Skin Care in the Neonatal Period for Healthy Term Newborns | From the American Academy of Pediatrics |...
Promote supine sleep for all infants. SSC may involve the prone or side position of the newborn, especially if the dyad is ... and unfamiliarity with the potential risks of unsafe positioning and methods of assessment that may avert problems.44 The main ... Moreover, behaviors that are modeled in the hospital after birth, such as sleep position, are likely to influence sleeping ... Behavior of the newborn during skin-to-skin. J Hum Lact. 2015;31(3):452-457pmid:25612748. ...
  http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/138/3/e20161889
*  Cardiac Tumors
... and/or who cannot tolerate prolonged supine position ... Requires prolonged supine positioning and repeated breath-holds ... Aberrant Drug Behaviors, Pain Catastrophizing Reduced With Web-Based Program * New APA Guideline Recommendation for Treatment ... Requires the use of IV contrast which carries associated risks. *. More costly than other imaging techniques ...
  http://www.psychiatryadvisor.com/imaging/cardiac-tumors/article/606099/
*  Phase 1 Safety Assessment of Intrathecal Oxytocin | Anesthesiology | ASA Publications
She was still in the right lateral decubitus position, and she moved to the supine position. On physical examination, there ... In the rats, it caused intense scratching and grooming behavior, consistent with the work in mice showing an action of oxytocin ... balancing the risks associated with the invasive drug administration, and the assessment of adverse event rates. A formal power ... was considerably below her baseline just before positioning for spinal injection (114/67 mmHg), with a heart rate of 58, no ...
  http://anesthesiology.pubs.asahq.org/article.aspx?articleid=2091557
*  Evidence-Based Maternity Care: What It Is and What It Can Achieve
... supine birthing position, and staff-applied abdominal pressure to push babies out (Albers and Borders 2007). A single outcome ... It begins by positioning care for the large, distinctive population of childbearing women and newborns within the U.S. health ... Risks of Adverse Outcomes in the Next Birth after a First Cesarean Delivery. Obstetrics & Gynecology 109(2):270 76. Available ... Mother and Newborn Baby: Mutual Regulation of Physiology and Behavior A Selective Review. Developmental Psychobiology 47(3):217 ...
  https://www.milbank.org/wp-content/files/documents/0809MaternityCare/0809MaternityCare.html
*  Revista do CBC v45n4 - Inglês by cbc cirurgioes - Issuu
The preferred position of the patient: supine, in cervical hyperextension, cushion between the shoulder blades and round pad ... When positioning the tracheostomy cannula, care must be taken not to injure the posterior wall of the trachea. • Evaluation of ... Some authors describe that the behavior of vascular prostheses in dogs is what most resembles humans. This explains their ... in cases in which the mobilization offers risks, such as fractures). • Team for the procedure: surgeon, auxiliary, scrub nurse ...
  https://issuu.com/cbccirurgioes/docs/rcbc_v45n4_en
*  does tell if propecia working
... special positioning cushion Positioning 4 Standard operating table position 1, position 2 or universal operating table 4 ... The melting behavior of PEGs selected in the formulation could facilitate formation of a solid solution during a manufacturing ... Anaesthetic induction in the supine position, padding under the shoul- ders 4 Normalpositioningoftheoperatingtableinthetheatre ... 4 Positiontheoperatinglightswithoutswitchingon 4 Tell if propecia working Risks 4 Nervelesionscausedbythearthroscopy 4 ...
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*  CBT Archives - Types of Nursing: Nursing News, Jobs, Opportunities
101 What is the preferred position for Abdominal Paracentesis?. A. Prone. B. Supine with head slightly elevated. C. Supine with ... Positioning, nutritional support. D. Foam dressing, pressure relieving mattress, nutritional support. 52. How can risks be ... Which behaviors will encourage a patient to talk about their concerns?. A. Giving reassurance & telling them not to worry. B. ... b) reclined position. c)call doctor. 4)patient thinks that he is over weight so nurse send that patient to. a)dietitian. b) ...
  http://typesofnursing.com/tag/cbt/
*  UK Archives - Types of Nursing: Nursing News, Jobs, Opportunities
101 What is the preferred position for Abdominal Paracentesis?. A. Prone. B. Supine with head slightly elevated. C. Supine with ... Positioning, nutritional support. D. Foam dressing, pressure relieving mattress, nutritional support. 52. How can risks be ... Which behaviors will encourage a patient to talk about their concerns?. A. Giving reassurance & telling them not to worry. B. ... When positioning the supine patient in bed, why should you ensure the patient is lying centrally in the bed?. A. To ensure ...
  http://typesofnursing.com/category/nursing-registration/uk/
*  Subcutaneous Trigeminal Nerve Field Stimulation for Refractory Facial Pain | Protocol
Place the patient in a supine position under general anesthesia. Turn the head to the contralateral side of the pain. Place a ... Patients are extensively informed by the treating physician about the nature of the therapy, the procedures, the risks and ... Electrode Positioning and Montage in Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation…. Published 5/23/2011 ... note that the outcome measures for sTNFS or in fact any pain treatments rely on the patient's subjective statements or behavior ...
  https://www.jove.com/video/55408/subcutaneous-trigeminal-nerve-field-stimulation-for-refractory-facial
*  Assessing Patient Dose in Interventional Fluoroscopy Using Patient-Dependent Hybrid Phantoms
A s the tube rotates to a more lateral position, patient latitudinal positioning becomes more important. Similarly, as the tube ... 3] BEIR, "Health risks from exposure to low levels of ionizing radiation: BEIR VII Phase 2," National Research Council, ... The major axis s lateral width, and t he semi posterior/anterior width as measured for a supine patient. In total, six ... The program represents an innovative tool that can be used by the interve ntional physician to modify behavior when clinically ...
  http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UFE0043198/00001
*  Lifenurses
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