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July-September 2017| Vol 4| Issue 3

Original Article

The effect of acceptance and commitment therapy on the life expectancy in patients with multiple sclerosis

Context: MS is a chronic and debilitating disease, in which the immune reactions damage myelin sheath of axons in the central nervous system. Psychological consequences of MS and the treatment ...


Original Article

Acupressure for nausea-vomiting and fatigue management in acute lymphoblastic leukemia children

Context: Chemotherapy induced nausea vomiting and fatigue are prevalent problems following chemotherapy and pharmacologic methods are moderately efficient in alleviating them. Acupressure is a ...


Original Article

Effect of auditory stimulation on consciousness in coma patients with head injury: A randomized clinical trial

Context: Brain injury can cause coma and organized auditory stimulation (OAS) is thought to be associated with improvements in the level of consciousness. Aims: Determine of the effect ...


Original Article

Experience of nurses about barriers to pain management in pediatric units: A qualitative study

Context: Children's pain in hospital settings has not yet been managed well. Although nurses play an important role in pain management, its extent is limited with respect to clinical nurses...


Original Article

Evaluation of the nursing process utilization in a teaching hospital, Ogun State, Nigeria

Context: Nursing process is the systematic method of thinking used by nurses to develop an individualized plan of care for patients. Effective use of the nursing process depends on a nurse'...


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Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Sciences, a publication of Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published.

Features of Manuscript Management System

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