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The Work Performance of Infection Control Nurses in General Hospitals during the Early COVID-19 Pandemic

Lim JS, Choi YS, Kim HS

Purpose: This study was conducted to understand the meaning of the work performance of infection control nurses (ICNs) in general hospitals during the early COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: This was a qualitative...
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Malaria Endemicity in the Rural Communities of Ebonyi State, Nigeria

Nwele DE, Onyali IO, Iwueze MO, Elom MO, Uguru OES

Malaria remains a global health threat. Approximately 97% of the population is at risk in sub-Saharan countries, particularly Nigeria. This study compared the performance of 2 diagnostic methods in assessing...
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Short Communication: Links between Dental Hygiene Curriculum and Dental Hygiene Task Analysis

Park CE, Yoo JG, Lee SH, Lee YH, Lee JY, Choi MJ, Hwang SJ

Background: The problem with current dental hygienist education is that it operates as an education system based on the national examination rather than on a practical basis; thus, graduates have...
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Effects on Triage Competency Based on Nursing Task Performance and Self-Efficacy of Nurses in Regional Emergency Medical Institutions

Kim SJ, Kim SO

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between triage competency, nursing task performance, and self-efficacy among nurses working at local emergency departments, and to identify factors...
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Risk factors for repeat breeder dairy cows and their impacts on reproductive performance

Jeong JK, Kim IH

The objective of this study was to identify risk factors for repeat breeder dairy cows and their impact on reproductive performance. The characteristics of 1,504 cows, including their peripartum health,...
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The Mechanisms of Anabolic Steroids, Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators and Myostatin Inhibitors

Park J, Mcllvain V, Rosenberg J, Donovan L, Desai P, Kim JY

In the clinical setting, anabolic agents serve to ameliorate muscle- and bone-wasting diseases. However, many of these anabolic agents are also used by bodybuilders to surpass natural limits of body...
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Validation of a Multi-Sensor-Based Kiosk in the Use of the Short Physical Performance Battery in Older Adults Attending a Fall and Balance Clinic

Hernandez HHC, Ong EH, Heyzer L, Tan CN, Ghazali F, Yang DZ, Jung HW, Ismail NH, Lim WS

Background: The Short Physical Performance Battery (SPPB) is a well-established functional assessment tool used for the screening and assessment of frailty and sarcopenia. However, the SPPB requires trained staff experienced...
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Increased ERCP volume improves cholangiogram interpretation: a new performance measure for ERCP training?

Vedantam S, Amin S, Maher B, Ahmad S, Kadir S, Niaz SK, Wright M, Tehami N

Background/Aims: Cholangiogram interpretation is not used as a key performance indicator (KPI) of endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) training, and national societies recommend different minimum numbers per annum to maintain competence....
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The clinical outcomes of second-line chemotherapy in patients with advanced pancreatic cancer: a retrospective study

Jung Hy, Lee EM

Background: Despite recent advances in first-line chemotherapy for advanced pancreatic cancer, standard treatment after the failure of initial chemotherapy has not been established. Hence, we aimed to retrospectively analyze the...
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Therapeutic Effects of Functional Electrical Stimulation on Physical Performance and Muscle Strength in Post-stroke Older Adults: A Review

Shin HE, Kim M, Lee D, Jang JY, Soh Y, Yun DH, Kim S, Yang J, Kim MK, Lee H, Won CW

Stroke-related disabilities cause poor physical performance, especially among older adults, and can lead to sarcopenia. Functional electrical stimulation (FES) has been used to improve physical performance in individuals with neurological...
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The Effects of Communication Ability, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment on Nursing Performance of Intensive Care Unit Nurses

Kim NR, Kim SE, Jang SE

Purpose : This study aimed to provide basic data for developing strategies to improve the nursing performance of nurses working in the intensive care unit by identifying the degree of...
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Improving the Specificity of CT Angiography for the Diagnosis of Hepatic Artery Occlusion after Liver Transplantation in Suspected Patients with Doppler Ultrasound Abnormalities

Kim JS, Kim DW, Kim KW, Song GW, Lee SG

Objective: To investigate whether the diagnostic performance of CT angiography (CTA) could be improved by modifying the conventional criterion (anastomosis site abnormality) to diagnose hepatic artery occlusion (HAO) after liver...
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Prevalence and impacts of male urinary incontinence on quality of life, mental health, work limitation, and health care seeking in China, Taiwan, and South Korea (LUTS Asia): Results from a cross-sectional, population-based study

Cheng MC, Liu SP, Chuang YC, Hsu KCP, Chow PM

Purpose: Male urinary incontinence (UI) is a global health issue associated with bothersome symptoms which affect daily life. This study aims to evaluate the prevalence of male UI in China,...
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Effects of clinical nursing character and self-efficacy on nursing performance

Gong HS, Wee H

Background: Since nursing performance is related to the organizational performance of hospitals, this study was attempted to determine the effects of general characteristics, clinical nursing character, and self-efficacy of nurses...
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Compare Value Congruence of Nurse-Patient Assignment with Work Performance in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Kim HM, Kim DY, Kim JY, Kim GY, Moon SH

Purpose: This study aimed to compare the value congruence of nurse-patient assignment (NPA) with work performance in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Methods: Data were collected with 30-items on...
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Effects of Professional Autonomy and Teamwork on Clinical Performance of Nurses in Tertiary Hospitals

Hyun S, Lee T

Purpose: This study was aimed to identify the effects of professional autonomy and teamwork on clinical performance to improve the clinical performance of tertiary hospital nurses. Methods: Data were collected...
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High-performance computing for SARS-CoV-2 RNAs clustering: a data science‒based genomics approach

Oujja A, Abid MR, Boumhidi J, Bourhnane S, Mourhir A, Merchant F, Benhaddou D

Nowadays, Genomic data constitutes one of the fastest growing datasets in the world. As of 2025, it is supposed to become the fourth largest source of Big Data, and thus...
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Job Analysis of Nurse Care Coordinators for Chronic Illness Management in Primary Care Settings: Using Developing a Curriculum Process

Hwang JH, Choi YJ, Kim MS, Yi SE, Park YS, Kim JH, Yoon JY, Shin DS

Purpose: This study aimed to conduct a job analysis of nurse carecoordinators and to identify the frequency, importance and difficulty of each task of their job. Methods: A committee for...
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School Novice Health Teachers’ Perception of Job Performance Difficulties and Job Satisfaction

Jang S, Lee G

Purpose: This study aimed to determine the correlation between job performance difficulties and job satisfaction that novice health teachers experienced in a new school environment, and provide the basic data...
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The Effect of Cold Water Immersion on Physiological Indices, Inflammatory and Immune Responses during a Soccer Match

Park S, Hur S, An K, Kwon Y, Park K, Kim J, Lee J

Purpose: We investigated the effects of cold water immersion (CWI) treatment during half-time break on performance related physiological indices during second half soccer match. Methods: Twenty-two collegiate soccer players participated in...
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