Clinical Cases: Medical-surgical nursing case studies - Inkling

Clinical Cases: Medical-surgical nursing case studies – Inkling

Perfect for:•  Bachelor of Nursing Students.•  Diploma of Nursing students. Apply theory to practice with the Clinical Cases textbook series! Janine Bothe’s Clinical Cases: Medical-Surgical Nursing Case Studies is part of the Clinical Cases textbook series, which offers nursing students a collection of scenarios that are common in a variety of practical settings. Some of […]

Spinal Cord Stimulation As a Method of Reducing Opioids in Severe Chronic Pain: A Case Report and Review of the Literature (Scientific Article: Special Issue) (Case Study)

Spinal Cord Stimulation As a Method of Reducing Opioids in Severe Chronic Pain: A Case Report and Review of the Literature (Scientific Article: Special Issue) (Case Study)

Introduction Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) was first described in the literature in 1967, when it was used by Shealy to treat pain secondary to invasive cancer involving the thoracic nerve roots. (1) Shortly after this initial report, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of SCS for neuropathic pain of the trunk and […]

Ocular Pathology Case Reviews

Ocular Pathology Case Reviews

Ocular Pathology Case Reviews is designed to aid ophthalmologists, residents, practitioners, and optometrists alike in improving their overall understanding of eye disease. This medical reference book presents a unique combination of clinical photos and histological images in a consistent case review format, helping you better understand ophthalmic pathology and prepare for rotations and exams.Focus on […]

The Impact of Stimulated Vocal Loudness on Nasalance in Dysarthria (Case Study)

The Impact of Stimulated Vocal Loudness on Nasalance in Dysarthria (Case Study)

This study was designed to determine the effect of stimulated vocal loudness on nasalance in individuals with various dysarthria subtypes. Thirty participants produced three stimulated levels of vocal loudness while reading a nonnasal passage. Data included dysarthria classification, vocal sound pressure level, nasalance, and listener perception of nasality. There was not a predictable relationship between […]