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Assessment of task-relevant knowledge of Barangay Heath Workers in Igbaras Iloilo.

HERDIN record number :
R06-WVSU-18040614343038
Author(s) :
CJ Faunillan, M. Adorada, KM Escaner, P Clavel III, AG Enano, R Labine, W Espinosa, K Tampus, L Marold, CR Jimenez, R Zarceno
Source Document :
Compendium of Abstracts. 2011 : p. 74 (Book of Abstracts)
Abstract :
BACKGROUND: Adequacy of skills and task-relevant knowledge affects job performance. Task-relevant knowledge includes background knowledge needed to be able to perform a particular job. As front liners of primary health care, Barangay . . .
Physical Location :
West Visayas State University
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Assessment of dengue fever awareness of mothers of selected Barangays in Iloilo City.

HERDIN record number :
R06-WVSU-18040613261493
Author(s) :
A Dimagiba, J Enero, A Fortuna, I Jose, F Lopez, D Pedregosa, K Solis, G Tingzon
Source Document :
Compendium of Abstracts. 2011 : p. 73 (Book of Abstracts)
Abstract :
BACKGROUND: Dengeu Fever (DF), an acute febrile disease caused by the dengue virus, is one of the most significant mosquito-bore diseases in terms of morbidity and mortality. . . .
Physical Location :
West Visayas State University
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Open dressing versus povidone iodine dressing in the prevention of superficial surgical site infection on clean and clean contaminated operative wounds.

HERDIN record number :
R06-WVSU-18040513463366
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Source Document :
Compendium of Abstracts. 2011 : p. 22 (Book of Abstracts)
Abstract :
BACKGROUND: Post-operative dressings for cleaning and clean-contaminated wounds can be expensive, time-consuming, and may be unnecessary. OBJECTIVE: The study aimed to compare the efficacy of open dressing versus Povidone iodine dressing . . .
Physical Location :
West Visayas State University
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Obesity and hypertension among adolescent high school students in Iloilo City.

HERDIN record number :
R06-WVSU-18040416082781
Author(s) :
Emiliana G. Carmona
Source Document :
Compendium of Abstracts. 2011 : p. 17 (Book of Abstracts)
Abstract :
BACKGROUND: Obesity is an increasing global concern. In adults, Obesity is associated with causes of morbidity and morality like hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and dyslipidemia. Although Obesity in children is rarely associated with serious health concerns, the influence of ob . . .
Physical Location :
West Visayas State University
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Utilization and Appreciation of the Loyalty Ring among WVSUMC Awardees.

HERDIN record number :
R06-WVSU-18011215215734
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Source Document :
Compendium of Abstracts. 2011 : p. 19 (Book of Abstracts)
Abstract :
Background: The West Visayas State University (WVSU) drafted a Program on Awards and Incentives for service Excellence (praise) and obtained Civil Service Commission approval for implementation on April 26,2004. The WVSU Medical Center (WVSUMC) has been granting loyalty incentive . . .
Physical Location :
West Visayas State University
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Knowledge and practices of a rural-based physicians on the national consensus of tuberculosis management.

HERDIN record number :
R06-WVSU-18011214094241
Source Document :
Compendium of Abstracts. 2011 : p. 16 (Book of Abstracts)
Abstract :
Background: In the Philippines, despite diligent efforts to control tuberculosis (TB), it has remained a persistent scourge and is reported as the 5th leading cause of morbidity and mortality. The National Consensus on Tuberculosis Management was developed to increase TB control . . .
Physical Location :
West Visayas State University
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Study on the attitudes of patients with pulmonary tuberculosis towards direct observed treatment short-course.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD07081011075590
Author(s) :
de Guzman Rachel Anne, Gonzales Yonna Jill, dela Cruz Carlotta, Robby Ng, Valene Joy Avila
Source Document :
Compendium of Abstracts. 2008 : p. 53 (Book of Abstracts)
Abstract :
This was a survey-type research, adopting the non-experimental design, particularly descriptive correlational studies. The study was conducted in a health center, which was actively rendering services for Pulmonary Tuberculosis (PfB) patients in their area of responsi . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Sharps-safety techniques and practices among staff nurses at San Pedro Hospital.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD02161111025912
Author(s) :
Jeanette L. Tumakay, Ivy Clarice D. Inojales, Bianca Anjelica R. Remonde, Danica T. Felix, Von Ryan M. Teruel
Source Document :
San Pedro College Compendium of Abstracts. : p. 14 (Book of Abstracts)
Abstract :
Sharp-safety technique is defined as methods of performance for safe handling or dealing with sharps. On the other hand, sharp-safety practice is a routine that is being performed by staff nurses regarding sharps safety. This study . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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The evolution of entomological research with focus on emerging and re-emerging mosquito-borne infections in the Philippines.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD18102314381763
Author(s) :
Ferdinand V. Salazar, Kaymart A. Gimutao
Source Document :
Public Health. October 2018 : p. 47-72, ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-78984-150-3 (Book Chapter)
Abstract :
This paper presented previous and current research efforts for medically important mosquitoes that serve as vectors of emerging and re-emerging diseases in the Philippines, in light of identifying the research gap that exists in the field of public health entomology i . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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Slow versus Rapid Enteral Feeding Advancements in Preventing The Incidence of Necrotizing Enterocolitis Among Pre-term Infants: A Meta-Analysis.

HERDIN record number :
NCR-PHC-18092014423895
Author(s) :
Niña Rozen T. Nacpil, Liezel C. Embestro, Mary Rose  M. Saracho, Lhorlee L. Hernandez, Ma. Lilibeth Q. Icasiano, Lee  B. Banguilan, Eva Teodora T. Sison, Carmelita A. Naral, Maria Linda  G. Buhat
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Abstract :
Optimal enteral feeding methods have not been well defined in preterm infants. Controversy exists regarding how fast to advance enteral feedings, either slow or rapid. To be able to find the best and safest method to feed . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Heart Center Medical Library
National Library of the Philippines
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