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Normal birth belief levels of pregnants and affecting factors

Original Article

Normal birth belief levels of pregnants and affecting factors

Receiving Date: 26 June 2022

Accept Date: 06 September 2022

Available Online: 17 October 2022

Med-Science. 2022;11(4):1521-6

Conflict of interests
The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest in the study.

Financial Disclosure
The authors declare that they have received no financial support for the study.

Ethical approval
Written permission from the institution where the research data were obtained (Number: E-72527474-771-127845) and approval from the local ethics committee was obtained (Decision No: 2021/2598). In addition, verbal consent was obtained from the participants.

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Unver H, Ay CK, Ozsahin Z. Normal birth belief levels of pregnants and affecting factors. Med Science. 2022;11(4):1521-6

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Corresponding Author: Cigdem Karakayali Ay, Inonu University, Faculty of
Health Sciences, Department of Midwifery, Malatya, Türkiye

E-mail: cigdem.karakayali@inonu.edu.tr

The effect of pregnant Women’s family sense of coherence on the fear of COVID-19

Original Article

The effect of pregnant Women's family sense of coherence on the fear of COVID-19

Receiving Date: 20 October 2021

Accept Date: 29 December 2021

Available Online: 20.03.2022

doi: 10.5455/medscience.2021.10.346

Med-Science. 2022; 11(2): 694-8

Conflict of Interests: The authors declare that they have no competing interests.
Financial Disclosure: The authors declare that they have received no financial support for the study.
Ethical Approval: Ethical approval was obtained from Inonu University Scientific Research and Publication Ethics Board (decision no: 2020/2021) to carry out the study. No institutional permission was obtained due to the pandemic. Thus, permission was obtained from the ministry of health as the study was being conducted during the pandemic and the data would be collected using Google forms (2020/1201). 

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Unver H, Ersu NF. The Effect of pregnant Women’s family sense of coherence on the fear of COVID-19. Med Science. 2022;11(2):694-8.

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Corresponding Author: Hacer Unver, Inonu University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Malatya, Turkey.
E-mail: hacer.unver@inonu.edu.tr

Teaching approach of ACLS in cardiac arrest with pregnancy

Review Article

Teaching approach of ACLS in cardiac arrest with pregnancy

Adel Hamed Elbaih, Anas Yahia Alkhalaileh, Ossama Ashour Haikal.

Abstract

Cardiac arrest is the abrupt loss of heart function in a person. Cardiac arrest can be lifesaving and it is important to understand the causes of maternal mortality to have an understanding of the unique pathogenic factors that may have precipitated the maternal cardiac arrest. Therefore, we aim to look into the common pitfalls that both medical students and new physicians face in the recognition, diagnosis, and management of these conditions. All Cardiac arrest pregnant patients who are requiring urgent management in the ED, with Emergency Physicians for teaching approach protocol. Appropriate for assessment and priorities for Cardiac arrest pregnant patients by training protocol to Emergency Physicians. Based on patients’ causes of Cardiac arrest pregnant women. Collection of all possible available data about the Pregnancy with cardiac arrest in the Emergency department. By many research questions to achieve these aims so a midline literature search was performed with the keywords “critical care”, “emergency medicine”, “principals of resuscitation in Pregnancy “, “ACLS with cardiac arrest in pregnancy”. Literature search included an overview of recent definition, causes and recent therapeutic strategies. All studies introduced that the initial diagnosis of Pregnancy with cardiac arrest and their therapy is a serious condition that face patients of the emergency and critical care departments. Maternal cardiac arrest is a complex clinical scenario, and the resuscitation of the pregnant woman involves multi-specialties and complex care decisions. This review is hopefully enough to strengthen the knowledge of new physicians and, hopefully with the recommendations, reduce the rates of false diagnoses.

Key words: Cardiac arrest, pregnant women, Emergency physicians, skill approach.

Med-Science. 2021; 10(3):1075-80