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Cultural responses to pain in UK children of primary school age: a mixed-methods study.
Pain-measurement tools are often criticized for not addressing the influence of culture and ethnicity on pain. This study examined how children who speak English as a primary or additional language discuss pain. Two methods ...
Person-centred care in dentistry--the patients' perspective.
OBJECTIVES: To develop an understanding of the key features of person-centred care (PCC) in relation to general dental practice from a patient's perspective. BACKGROUND: PCC is acknowledged as an important dimension of ...
Effects of the site and extent of plantar cutaneous stimulation on dynamic balance and muscle activity while walking.
Previous studies have demonstrated that stimulating the cutaneous plantar sensory receptors of the foot through textured insoles improves human balance and walking. This study investigated the effect of medial and lateral ...
Communicative and linguistic development in preterm children: a longitudinal study from 12 to 24 months.
BACKGROUND: Research conducted on preterm children's linguistic skills has provided varying pictures, and the question of whether and to what extent preterm children are delayed in early language acquisition remains largely ...
Patient-centred care in general dental practice--a systematic review of the literature.
BACKGROUND: Delivering improvements in quality is a key objective within most healthcare systems, and a view which has been widely embraced within the NHS in the United Kingdom. Within the NHS, quality is evaluated across ...
A Label-Free and Ultrasensitive Immunosensor for Detection of Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin Based on Graphene FETs.
We report on a label-free immunosensor based on graphene field effect transistors (G-FETs) for the ultrasensitive detection of Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin (hCG), as an indicator of pregnancy and related disorders, such ...