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Maximum number of patients in this descriptive study belongs to age group of 61-65 years (32%) followed by 66-70 years (25%).
This was a qualitative descriptive study within a school of nursing and not a controlled research project.
To provide an overview of the findings of a descriptive study exploring nephrology nurses' beliefs about the value of evidence-based practice (EBP) and their ability to implement into practice.
To determine if anecdotal perceptions of incorrect sizing and skin complications with GCS were accurate, the authors completed a descriptive study to quantify the incidence of incorrectly sized GCS and skin irregularities in patients' lower legs.
Data Source: A descriptive study of 200 top-selling pediatric liquid OTC medications.
A quantitative descriptive study was conducted to determine student and faculty perception regarding cell phone use in the classroom.
In one descriptive study family members of residents living in three skilled nursing facilities (residential aged care staffed by qualified nurses) in Southern California received a questionnaire consisting of 15 forced-choice comparisons between six nutrition interventions, one of which was the provision of OLNS between meals.
The researchers acknowledge the limitations of their descriptive study, but nevertheless believe that it demonstrates the importance of arming young people with knowledge about infertility and about how to protect their fertility
PARENTAL CAREGIVER ROLES AND PERSPECTIVES ABOUT DIABETES SELF-MANAGEMENT DURING LATE ADOLESCENCE: A qualitative descriptive study Bettina H.
Methods We conducted this descriptive study by distributing an anonymous questionnaire to 231 male sildenafil users (ages 18 to 80) between December 1, 2002 and April 30, 2003 at outpatient Family Medicine and Urology Clinics at The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY.
Sarah Mitzel, "A Descriptive Study of the Interpersonal Concerns of Writing Center Users,"
METHODOLOGY: A non-experimental, exploratory descriptive study was conducted in 19 private hospitals in Cape Town area with a sample of 71 registered critical care nurses.