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September-December 2017| Vol 14| Issue 3

Original Article

Assessment of pain during turning procedures in patients on mechanical ventilation

Background Pain is a significant problem for critically ill patients throughout their stay in the ICU, especially those who are mechanically ventilated. A turning procedure is one of the most...

Original Article

Nontunneled hemodialysis catheter among acute renal failure patients: nurses’ knowledge and practices at El Fayoum Insurance Hospital

Background Hemodialysis requires access to blood vessels capable of providing rapid extracorporeal blood flow. A nontunneled catheter can be placed for initiation of acute hemodialysis. If di...

Original Article

Nursing management protocol for mothers of children having ventricular peritoneal shunt

Introduction Ventricular peritoneal shunts are considered to be permanent catheters with long-term complications. Management of ventricular peritoneal shunts presents major challenges later i...

Original Article

Challenges and work crisis facing critical care nurses

Background Nursing turnover and shortage are acknowledged as worldwide issues. Therefore, understanding the challenges that faces the nurses and overcome these challenges is essential in reta...

Original Article

Cultural variation influences on the learning experience of international nursing students

Background Through their perspectives, various scholars have explored the academic and social challenges foreigner students face in their experience of learning. Understanding the positive im...

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Egyptian Nursing Journal, a publication of Faculty of Nursing, Cairo University, is a peer-reviewed online journal with 3 Issues print on demand compilation of issues published.

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