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A Study on Law Intelligence in regard to Nursing Duty of Nurse (간호사의 간호업무에 관련된 법지식에 관한 연구)

  • You Kwang Soo;Seo Geo Suk
    • Journal of Korean Public Health Nursing
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.106-120
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    • 1997
  • The Purpose of this study was to get grasp the law intelligence related to nursing duty of nurse in order to estimate a degree of mangement duty, patient mangement duty, injection duty, medication duty that nurse have. This paper made a survey of 270 nurses who were employed in general hospital of Chon-ju city. Questionnaire were composed 32 items through four dimension. The result of this survey showed that as follow : 1. Law intelligence related to nursing duty was expressed mean score 17.24 score in maxim score 32 score, mangement duty mean score 5.01 score in maxim score 11 score, patient mangement duty mean score 2.72 score in maxim score 11 score, injection duty mean score 3.84 score in maxim score 7 score, medication duty mean score 3.55 in maxim score 7 score of each domain 2. Relationships of mangement duty. patient mangement duty, injection duty. medication duty were expressed to progressive relationship of all. 3. Correlation between general features and law intelligence related to my duty.

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A Design of XML DTD for Representation of the Internet Sheet Music (인터넷 악보 표현을 위한 XML DTD 설계)

  • 채진석
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.37-52
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    • 1999
  • In this paper, we propose a technique to represent a sheet music effectively on the Internet. For representing the Internet sheet music, this paper proposes the ScoreML(Score Markup Language) which is a new markup language based on XML, and describes the design of the XML DTD which defines the ScoreML. XML DTD constructing the ScoreML is designed to be able to represent various features of a sheet music in order to retrieve the real sheet music on the Internet. The sheet music built by the ScoreML is directly displayed on the Internet by ScoreML browser which is implemented in the form of Java applet.

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The Kinematic Analysis of Kasamatus in Vault (도마종목의 Kasamatsu 기술동작 분석)

  • Lee, Soon-Ho;Back, Jin-Ho;Kim, Young-Sun;Kong, Tae-Ung
    • Korean Journal of Sport Biomechanics
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    • v.15 no.4
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    • pp.1-11
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    • 2005
  • The study were to assess technical factors between the high score group and the low score group, from the subjects of 8 male national gymnasts, and to analyze the kinematical characteristic and main technical cause on technique of Kasamatsu movement on Vault. The result of this study is this. In case of horse contact time the high score group was swifter than low score group, and there was significant difference between the high score group and the low score group(<.01). On high score group the time of taking on from horse showed shorter than that of taking off from horse, while of the low score group the time of taking on the horse was similar to that of taking off from horse on the average. And in time of pre-flight the high score group on average the was 0.16sec shorter times than the low score group, and so there was significantly difference between groups(<.05). Also It is a characteristic that the high score group was short in horse contact time and longer in post-flight. In the horizontal distance of post-flight, the high score group was 0.11m longer than the low score group and there was significantly statistic difference between groups(<.05). In the vertical height of the cog in Post-flight's phrase, the high score group was 0.15m higher than the low score group and there was significantly statistic difference between groups(.<01). The horizontal velocity and vertical velocity in the event of taking on and off Beat board and Vault weren't significantly statistic differences between two groups. In the slow-down of average horizontal velocity during keeping contact with the beat board, the high score group was larger than the low score group. And in an increased average vertical velocity during keeping contact with the beat board, the high score group was even larger than the low score group. In the projectile angle of cog in taking off the beat board, 40.2deg., the angle of low score group and 39.5deg., the angle of high score group are nearly alike. In the projectile angle of cog in taking off the beat, the high score group showed 1.6Wt larger on average than the low score group. However the average reaction force on the board and Vault wasn't almost different between two groups, showed 0.3~0.6Wt larger in the high score group.

Predictive analyses for balance and gait based on trunk performance using clinical scales in persons with stroke

  • Woo, Youngkeun
    • Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Science
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.29-34
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    • 2018
  • Objective: This study aimed to predict balance and gait abilities with the Trunk Impairment scales (TIS) in persons with stroke. Design: Cross-sectional study. Methods: Sixty-eight participants with stoke were assessed with the TIS, Berg Balance scale (BBS), and Functional Gait Assessment (FGA) by a therapist. To describe of general characteristics, we used descriptive and frequency analyses, and the TIS was used as a predictive variable to determine the BBS. In the simple regression analysis, the TIS was used as a predictive variable for the BBS and FGA, and the TIS and BBS were used as predictive variables to determine the FGA in multiple regression analysis. Results: In the group with a BBS score of >45 for regression equation for predicting BBS score using TIS score, the coefficient of determination ($R^2$) was 0.234, and the $R^2$ was 0.500 in the group with a BBS score of ${\leq}45$. In the group with an FGA score >15 for regression equation for predicting FGA score using TIS score, the $R^2$ was 0.193, and regression equation for predicting FGA score using TIS score, the $R^2$ was 0.181 in the group of FGA score ${\leq}15$. In the group of FGA score >15 for regression equation for predicting FGA score using TIS and BBS score, the $R^2$ was 0.327. In the group of FGA score ${\leq}15$ for regression equation for predicting FGA score using TIS and BBS score, the $R^2$ was 0.316. Conclusions: The TIS scores are insufficient in predicting the FGA and BBS scores in those with higher balance ability, and the BBS and TIS could be used for predicting variables for FGA. However, TIS is a strong predictive variable for persons with stroke who have poor balance ability.

The Study of Functional Movement in Healthy adults (기능적 움직임 검사의 방법과 적용에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Jin;Yu, Tae-Ho;Seo, Woo Hyuk
    • Journal of Korean Physical Therapy Science
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    • v.24 no.1
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    • pp.49-58
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    • 2017
  • Purpose: To determine the effect of Functional movement screen(FMS) of Healthy subjects. Method: 18 subjects were randomly assigned toFunctional movement screen test. To measure functional movement screen(deep squat, hurdle step, in line lunge, shoulder mobility reaching, active straight leg raise, trunk stability push up, rotary stability). Result: FMS scores were deep squat 2.61score, right hurdle step 2.67 score, lift hurdle step 2.83 score, in line lunge 2.83 score, right shoulder mobility 2.67 score, left shoulder mobility 2.61 score, right active straight-leg raise 3.00 score, left active straight-leg raise 3.00 score, trunk stability push up 2.33 score, rotary stability 1.94 score. Conclusion: FMS can improve functional movement in healthy adults.

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A Survey on the Practice Taekyo Among Childbearing Couples (임신부부의 태교 실태조사)

  • Choi, Yun-Soon;Kim, Hyeon-Ok
    • Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing
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    • v.1 no.2
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    • pp.174-199
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    • 1995
  • This study examined the antenatal care known as Taekyo. The sample consisted of 795 women and 564 men who had be seen in the antenatal care unit, delivery room, or postpartal care unit of general hospitals in Korea between March 20 and April 22, 1995. Data were collected using the "Taekyo questionnaire for childbearing women" and "Taekyo questionnaire for husbands of childbearing women" developed by researchers. Data were self-reported. Data were analyzed using the SPSS PC+ program, and descriptive statistics, T-test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficient were applied. The results of this study were as follows : 1. Encouragement to practice Taekyo was at a relatively high level. Items on Taekyo encouraging behaviors had a mean score of 3.51(33 items 5 point scale). According to the five categories of Taekyo encouraging behaviors, subjects indicated they practice "food intake(mean score 4.02)". "praying(mean score 3.78)", "cumulative virtuous deeds (mean score 3.58)". "mind and body management(mean score 3.47)", "maternal fetal interaction(mean score 3.15)". 2. The childbearing women's practices related to forbidden behaviors by Taekyo were relatively high. Item on forbidden behaviors by Taekyo had a mean score 3.71(43 items 5 point scale). According to the five categories of forbidden behaviors by Taekyo, subjects indicated they practiced "voluntary abstention of drugs(mean score 4.78)," avoiding behaviors(mean score 4.78)," avoiding behaviors(mean score 3.77), "good behaviors(mean score 3.71)", "taboo on fetal death tendency (mean score 3.53)", "taboo on certain intake(mean score 3.47)". 3. The practice score of husbands for childbearing women which related to Taekyo behaviors were relatively high. Item on Taekyo behaviors had a mean score 3.59(33 items 5 point scale). According to the six categories of Taekyo behavior, subjects indicated they practiced "mind and body management(mean score 3.94)", "praying(mean score 3.80)", "support of women’s practice related to Taekyo(mean score 3.66)", "good behaviors(mean score 3.58)", "continency(mean score 3.33)", "paternal fetal interaction (mean score 3.19)". 4. On the childbearing women's perception of Taekyo, most of the subjects(88%) had confidence in the positive effects of Taekyo on Child development. The result showed that the childbearing couples practiced Taekyo behavior relatively often and sincerely and most of the childbearing women had a positive perception of Taekyo's effect on prenatal child development.

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Efficacy of Glycopyrrolate in Primary Hyperhidrosis Patients

  • Lee, Hyun-Ho;Kim, Do-Won;Kim, Do-Wan;Kim, Chan
    • The Korean Journal of Pain
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    • v.25 no.1
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    • pp.28-32
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    • 2012
  • Background: Primary hyperhidrosis is a disorder of excessive sweating, which shares several features with anxiety disorders and has a negative impact on a patient's quality of life. Oral glycopyrrolate is one of the treatments available. There are a few published studies on the use of glycopyrrolate given orally in the treatment of hyperhidrosis. Methods: Thies is study was a review of case notes in a series of 36 patients with primary hyperhidrosis. We made a comparison between the Keller's scale score of a pre-glycopyrrolate medication group and the Keller's scale score f a post-glycopyrrolate medication group. The Milanez de Campos score, Short Form_36 (SF-36) score, Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) score, Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) score, and autonomic nervous system (ANS) scale score were also compared between the two groups. Results: In the post-glycopyrrolate medication group, there were declines in Keller's scale, and Milanez de Campos scale score and BAI score (P < 0.001). In addition, there were increases in SF_36 score in the post-glycopyrrolate medication group (P = 0.03) However, no changes were seen in, BDI score and ANS score in the post-glycopyrrolate medication group (P < 0.001). Conclusions: Glycopyrrolate is an effective initial method of treating primary hyperhidrosis that, reduces anxiety and improve patients' quality of life.

A Study about the Medical Communication Proficiency of Korean Traditional Medical Students Using Standardized Patients of Menopausal Disorder (표준화 갱년기장애환자를 활용한 한의대생의 진료 및 의사소통 수준연구)

  • Park, Kyung-Mi;Cho, Seong-Hee;Yang, Seung-Jung;Shin, Heon-Tae;Choi, Yu-Jin
    • The Journal of Korean Obstetrics and Gynecology
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    • v.32 no.2
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    • pp.100-118
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    • 2019
  • Objectives: The purpose of this study is to analyze clinical performance examination (CPX) ability using standardized patient (SP) in Korean traditional medical school. Methods: Standardized middle-aged female patients were used for clinical examination of 53 medical students, grade 6. The SP and professors assessed their communication skills and level of medical interviews. Results: 1. There is no statistically significant difference between SP score, communication skill score, medical skill score and inter-test score at the extracurricular activities level. 2. There is no statistically significant difference between SP score, communication skill score, medical skill score and inter-test score at number of medical service. 3. There is no statistically significant difference between SP score, communication skill score, medical skill score and inter-test score at personality type. 4. There is a statistically significant positive correlation between SP score, communication skill score and medical skill score. Conclusions: A variety of educational programs and practices should be conducted to improve the level of medical care and communication of Korean traditional medicine students.

Follow - up Study on Functional Change and Aspect of Physical Therapy in Stroke Patients (뇌졸중환자의 물리치료양상 및 기능변화에 관한 추적연구)

  • Yi Seung-Ju
    • The Journal of Korean Physical Therapy
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.41-55
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    • 1998
  • An analysis of 87 stroke Patients who were enrolled in 7 hospitals in cities of Pusan, Taegu, Kumi, and Andong from January 1 to May 31, 1998 was conducted using the modified Barthel Index(BI) and the adapted PULSES profile index(PS) to evaluate their function. Patients were examined at the following intervals : Initial assessment, one month after initial, at discharge, and ore month after discharge. The mean BI score of patients initial assessment was 26.32. and that of PS was 17.34. There were statistically significant between initial score and one month after initial (16.61 : p<0.001), at discharge(33.51 : p<0,001), one month after discharge(43,56 : p<0.001). PS scores were also improved significantly(-2.1, -3. 94, and -5.52(p<0.001), and BI score between discharge and one month after discharge wag significant improvement(10.06 : p <0.001) and in PS score(-1,57 : p<0.001). Age and BI scone were significantly associated with the improved in BI score between initial and discharge (T3-T1)(p<0.05). Below age forty and the lower initial BI score showed significantly higher improvement(T3-T1) after physical therapy(p<0.05). Initial BI score, BI score at discharge, and religion were significantly associated with the improvement of BI score between initial and one month after discharge(T4-T1)(p<0.05). The lower initial BI score, the high. BI score at discharge, and the religious showed significantly higher improvement(T4-T1)(p<0.05). BI score at discharge and religion were significantly associated with the improvement of BI score between at discharge and one month after discharge(T4-T3)(p<0.05). The lower BI score at discharge, the religious showed significantly higher improvement(T4-T3)(p<0.05) Initial PS score were significantly associated with the improved in PS score between initial and discharge(T3-T1)(p<0.05). The higher initial PS score showed significantly hier improvement(T3-T1)(p<0.05). Initial PS score, Bi score at discharge, and patient's attitude for physical therapy after discharge were significantly associated with the improvement of PS score between initial and one month after discharge(T4- T1)(p <0.05). The higher initial PS scorer the lower PS score at discharge, patient's positive attitude for physical therapy after discharge showed significantly higher improvement(T4-T1)(p<0.05). PS score at discharge, Patient's attitude for Physical therapy after discharge were significantly associated with the improvement of PS score between discharge and one month after discharge(T4-T3)(p<0.05). The higher PS score at discharge, patient's positive attitude for physical therapy after discharge showed significantly higher improvement(T4-T3)(p<0.05). In conclusion, Initial BI score, BI score at discharge, age, and religion were significantly associated with BI score improvement. initial PS score, BI score discharge, and patient's attitude for physical therapy after discharge were significantly associated with PS score improvement in stroke patients.

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Drug Consumption and Nutritional Status of the Elderly in Chung-buk Area -III. Psychological Effect on Drug Consumption and Nutritional Status- (충북지역 노인들의 약물복용 및 영양상태 -III. 심리적요인이 약물복용 및 영양상태에 미치는영향 -)

  • 박동연;한경희;김기남
    • Korean Journal of Community Nutrition
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    • v.3 no.2
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    • pp.245-260
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    • 1998
  • The influences of depression and health anxieth on the elderly's drug use and nutritional status were evaluated by interviews with questionaire from August to October in 1996. One hundred and thirty-one male and 231 female elderly in Chung-buk area were the sample for this study. Men's depression score was 22.3 and 25.2 for women, respectively out of 27. Women showed a significantly higher score for depression and health anxiety than men. Gender, age, marital status, number of family, education, income, medical insurance, and mobility and region significantly affected the health anxiety score. The higher depression score the elderly had, the more frequently they took drugs. Conversely. the higher depression score the elderly had, the less frequently they took nutritional supplements. For women, the higher depression score the elderly had, the more they smoked. More depressed elderly showed a significantly smaller BMI compared to the less depressed ones. A negative correlationship existed between the depression score and the elderly's nutrient intakes, especially energy intake which showed a significant negative correlation. There were no significant differences between health anxiety score and nutrient intakes of men. Women who had a higher health anxiety score consumed more energy significantly. The depression score did not affect the elderly's blood biochemical indices. Women who had a low health anxiety score showed a significantly higher HDL-C level.

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