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  • Lung cancer mortality attributable to residential radon exposure in Spain and its regions 

    Ruano Raviña, Alberto; Varela Lema, Leonor; García Talavera, Marta; García-Gómez, Montserrat; González Muñoz, Santiago; Santiago Pérez, María Isolina; Rey-Brandariz, Julia; Barros Dios, Juan Miguel; Pérez Ríos, Mónica (Elsevier, 2021)
    Lung cancer has the highest cancer mortality rate in developed countries. The principal risk factor for lung cancer is tobacco use, with residential radon being the leading risk factor among never smokers and the second ...
  • Attitudes and knowledge in blood donation among nursing students: a cross-sectional study in Spain and Portugal 

    Martínez Santos, Alba Elena; Fernández de la Iglesia, Josefa del Carmen; Pazos Couselo, Marcos; Bernardo Gonçalves Marques, Ermelinda Maria; Veríssimo, Ana Cristina; Rodríguez González, Raquel (Elsevier, 2021)
    Background: Blood donors are key in meeting the ever-increasing blood requirements worldwide. The Spanish and Portuguese donation systems are based on altruism and voluntariness. However, nursing students may not be fully ...
  • Determination of antidepressants and benzodiazepines in paired hair and nail samples 

    Cobo Golpe, María; Castro Ríos, Ana de; Cruz Landeira, Angelines; Páramo Fernández, Mario; LOPEZ-RIVADULLA, MANUEL; Lendoiro Belio, Elena (Elsevier, 2021)
    Hair and nails are keratinized matrices that can be used in Toxicology as matrices for the long-term detection of substances. Whereas hair is an established matrix with decades of use in this field, nails have been less ...
  • Care tasks and impact of caring in primary family caregivers: a cross-sectional study from a nursing perspective 

    Martínez Santos, Alba Elena; Vicho de la Fuente, Noelia; Facal Mayo, David; Vilanova Trillo, Lucía; Gandoy Crego, Manuel; Rodríguez González, Raquel (Elsevier, 2021)
    Family caregivers of persons with dementia often experience a negative impact on their health. More studies based on nursing theories are needed to improve the provision of care
  • Performing simulated basic life support without seeing: blind vs. blindfolded people 

    Martínez Isasi, Santiago; Jorge Soto, Cristina; Barcala Furelos, Roberto; Abelairas Gómez, Cristian; Carballo Fazanes, Aida; Fernández Méndez, Felipe; Gómez González, Candela; Nadkarni, Vinay; Rodríguez Núñez, Antonio (MDPI, 2021)
    Previous pilot experience has shown the ability of visually impaired and blind people (BP) to learn basic life support (BLS), but no studies have compared their abilities with blindfolded people (BFP) after participating ...

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