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  • Pain detection through biosignal analysis.

    Η.Μ.U, School of Engineering (ScENG), Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept
    Authors: Kalogeraki, Maria
    Thesis advisor: Tsiknakis, Emmanouil
    Publication Date: 2022-05-12
    Pain is a complex and subjective experience. Accurate detection of pain is an important tool in assessing patients' health within the medical community. Current approaches for the detection and estimation of pain include ...
  • Perception of nurses in Crete about pain who is experiencing the patient.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Nursing Department
    Authors: Manousaka, Alexandra; Bakali, Evaggelia; Ouera, Ariane
    Thesis advisor: Giachnakis, Manolis
    Publication Date: 10-06-2009
  • Evaluation of the quality of life of rheumatologic patients.

    H.M.U., School of Health Sciences (SHS) MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice in Health Sciences
    Authors: Stamataki, Maria
    Thesis advisor: Vlasiadis, Konstantinos
    Publication Date: 2021-11-04
    Introduction: There are some factors that are crucial for the quality of life in a patient with rheumatic diseases such as the absence of pain, good sleep quality, maintenance of sexual activity, lack of morning ...
  • Evaluation of pain in oncology patients.

    Η.Μ.U, School of Health Sciences (SHS), Nursing Dept.
    Authors: Alexaki, Vasiliki; Anypsitaki, Despoina; Araviaki, Kalliopi
    Thesis advisor: Konstantinidis, Theocharis
    Publication Date: 2022-04-04
    Introduction: Pain in cancer patients is a common symptom, especially in an advanced stage, which significantly affects their quality of life and requires immediate therapeutic intervention. Purpose: This study aims to ...
  • Knowledge and attitudes of graduate nursing students toward pain.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Nursing Department
    Authors: Liakou, Aikaterini; Loukaki, Aikaterini; Sopasi, Chrysi
    Thesis advisor: Rovithis, Michail
    Publication Date: 08-07-2009
  • Investigation of the frequency of musculoskeletal disorders in nursing staff at a public hospital of Crete.

    Η.Μ.U, School of Health Sciences (SHS), Nursing Dept.
    Authors: Louli, Elnta; Tzengkiz, Esra
    Thesis advisor: Rovithis, Michail
    Publication Date: 2020-06-15
    Introduction: Nursing as a profession is proving to be particularly burdensome for the musculoskeletal system. Musculoskeletal disorders, which are caused by the execution of nursing procedures, are among the most common ...
  • The nurse in the management of acute postoperative pain.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Nursing Department
    Authors: Garmpidaki, Anna; Zacharioudaki, Aikaterini; Zacharioudaki, Maria-Eleni
    Thesis advisor: Stavroulakis, Stelios
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
  • Holistic nursing management of patients with chronic pain.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Nursing Department
    Authors: Kalogeraki, Dimitra; Savviou, Paraskevi
    Thesis advisor: Vilanaki, Aikaterini
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
  • Pain: Approaches to topics that concern it.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Nursing Department
    Authors: Nikitaki, Pinelopi
    Thesis advisor: Kotzampasaki, Theonymfi
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
  • Attitudes - views of nurses to treat cancer pain.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Nursing Department
    Authors: Vasilaki, Anna; Peraki, Maria
    Thesis advisor: Merkouris, Anastasios
    Publication Date: 03-07-2009
  • Knowledge and attitudes of the nurses towards pain and factors that influence it.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Nursing Department
    Authors: Stagaki, Styliani; Fousianis, Anastasios; Christodoulaki, Eleni
    Thesis advisor: Rovithis, Michail
    Publication Date: 2019-07-09
    The phenomenon of pain has occupied and continues to occupy the scientific community worldwide. The plethora of scientific studies proves the difficulty of accurately defining its meaning due to the complexity and subjectivity ...