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O assess a range of pregnancy symptoms, and determine the impact those symptoms have on quality of life.attend the Maternity Outpatient Department (MOPD). A mixed methods design was used; Figure 1 shows the framework for the development and testing of the instrument. Inventory development and testing included the use of interviews, surveys and focus group methods. Participants were medical and mid
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Dents of domestic violence of women, 46 sustained minor physical injuries, 20 moderate physical injuries and 6 severe physical injuries [39]. In Ireland, a study found that 46 of women attending the general practice who experienced violent behavior had been injured [22].The proportion of emotional distress and suicidal thought behaviors and attempts among physically abused women this study was
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Ater. A second group of 20 women were sent their first questionnaire to complete at home before a planned visit and were then asked to repeat the inventory while waiting for their planned appointment. This was done to overcome a potential bias that suggests that answers may vary, depending on the environment in which the survey is administered [14]. Results The test re test reliability was between
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Ce score B Age Gender Ethnicity Marital status Occupation Presence of chronic medical illness Perceived dangerous PSI value The actual PSI value at the time of survey Personal possession of N-95 mask Perceived usefulness of N-95 mask Total number of physical symptomsIES-R = Impact of Event Scale - Revised.Mean intrusion score SE RMean hyper-arousal score SE RTotal mean IES-R score SE RTotal IES-R
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To attend emergency department as a result of physical complications. Our participants were more informed about the ongoing haze, associated possible physical dangers as well as the steps taken by the government. These factors might have influenced their responses. Third, the list of physical symptoms was derived from general medical knowledge and it was not designed to detect specific physical sy
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And mild psychological disturbances in healthy individuals. We hope that our results will raise the global awareness of the negative effects of haze on the physical and mental health of humans. Our findings provide guidance to the health authorities to focus on reducing physical symptoms, especially headache, eye, nose and throat discomfort and breathing difficulty, in order to reduce psychologica
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Ological stress. Regional organization such as the ASEAN should formulate and reinforce policies to prevent future illegal burning in farms and plantations as a cheap way to prepare land for agricultural use.Competing interests 1. In the past five years have you received reimbursements, fees, funding, or salary from an organization that may in any way gain or lose financially from the publication
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Th families. There are several limitations in this study. First, the 2013 Southeast Asian haze crisis was a temporary perturbation on the ecosystem which lasted for one week. Therefore, the period of exposure to the haze was short. We could only study the acute physical symptoms and psychological stress. Our results cannot be generalized to sub-acute and long-term physical and psychological compli

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