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American Journal of Scientific Research and Reviews (ISSN: 2641-3906) is an open access journal publishing research articles, review articles, editorials and letters to the editor.

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To enlighten the benefits of breastfeeding and investigate the influence of breastfeeding preparation and techniques on the frequencies of exclusive breastfeeding

Lemos N.D.C.B1; Monteiro J.P.A2; Anjos F.B.R3
Breastfeeding is internationally promoted as the ideal method of infant nutrition due to its numerous benefits to mothers, children, and communities. To enlighten the benefits of breastfeeding and to investigate the influence of breastfeeding preparation and techniques on the frequencies of exclusive breastfeeding. This systematic literature review was built from a bibliography research of scientific papers, publications and materials available on the Internet in English and Portuguese. From this research, four essencial themes were identified: benefits of breastfeeding, clinical management of breastfeeding, breastfeeding preparation and techniques, pain and discomfort in the practice of breastfeeding and nipple trauma. In the end, it was possible to notice that counseling sections with the mother throughout the pregnancy and after giving birth are fundamental to the effectiveness and exclusivity of breastfeeding.

To analyze the scientific evidences about nursing assistence in the management of oral mucositis in oncology patientes

Santana J.C1; Barbosa I.C.L2; Melo R.R2; Santos T.C.L2; Silva L.D2; Rodrigues A.J.3
Oral mucositis is a sequel of citoredutivo treatment induced by radiotherapy and / or chemotherapy, with signs and symptoms ranging from pain, swelling and burning sensation, to ulcerations in the oral mucosa. The nursig staff shoud be able to offer therapies that give the patient better quality of life, once because the professionals devolps closer contact with the patient and family. To analyze the scientific evidences about nursing assistence in the management of oral mucositis in oncology patientes. Integrative Review in databases LILACS, Scopus, SciELO, LILACS and BDENF with complete articles published in the last 10 years, in Portuguese, English and Spanish. It was demonstrated that nurses can provide treatments such as oral hygiene, administration of analgesics, cryotherapy, treatment of xerostomia, chlorhexidine rinses, sodium bicarbonate and other substances that promotes pain control in patients with consequent increase of quality of life. The impact of nurses' actions in improving the patient, control of oral mucositis, as well as studies that generate strong evidence for the development and / or enhancement of new nursing care are aspects to consider this issue.

To assess the presence of depressive symptoms in children

Sá L. A.1; Silva M. G. N. N.2, Oliveira J. Q.3; Souza A. C. 4, Andrade J. M.5
Depression is a disorder that interferes in lives of human beings in a broad and comprehensive manner in several respects. Objectives: To assess the presence of depressive symptoms in children and make a comparison between two different groups. The research is a pilot study, who is results of a Masters dissertation who is in development. It counted on two types of samples totaling 36 children. Was realized analyzes mean comparison between samples using the Student t test for independent samples. After accomplish the analyzes between the groups previously discriminated against in the survey, it was found that there was no statistically significant difference in the total score for the instrument of depressive symptoms between the clinical and the school group. However, when the analysis was redone and the groups were outlined by a median, it was found that there was statistically significant difference in the total score for the instrument of depressive symptoms between the upper and lower group. At the end of the study it was concluded that their main objective was successfully achieved. Nevertheless, this is still an early study, which needs to be given continuity and enhanced in order to obtain even more scathing informations.
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1. Avinaba Mukherjee, Sourav Sikdar, Anisur Rahman Khuda-Bukhsh. Evaluation of ameliorative potential of isolated flavonol fractions from Thuja occidentalis in lung cancer cells and in Benzo(a) pyrene induced lung toxicity in mice. International Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine, 2016; 1(1): 0001-0013.

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