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Volume: 42 Issue: 3

1. A Comparison of the Rates of Hemolysis and Repeated Blood Sampling using Syringe needles versus Vacuum tube needles in the Emergency Department. Page:443—451
2. Health-related Quality of Life in Korean Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis: Association with Pain, Disease Activity, Disability in Activities of Daily Living and Depression. Page:434—442
3. Accuracy, Precision, and Validity of Fever Detection using Non-invasive Temperature Measurement in Adult Coronary Care Unit Patients with Pulmonary Catheters. Page:424—433
4. Development and validation of the Korean Nursing Delirium Scale. Page:414—423
5. Effects of A-solution on Halitosis and Oral Status in Preoperative NPO Patients. Page:405—413
6. Risk Factors and Features of Critically Ill Patients with Deep Vein Thrombosis in Lower Extremities. Page:396—404
7. Development and Validation of Self-Efficacy Scale for Self-Management of Breast Cancer (SESSM-B). Page:385—395
8. Factors Affecting Preparation Stage to Quit Smoking in Men. Page:377—384
9. Effects of a Yoga-focused Prenatal Program on Stress, Anxiety, Self Confidence and Labor Pain in Pregnant Women with In Vitro Fertilization Treatment. Page:369—376
10. Nurses' Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Performance during the First 5 minutes in In-Situ Simulated Cardiac Arrest. Page:361—368
11. A Proposal to Improve Nursing Fee Differentiation Policy for General Hospitals Using Profitability-Analysis in the National Health Insurance. Page:351—360
12. Subjectivity of Nursing College Students' Awareness of Gender Equality: An Application of Q-methodology. Page:342—350
13. The Effects of Pre-operative Visual Information and Parental Presence Intervention on Anxiety, Delirium, and Pain of Post-Operative Pediatric Patients in PACU. Page:333—341
14. Development and Evaluation of a Small Group-based Cardiocerebrovascular Disease Prevention Education Program for Male Bus Drivers. Page:322—332
15. Structural Equation Modeling on Successful Aging in Elders: Focused on Selection, Optimization, Compensation Strategy. Page:311—321