PMID: 4666662Oct 1, 1972

A psychological comparison of patients in "open" and "closed" coronary care units

Journal of Psychosomatic Research
H LeighM F Reiser

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

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Oct 1, 1968·The American Journal of Cardiology·B Lown, A Selzer
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Citations

Feb 1, 1975·Journal of Psychosomatic Research·W B Miller, R Rosenfeld
Feb 1, 1977·Social Science & Medicine·S R Doehrman
May 1, 1988·Applied Nursing Research : ANR·K Dracup
Apr 1, 1984·American Journal of Public Health·J P Shonkoff
Oct 15, 2009·Journal of Hospital Medicine : an Official Publication of the Society of Hospital Medicine·Wyatt EhrlanderKatherine Chang Chretien
Apr 14, 2017·European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing : Journal of the Working Group on Cardiovascular Nursing of the European Society of Cardiology·Martina FioriFérenc Los
Jan 1, 1984·Western Journal of Nursing Research·S J Laschinger
Mar 16, 2012·The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews·Amy DrahotaTaraneh P Dean

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Nervousness
Cardiac Arrhythmia
Coronary Care Units
Depressive Symptoms
Hostility
Nurse-Patient Relations
Factor Construct Rating Scales (Fcrs)
Mental Suffering

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