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Like death, the defining human reality underlying our relationships and views of life's meaning, the experiences and activities of undertakers, remains an uncommon subject for psychological research. Existential anxiety roots a society-wide denial of the fundamental nature of death. which necessitates the development of institutions to take responsibility for the dying and dead. As the image and service of the stigmatised funeral industry improves, society's experience of death should become more meaningful. The overview of the research into these topics noted the need for further studies. Within a holistic, ecosystemic epistemology, this study adopted a qualitative approach and case study method, which provided descriptions of the ecology, contexts, and relationships characteristic .of the undertaker's vocation by focussing ...
Management of second- and third-trimester fetal death in the presence of placenta previa is a dilemma for obstetricians. We herein describe a case of fetal death occurring at 23 weeks' gestation in the presence of placenta previa. Three weeks of expectant management failed to reduce uteroplacental blood perfusion evaluated with pulsatility index of the uterine artery. Labor was then induced with gemeprost vaginal pessary following overnight laminaria pretreatment. Vaginal delivery was achieved with total blood loss of 1900 ml. Homologous blood transfusion was obviated owing to autologous blood that had been stored during the waiting period.
A study was carried out in Glasgow of the cause of death in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Purpose: This paper aims to assess whether disability occurrence is related more strongly to proximity to death than to age. Method: Self reported disability and vital status were available from six annual waves and a subsequent 12-year mortality follow-up of the Dutch GLOBE longitudinal study. Logit and Poisson regression methods were used to study associations of disability occurrence with age and with proximity to death. Results: For disability in activities of daily living (ADL), regression models with proximity to death had better goodness of fit than models with age. With approaching death, the odds for ADL disability prevalence and incidence rates increased 20.0% and 18.9% per year, whereas severity increased 4.1% per year. For the ages younger than 60, 60-69 and older than 70 years, the odds for ADL disability prevalence incre...
abstractPurpose: This paper aims to assess whether disability occurrence is related more strongly to proximity to death than to age. Method: Self reported disability and vital status were available from six annual waves and a subsequent 12-year mortality follow-up of the Dutch GLOBE longitudinal study. Logit and Poisson regression methods were used to study associations of disability occurrence with age and with proximity to death. Results: For disability in activities of daily living (ADL), regression models with proximity to death had better goodness of fit than models with age. With approaching death, the odds for ADL disability prevalence and incidence rates increased 20.0% and 18.9% per year, whereas severity increased 4.1% per year. For the ages younger than 60, 60-69 and older than 70 years, the odds for ADL disability prevalen...
Overlaying was a common nineteenth century explanation of sudden infant death while bedsharing. This thesis shows that in many cases the term overlaying was a misnomer, and instead it identifies infant overlaying death as a socio-structural historical event that can best be understood within a sociological and social constructionist framework. It expands on the work of Giddens, Elias and Archer to develop a theoretical perspective that incorporates ideas about structuration, sequestration, figuration and reflexivity. It also deploys concepts such as motherhood, infancy, infant care, the family and intimacy to explore and analyse its research materials and develops two further explanatory concepts; reflexive motherhood and the sequestration of infancy. The thesis uses ideas around discourse as socio-structural conditions of action in or...
Department of Oncology, Gasthuisberg University Hospital Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.
Costs associated with the publication of this thesis were financially supported by PerkinElmer, Percuros BV, LI-COR Biosciences, Ilumicare BV and the Department of Radiology of Leiden University Medical Center.The studies presented in this thesis were supported by the Center for Translational Molecular Medicine, project MUSIS (grant 03O-202), the Netherlands
Charitable bequests are a major source of income for charities but surprisingly little is known about them. The aim of this paper is to propose a multi-stage framework for analysing the bequest decision and to examine the evidence for Great Britain provided by new data on estates. The novelty of the framework is that it distinguishes between the different steps that lead to a charitable bequest. Our new data for Britain have the advantage of covering the whole population, in contrast to much of the US literature based on the small fraction of the population covered by estate tax returns. We focus on the relationship with wealth at death, on the form of the bequest, and on the different causes to which people bequeath.
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