Intercurrence


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In`ter`cur´rence


n.1.A passing or running between; occurrence.
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One study (20) performed with 65 medical files analyzed the complications experienced by individuals undergoing hemodialysis and reports that hypothermia was the second most prevalent intercurrence in this population.
Royal Princess will then sail among the islands surrounding the Antarctic Peninsula, including Elephant Island, Esperanza Station, Deception Island, Intercurrence Island and Sigma Island.
It is necessary to discuss where care should be performed, especially before acute mental health intercurrences during hospitalizations in the socio-educational system.
Breastfeeding is mostly focused on the infant's needs only, disregarding that it is crucial to care, train and prepare the nursing mother for the establishment of a breastfeeding practice without intercurrences [12,21].
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