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Seong-Hyun Park and Richard H. Mattson

, it would be useful to develop nonpharmacological approaches to improving the patient experiences with pain and stress during hospitalization. To promote the speed of postoperative recovery and to improve the quality of life during hospitalizations, it

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Seong-Hyun Park and Richard H. Mattson

(e.g., vomiting, headaches, nausea, and pain at the incision site), drug dependency, and even be fatal if not properly administered ( Abbott and Abbott, 1995 ; Coniam and Diamond, 1994 ). Therefore, it would be useful to develop nonpharmacologic

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Hui He, Tingting Li, Fan Zhou, Qianjun Yang, Luyun Hu, and Yanwei Yu

group ( Han et al., 2008 ). To date, there are still few nonpharmacological treatments for EPSs in patients with schizophrenia. But complementary treatments have a positive effect on improving clinical outcomes and reducing iatrogenic injuries ( Zessin

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Seon-Ok Kim, Su-Been Pyun, and Sin-Ae Park

therapy as non-pharmacological treatment for the improvement of cognitive function and BPSD in dementia Konkuk Univ. Seoul PhD Diss Corsi-Cabrera, M. Ramos, J. Guevara, M.A. Arce, C. Gutierrez, S. 1993 Gender differences in the EEG during

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Sin-Ae Park, A-Young Lee, Ki-Cheol Son, Wang-Lok Lee, and Dae-Sik Kim

frail elderly persons undergoing ambulatory rehabilitation is related to their nutritional status J. Nutr. Health Aging 12 721 726 Cho, M.K. 2008 Horticultural therapy as non-pharmacological treatment for the improvement of cognitive function and BPSD in