anxiety level

anxiety level

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as severity of manifested apprehension, tension, or uneasiness arising from an unidentifiable source. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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It appeared that participants' self-esteem differed significantly according to gender and class level variables; however, it was determined that social anxiety level differs according to class level variable.
19) This suggests that irrespective of whether children have more caries lesions or deeper lesions, caries experience and severity does not play a substantial role in the anxiety level of children.
The result of the study showed the death anxiety level to be moderate among the inpatients at the Medical and Surgery clinics, with Surgery inpatients showing a higher death anxiety.
This study aims to measure student-teachers' self-efficacy and anxiety at their school placement and explore the relationship between self-efficacy and anxiety level in student-teachers.
Extreme anxiety level was found more in younger age and in female patients.
Studies conducted thus far have indicated that many nurses have experienced various emotional disturbances, characterised by high anxiety level [8-11].
More precisely, we wonder whether an individual with high anxiety level has lower treatment compliance and whether gender influences the attitude toward medication in close connection with anxiety.
However psychological relaxation techniques such as distraction and imagery have significantly reduced the anxiety level.
In fact, Benson muscle relaxation is an effective nondrug method to decrease anxiety level in patients awaiting invasive diagnostic surgeries like cardiac catheterization and it is one of the best methods of muscle relaxation.
There was no difference in anxiety level between those with a normal screen and those with a false-positive screen.
Interestingly, the study found that a patient's anxiety level leading up to the surgery had a direct and independent effect on pain experienced after the operation.