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Menopause or climacteric, just a semantic discussion or has it clinical implications?
(Informa Healthcare, 2014)
Climacteric and menopause are two terms that are indistinctly used to name clinical expected events related to the decline in ovarian function. Thus, in the literature and in clinical settings we read and hear 'menopausal ...
Sleep disorders in climacteric women
Introduction: This paper examines the various factors that contribute to the occurrence of sleep alterations during peri and post climacteric and thus produce significant imperil to women's quality of life. Among the ...
Climacteric, physically active women ingesting their routine diet oxidize more carbohydrates than lipids
(INFORMA HEALTHCARE, 2008)
Objective To investigate the influence of a routine Brazilian diet on the rate of oxidation of energy substrates in climacteric, obese women, who came to the outpatient clinic of the Hospital of the School of Medicine of ...
Knowledge associated with the support provided by couples to climacteric women in Mexican population
(Nursing & Care Open Access Journal, 2019)
Jasmonate profiling and expression of its signaling components during fruit development and ripening in the non-climacteric strawberry
The regulatory mechanisms of fruit ripening in non-climacteric fruits are complex and many hormones could be part of this regulation. Jasmonates (JAs) have been found to play a role in non-climacteric fruit ripening. In this ...
Sertraline improves the somatic and psychological symptoms of the climacteric syndrome
Objective To evaluate the efficacy of sertraline versus placebo in the management of somatic and psychological complaints of the climacteric syndrome. Methods We conducted a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled ...
Desempeño laboral y climaterio en trabajadoras de instituciones públicas
(Sociedad Médica de Santiago, 2005)
Climacteric symptoms in Quechua and Mestizo women from the Andean region of Cusco, Peru: Effects of altitude and ethnicity
Background Latin-American women present a greater severity of climacteric symptoms than women from other parts of the world. Previous studies suggest that this could be due to either its Amerindian crossbreeding or the ...
Is the Menopause Rating Scale accurate for diagnosing sexual dysfunction among climacteric women?
Background: Although several tools have been designed to assess quality of life (QoL) among middle-aged women their capacity to specifically assess sexual dysfunction (SD) remains uncertain. Moreover, if SD impairs QoL ...