Top of page abstract although the pathobiology of atherosclerosis is a complex multifactorial process, blood flow-induced shear stress has emerged as an essential feature of atherogenesis. It is proposed that masculine gender role socialization affects whether men appraise specific situations as stressful behavioral research on stress and coping has remained relatively blind to the possibility of significant gender role differences in appraising events as stressful. An endoplasmic reticulum (er) stress response and mitochondria-regulated (intrinsic) apoptosis occur in aecs of patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a disease with similarities to asbestosis asbestos induces aec intrinsic apoptosis, but the role of the er is unclear. Abstract the kidney plays a primary role in maintaining homeostasis and detoxification of numerous hydrophilic xenobiotics as well as endogenous compounds.
Abstract the aim of this study was to investigate the level of occupational stress and the influence of role overload, role conflict, and role ambiguity on occupational stress among iranian nurses this study adopts a quantitative correlational study methodology the study sample comprised of 135 nurses. A low-protein diet supplemented with ketoacids plays a more protective role against oxidative stress of rat kidney tissue with 5/6 nephrectomy than a low-protein diet alone - volume 103 issue 4 - xiang gao, jianxiang wu, zheyi dong, can hua, huimin hu, changlin mei. Role stress, in particular, work overload, has been reported as one of the main reasons for nurses leaving the workforce this paper concludes that it is a priority to find new and innovative ways of supporting nurses in their experience of role stress.
The first aim will examine the role of ccl2 as a novel primary mechanism (pathway) mediating the effects of stress on colonic inflammation, by assessing the effects of stress-induced alterations of l reuteri on ccl2 production by colonic epithelial cells and by using ccl2 knockout mice. Organizational role stress originates in organizational demands that are experienced by the individual employees may also bring stress caused by family and financial problems off. Abstract based on data obtained from frontline hotel employees in northern cyprus, this study investigated the effects of role stress and burnout on job performance it was found that role ambiguity decreased job performance while role conflict enhanced job performance the results indicated that diminished personal accomplishment exerted a. Abstract the present study was conducted on 210 managers from different private sector organizations to examine the role of stress (role stress) and locus of control on job satisfaction. Abstract oxidative stress plays an important role in the degeneration of dopaminergic neurons in parkinson’s disease (pd) disruptions in the physiologic maintenance of the redox potential in neurons interfere with several biological processes, ultimately leading to cell death evidence has been developed for oxidative and nitrative damage.
Abstract stress is an important factor known to increase alcohol and drug relapse risk this paper examines the stress-related processes that influence addiction relapse. Role stress among employees: an empirical study of commercial banks 57 f2 role excess f5 role augmentation the second important dimension of role stress lack of scope for escalation of role is the next which emerged from factor analysis is role excess. Abstract in this article, we outline some concepts relating to the use of stress testing in credit risk management we begin by providing a simple taxonomy of stress scenarios and discussing the trade-offs that different approaches require for implementation. Top of page abstract hypertension is considered to be the most important risk factor in the development of cardiovascular disease an increasing body of evidence suggests that oxidative stress. Elena zherebitskaya 3 and paul fernyhough 3, 4 1 department of internal medicine (neurology abstract rabies virus oxidative stress may be important in vivo in rabies and may explain previous observations of the degeneration of neuronal processes.
Background the experience of role stress has been linked to burnout as an important job stressor, but the impact of this stressor in the context of engagement (characterized by vigor, dedication, and absorption) has not yet been sufficiently studied among nurses. From an etiologic point of view, studies concerning the role of adverse life events, personality and lifestyle factors, post-traumatic stress, and negative childhood experiences are reviewed. In this commentary, we discuss the plausibility of the belief that stress contributes to a variety of disease processes and summarize the role of stress in 4 major diseases: clinical depression, cardiovascular disease (cvd), human immunodeficiency virus (hiv)/aids, and cancer. The experience of role stress has been found to be moderated by various factors due to which some people are better able to handle role stress and others are not out of these various factors, the.
Abstract stress is a potential contributor to chronic hyperglycemia in diabetes stress has long been shown to have major effects on metabolic activity. The role of early life stress in adult psychiatric disorders: abstract author information early life stress (els sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse, physical neglect, and emotional neglect) has been the focus of numerous studies it has. Abstract endoplasmic reticulum (er) stress has been identified as an important contributor to neurological diseases and implicated in mediating hypothalamic inflammation and the hypertensive effects of angiotensin ii (angii. The blood-brain barrier is a dynamic interface between the blood and the central nervous system (cns), that controls the influx and efflux of biological substances needed for the brain metabolic processes, as well as for neuronal function.
Gcs play a key role in promoting the development of resilience or susceptibility associated with the development of stress-induced addiction and represent important pharmacotherapeutic targets that can reduce the impact of a maladapted stress system for the treatment of stress-induced addiction. The aim of the study is to explore whether there is an effect of “role stress” on the employees‘occupational well-being using a sample of 180 sales representatives working in the pharmaceutical companies in izmir, the present study set out to examine the relationships among role stress and the employees‘occupational well-being.
The theoretical framework of this article is based on the description of occupational role stress by kahn, wolfe, quinn, and snoek (1964) and beehr (1987) the present study is an examination of. Abstract evidence suggests that stressful experiences might affect diabetes, in terms of both its onset and its exacerbation in this article, the authors review some of this evidence and consider ways in which stress might affect diabetes, both through physiological mechanisms and via behavior. View this abstract online role stress amongst nurses at the workplace: concept analysis j nurs manag background: role stress has become a significant problem amongst nurses and has created much distress leading to burnout among many in the nursing profession it is significant to analyse the concept of role stress and its relative.