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Introduction. The adoption of correct walking patterns is an indicator of the locomotor system readiness to establish optimal interaction between body force and the surface, and the way of creating pressure exerted by the feet during the walking cycle. The aim was to examine how the speed and characteristics of the terrain affect the distribution o...

By Dijana Laštro, Olivera Pilipović Spasojević, Mirsad Muftić

30.06.2022. Original Scientific Articles
Reading ability of young school-age children

Introduction. Reading is a complex linguistic and cognitive ability, acquired through learning. Children of typical development in the first four years of school completely master the reading skill. However, some children may have difficulty learning to read despite their preserved intellectual abilities and adequate training. The aim of this paper...

By Mile Vuković, Rada Reljić Trivković, Slađana Ćalasan

Introduction. The human voice is an important characteristic that enables the distinction of human from other living beings. Otherwise, it represents a picture of a person ́s personality, his health, mental and emotional state. The research aims are to determine the voice characteristics of vocal professionals with diagnosed vocal cord nodules by s...

By Mila Bunijevac, Zlatko Maksimović, Andrijana Mikić

Introduction. Detection of early carious lesion and its remineralization is the most effective way for caries treatment. The aim of this study is to compare effectiveness of remineralization of the early carious lesions with different fluoride varnishes. Method. The research included 30 children, girls and boys, aged 12 and 13, in whom the presenc...

By Ranka Knežević, Jovan Vojinović

Introduction. The patient and his safety should be at the center of quality health care, which is a challenge for every health system. Adverse patient outcomes (APO) are defined as damage caused by a drug or other intervention in a primary, secondary or tertiary health care facility, which results in a complication of the primary or the emergence o...

By Ivana Vukotić, Mile Despotović, Bojan Joksimović, Dejan Bokonjić, Biljana Mijović, Milena Božinović, Radmila Balaban, Maja Abazović, Kristina Drašković, Marija Milić

Introduction. According to the data of the World Health Organization (WHO), mental illnesses are on the rise. The World Health Report estimates that today about 1 billion people suffer from mental and behavioral disorders or psychosocial problems such as those related to alcohol and drug abuse. Stigmatization of the mentally ill is one of the burni...

By Srdjan Živanović, Veselinka Kulić, Bojan Joksimović, Vedrana Joksimović, Marija Milić

Introduction. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines burnout syndrome as a condition caused by chronic stress at work, which may be associated with the onset and worsening of psychosomatic illnesses and the quality of life of sufferers. The aim of the work was to determine the prevalence of burnout syndrome in the population of people with lea...

By Vesna Krstović Spremo, Sanja Marić, Ljiljana Kulić

Introduction. Mutations in TMEM38B gene, which encodes the endoplasmatic reticulum membrane trimeric intracellular cation channel (TRIC) type B, cause osteogenesis imperfecta type XIV. So far there have been only four different pathogenic variants reported in TMEM38B. Clinical features of osteogenesis imperfecta type XIV described in scarce reports...

By Nikola Georgijev, Slobodan Gazikalović, Zoran Paunović, Nikola Ilić, Adrijan Sarajlija

Speech is a way of communication formed by rhythmic units of syllables, words and sentences, and as such is inherent in man, the only being whose organs and psyche are trained for this process. Delayed speech is defined as a phenomenon in which a child does not start speaking on time, or there are errors in the speech pattern that are not appropria...

By Ana Lukić, Bojan Joksimović, Jelena Vidojević, Kristina Drašković, Aleksandar Tanović, Veljko Marić, Nenad Lalović, Vesna Krstović Spremo, Siniša Ristić

Emotional intelligence and health care are closely linked. Empathy is regarded as one of key dimensions of emotional intelligence. The nursing profession has numerous general, but also generic, competencies which requires not only technical knowledge, but also psychological support in everyday work. The aim of this review paper is to point out the ...

By Nina Stoičević, Tamara Milosavljević, Jelena Pavlović