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Mohan Madisetti

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentNursing
AddressP.O. Box MSC 160
425
College of Nursing - 99 Jonathan Lucas St.
Phone843-792-2059
Fax843-792-1741
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    1. Kelechi TJ, Dooley MJ, Mueller M, Madisetti M, Prentice MA. Symptoms Associated With Chronic Venous Disease in Response to a Cooling Treatment Compared to Placebo: A Randomized Clinical Trial. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2018 Jul/Aug; 45(4):301-309. PMID: 29846278.
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    2. Kelechi TJ, Mueller M, Madisetti M, Prentice MA, Dooley MJ. Effectiveness of cooling therapy (cryotherapy) on leg pain and self-efficacy in patients with chronic venous disease: A randomized controlled trial. Int J Nurs Stud. 2018 Oct; 86:1-10. PMID: 29957362.
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    3. Kelechi TJ, Mueller M, Madisetti M, Prentice MA, Dooley MJ. Does cryotherapy improve skin circulation compared with compression and elevation in preventing venous leg ulcers? Int Wound J. 2017 Aug; 14(4):641-648. PMID: 27511115.
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    4. Kelechi TJ, Madisetti M, Mueller M, Dooley M, Prentice M. Self-monitoring of lower leg skin temperature: accuracy of self-reported data and adherence to a cooling protocol for the prevention of venous leg ulcers. Patient Prefer Adherence. 2015; 9:1751-61. PMID: 26719678.
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    5. Kelechi TJ, Mueller M, King DE, Madisetti M, Prentice M. Impact of daily cooling treatment on skin inflammation in patients with chronic venous disease. J Tissue Viability. 2015 May; 24(2):71-9. PMID: 25703058.
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    6. Zapka J, Amella E, Magwood G, Madisetti M, Garrow D, Batchelor-Aselage M. Challenges in efficacy research: the case of feeding alternatives in patients with dementia. J Adv Nurs. 2014 Sep; 70(9):2072-2085. PMID: 24612316.
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