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Representa??es Sociais das implica??es legais da infec??o hospitalar e de seu controle
Sousa, Cristina Maria Miranda de;Feitosa, Maria do Socorro;Moura, Maria Eliete Batista;Silva, Antonia Oliveira;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672007000400013
Abstract: the study aimed at learning the social representations of the legal implications of hospital infections (hi) and analyze how these representations are articulated with the quality of work developed by the health and law professionals.the data were produced through interviews and processed by software alceste4.8. the descendant hierarchical analysis showed 04 classes of words, that objected the legal implications of hi, anchored in the ideological, historical and socio-cultural aspects, in the rights that the health user has not run risks, resulting of occurences caused by negligence of involved in the process having to be fiscalized by the competent organs in order the responsibles answer civily and penaltily, miscase or miscare in hospital assistance.
Os direitos dos usuários da saúde em casos de infec??o hospitalar
Sousa, Cristina Maria Miranda de;Alves, Maria do Socorro da Costa Feitosa;Moura, Maria Eliete Batista;Silva, Antonia Oliveira;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672008000400002
Abstract: the study aimed ar apprehending the social representations of the health users in case of hospital infection. exploratory research with 28 health and law professionals and of a public hospital of teresina-pi. the data were produced through the interviews and processed by the software alceste 4.8. the hierarchical descendent analysis showed 4 classes of words that sized up a conflict between the proposals of the program of infection control and the practicing of health professionals, seeing that negligencing the psychological aspects and direct the focus of the attention to economical, biological and epidemiological aspects, with much attention to the rights that the health users have to be waited on the hospitals without running risk of acquiring a hospital infection.
Representa es sociais do Biodireito elaboradas pelos estudantes de enfermagem e direito
Cristina Maria Miranda de Sousa,Maria Eliete Batista Moura,Maria do Socorro da Costa Feitosa Alves,Robert?nio Santos Pessoa
Revista Eletr?nica de Enfermagem , 2007,
Abstract: Este estudo tem como objeto as Representa es Sociais do Biodireito. Objetivou apreender as Representa es Sociais do Biodireito e analisar como essas representa es se articulam com a qualidade das a es desenvolvidas por esses estudantes de gradua o em enfermagem e direito relacionadas à preven o e ao controle das infec es hospitalares. Trata-se de pesquisa exploratória, desenvolvida na Faculdade NOVAFAPI, com 178 estudantes, que foram submetidos ao Teste de Associa o Livre de Palavras e feito a Análise Fatorial de Correspondência. Os estudantes de direito, representaram o Biodireito como o direito à vida, prote o ao meio ambiente, ecossistema, ciência e ética. Os estudantes de Enfermagem representaram o Biodireito como o estudo do direito, o advogado como protetor do povo, justi a, ecologia, vida, estabilidade, dignidade, direito do cidad o a ter saúde, justi a e ética. Assim, o Biodireito foi relacionado n o somente com a vida e meio ambiente, mas também com a justi a social.
Responsabilidade civil dos profissionais de enfermagem nos procedimentos invasivos
Sousa, Cristina Maria Miranda de;Moura, Maria Eliete Batista;Santos, Ana Maria Ribeiro dos;Nunes, Benevina Maria Vilar Teixeira;Alves, Maria do Socorro Costa Feitosa;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672009000500011
Abstract: this study had as objective to apprehend the social representation of damage liability of nursing in the invasive procedures elaborated by the professionals of the area. it treats of a qualitaitve research, developed in a public hospital with 64 fellows. the data were produced from the free association words test, processed by software tri-deux mots, being done correspondence factorial analysis. the fellow's representational field indicated favorable attitudes in relation to the invasive procedures stimulus. the conceptions about hospital infection stimulus demonstrated a broad vision of hospital infection problem and its serious consequences. however it was not observed preoccupation and manifestation in the fellow's social representations about the civil responsibilities of nursing professional.
Infec??o hospitalar no olhar de enfermeiros portugueses: representa??es sociais
Moura, Maria Eliete Batista;Ramos, Maria Natália;Sousa, Cristina Maria Miranda de;Silva, Antonia Oliveira;Alves, Maria do Socorro da Costa Feitosa;
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-07072008000400016
Abstract: hospital infection is a complex and conflicting phenomenon in which influences of the socio-cultural nature must be considered. the objective of this study is to better understand the social representations about hospital infections as elaborated by portuguese nurses. this is an exploratory study developed by 35 nurses in lisboa, portugal, who worked in the hospital area. the data was produced through in-depth interviews administered from november, 2006, to february, 2007, and submitted to the thematic content analysis technique. the results point out three different symbolic categories in which the subjects describe the concept of hospital infection, talk about nursing practices facing hospital infections, and the perception of hospital administrators in hospital infection prevention and control. among the nurses, one observes a concern for the aspects related to institutional and functional policies adopted in the prevention and treatment of hospital infections.
Accuracy of simple urine tests for diagnosis of urinary tract infections in low-risk pregnant women
Feitosa, Danielle Cristina Alves;Silva, Márcia Guimar?es da;Parada, Cristina Maria Garcia de Lima;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692009000400012
Abstract: anatomic and physiological alterations during pregnancy predispose pregnant women to urinary tract infections (uti). this study aimed to identify the accuracy of the simple urine test for uti diagnosis in low-risk pregnant women. diagnostic test performance was conducted in botucatu, sp, involving 230 pregnant women, between 2006 and 2008. results showed 10% uti prevalence. sensitivity, specificity and accuracy of the simple urine test were 95.6%, 63.3% and 66.5%, respectively, in relation to uti diagnoses. the analysis of positive (ppv) and negative (npv) predictive values showed that, when a regular simple urine test was performed, the chance of uti occurrence was small (npv 99.2%). in view of an altered result for such a test, the possibility of uti existence was small (ppv 22.4%). it was concluded that the accuracy of the simple urine test as a diagnostic means for uti was low, and that performing a urine culture is essential for appropriate diagnosis.
Health, Aging and Quality of Life: An Evaluation of Experience in Family Health Unit through Popular Education  [PDF]
Cristina Katya Torres Teixeira Mendes, Fabia Barbosa de Andrade, Danielle Nóbrega de Castro, Maria do Socorro Feitosa Alves, Gilson de Vasconcelos Torres, Maria Adelaide Paredes Moreira, Antonia Oliveira Silva
Health (Health) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/health.2014.615229
Abstract: This study aims to assess the implementation of the Health, Aging and Quality of Life. The specific objectives were executed by conducting activities with the elderly through generative themes with an emphasis on health, aging and quality of life; evaluation of the experience of older people in Unity Family Health with Popular Education; analyzing the evolution of indicators of health and quality of life of elderly patients after two years and ascertaining the effectiveness of Popular Education in the elderly group in the Family Health Unit. This is an exploratory study approved by the Ethics and Research Committee UFPB/CCS, number 0598/08 held on Primary Health Care. The project consists of two lines of integrated activities: Group Active Ageing (GEA), which brings together seniors for addressing issues related to healthy aging and the Multidimensional Health Assessment and Quality of Life through the WHOQOL-BREF. The activities were built in fortnightly meetings from the dialogue where experiences are shared and collective needs. Thus, relevant topics were suggested for the group: guidelines on physical activity, nutrition, chronic disease prevention, self-esteem, among others, and group dynamics as body stretching, stretching exercises, respiratory, metabolic and relaxation. The observed results are the very satisfactions group, reported through testimonies and translated by the enthusiasm and diligence in participation. This project promoted a better bio-psycho-social development of the elderly, reinforcing its identity by promoting and facilitating the expression of their potential positive and arousing them to a better future life prospects and community socialization feelings.
Surto de diarréia por rotavírus no município de Bom Jesus (PI)
Araújo,Telma Maria Evangelista de; Dantas,Jordania Miranda; Carvalho,Carlos Eduardo Feitosa; Costa,Maria Amélia de Oliveira;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232010000700010
Abstract: this study focused a diarrhea outbreak caused by rotavirus in a city of piauí state aiming to identify the etiology, protocol of assistance to cases. a case series was carried out with 22 children assisted for acute diarrhea in 2006 in health units of bom jesus city. the data were collected by means of interviews utilizing forms that were with the help of the children's parents and analysis of the appointment files was performed. most of the families (59.1%) had a monthly income inferior to the minimum wage, 59.1% utilized septic cesspool, 77.3% consumed water from the public supply system and 54.5% did not drink filtered water. as to age, 54.5% ranged from one to four years, the majority of them featuring an adequate nutritional condition. among the 22 samples rectal swab collected for coproculture, the following were isolated: e. coli (69.6%), klebsiella sp (95.6%), proteus mirabilis (47.8%). regarding the 16 samples of feces in natura for the assessment of rotavirus, 100% were positive for g2 genotype; 93.3% for p4 serotype and 7.2% were not typified. we concluded that a continuous monitoring of circulating genotypes is essential, which implies the need of training health professionals to tackle diarrhea down.
Riscos ocupacionais no contexto hospitalar: desafio para a saúde do trabalhador
Oliveira,Joana D'Arc de Souza; Alves,Maria do Socorro da Costa Feitosa; Miranda,Francisco Arnoldo Nunes de;
Revista de Salud Pública , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0124-00642009000600007
Abstract: objective this study was aimed at analysing health workers' social representations concerning occupational risks. methods the study adopted a qualitative approach using social representation theory; it was carried out with doctors, nurses and dentists from a natal/rn-br hospital dealing with emergencies. a semi-structured interview was used for data collection using the following question for interviewee orientation, “what do occupational hazards mean to you?” the data was analysed by alceste software based on a dendogram generating four classes containing statements by the subjects who were interviewed. results hazard in the work environment prevailed in class 1. four words became evident: disease (chi-square=78.8), irreversible (chi-square=50.6), accident (chisquare= 45.7) and contract (chi-square=43.4). class 2 was organised around four significant elements: depression (chi-square=65.7), excessive (chi-square=54.6), stress (chi-square=53.3) and overload (chi-square=26.6). class 3 related cause and effect in the workplace. the four words listed here involved classic hazard agents: ergonomic (chi-square=74.5), chemicals (chi-square=66), organic (chi-square=60.9) and physical (chi-square=53.8). class 4 highlighted the 4 most significant words related to the theme: policy (chi-square=25.7), manager (chi-square=16.1), security (chi-square=15.7) and health (chi-square=11.8). conclusions this group of workers showed discontentment with unhealthy and unsafe hospital working conditions and a lack of health policy in the workplace must be understood within an overall health policy context.
Antimicrobial Susceptibility, Biofilm Production and Adhesion to HEp-2 Cells of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Strains Isolated from Clinical Samples  [PDF]
Alicia Valéria Zaranza, Francyelle Costa Morais, Monique Santos do Carmo, Adriana de Mendon?a Marques, Cristina Andrade-Monteiro, Thiago Feitosa Ferro, Valério Monteiro-Neto, Patrícia de Maria Silva Figueiredo
Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology (JBNB) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jbnb.2013.41013
Abstract: A hundred Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains from several clinical specimens from five hospitals in Sao Luís-MA were evaluated for biofilm production, prevalence of the gene algD, adhesion to HEp-2 cells and antimicrobial susceptibility. The most affected clinical specimens and hospital sectors were also evaluated. Most isolates were obtained from the tracheal aspirate (21.0%) and the most affected hospital sector was the ICU (43.0%). The antibiotics with the highest sensitivity rate were amikacin, piperacillin/tazobactam, fluoroquinolones, gentamicin and meropenem and the ones with the highest resistance rate were aztreonam, ceftazidime and cefepime. All samples were sensitive to polymyxin B. In relation to the expression of the gene for ESBL, 50.0% (17/34) of the multiresistant strains showed the enzyme TEM. Most strains showed high hydrophobicity and 96% of the isolates produced biofilm on a polystyrene microplate, 52% were capsule producers, 19% showed mannose-sensitive fimbriae and 39% expressed the gene algD. We observed adhesion to HEp-2 cells and to the coverslip. These factors may be reported in the pathogenesis of this bacterium, what represents a potential risk for colonization of medical devices which favor the establishment of chronic nosocomial infections.
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