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Prenatal care quality indexes of public health services in Salvador, Bahia
Nascimento, Enilda Rosendo do;Rodrigues, Quessia Paz;Almeida, Mariza Silva;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002007000300011
Abstract: objective: to analyze prenatal care quality indexes of public health services in salvador, bahia following the implementation of the prenatal and birth humanization program (pbhb). methods: this quantitative descriptive study was conducted in primary care units in salvador that adopted the prenatal and birth humanization program. results: few pregnant women registered in the prenatal and birth humanization program had the benchmark of six prenatal consultations (9.76%). more than half of these registered pregnant women received all basic exams. however, only few women received puerperal consultations (5.66%), which conclude their maternal care. conclusion: prenatal care in salvador, carried out through the prenatal and birth humanization program in 2002, had a low performance in basic exams, and in prenatal and puerperal consultations.
Perfil profissional de egressas da área de Gerenciamento do Programa de Pós-Gradua??o em Enfermagem da UFBA
Paiva, Mirian Santos;Coelho, Edméia de Almeida Cardoso;Nascimento, Enilda Rosendo do;Melo, Cristina Maria Meira de;Fernandes, Josicelia Dumêt;Santos, Ninalva de Andrade;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342011000700004
Abstract: the objective of the present study was to analyze the professional profile of the nursing graduate students of federal university of bahia, more specifically of the nursing management area. this descriptive, exploratory study was performed using documental research. the data was collected from the graduates' curriculum on the lattes platform and from the graduate program documents, using a form. the study population consisted of graduates enrolled under the line of research the organization and evaluation of health care systems, who developed dissertations/theses addressing nursing/health management. the data were stored using microsoft excel, and then transferred to the stata 9.0 statistical software. results showed that most graduates are women, originally from the state of bahia, and had completed the course between 2000 and 2011; faculty of public institutions who continued involved in academic work after completing the course. these results point at the program as an academic environment committed to preparing researchers.
Indicadores de gênero da assistência de enfermagem às mulheres
Nascimento, Enilda Rosendo do;Oliva, Talita Andrade;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672004000500010
Abstract: this text presents a study carried out at a healthcare unit in salvador/bahia, with the purpose of building quality indicators for nursing care from a gender perspective. the construction of the indicators occurred by means of an investigation that analyzed women's ideas about the pre-natal nursing assistance provided to them, based on the identifications of actions that promote autonomy, merit, and participation. data collecting was based on a semi-structured interview with 14 women that are users of pre-natal nursing care and accepted to participate in this study and had also been cared by a nurse in a previous pregnancy or during the present one. two kinds of gender indicators in nursing care were built: practical indicators and strategic gender indicators.
Associa??o entre gravidez n?o planejada e o contexto socioecon?mico de mulheres em área da Estratégia Saúde da Família
Coelho, Edméia de Almeida Cardoso;Andrade, Maria Lindiane de Souza;Vitoriano, Laís Vilanova Tavares;Souza, Jussilene de Jesus;Silva, Diorlene Oliveira da;Gusm?o, Maria Enoy Neves;Nascimento, Enilda Rosendo do;Almeida, Mariza Silva;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002012000300015
Abstract: objective: to estimate the prevalence of unplanned pregnancy and verify its association with sociodemographic factors in women enrolled in the fhs - family health strategy, in suburban sanitary salvador - ba. methods: a quantitative, exploratory, cross-sectional study, with a sample of 191 pregnant women, stratified by health units. the pregnancy was categorized into planned and unplanned, and sociodemographic characteristics constituted the independent variables. the magnitude of the associations was obtained by the ratio of prevalence and confidence intervals (95%), estimated by poisson regression, with the level of statistical significance, 5% (p < 0.05). results: the prevalence of unplanned pregnancy was 66.5%; age, marital status, occupational situation, and income exhibited statistically significant proportional differences with regard to type of pregnancy. there was a positive association between age, marital status and occupation with unplanned pregnancy. conclusions: the results reaffirm the association between unplanned pregnancy and socioeconomic conditions, and the esf appears to have been effective in ensuring the reproductive rights of women.
Racismo e saúde: representa??es sociais de mulheres e profissionais sobre o quesito cor/ra?a
Sacramento, Amália Nascimento do;Nascimento, Enilda Rosendo do;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342011000500016
Abstract: this is a multimethodology study founded on the social representations theory, with the objective of aprehending the representations that the color issue has for the users and professionals of public health care services. the study was performed at public basic health units in salvador, with 103 subjects. data collection was performed using the free word-association test and semi-structured interviews. factorial correspondence analysis and thematic analysis was used. results showed an opposition of answers among people who classified themselves as white and black, and an opposition between the younger and older people. representations about the color issue portray the complexity involved in racial classification and the need to implement studies on health policies and brazilian races.
Transversalidade de conteúdos nas diretrizes curriculares: o gênero no ensino da enfermagem
Ferreira, Sílvia Lúcia;Nascimento, Enilda Rosendo do;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672004000100015
Abstract: this article reviews the concept of gender in nursing education at federal university of bahia based on brazilian curriculum requirements for graduate nursing programs. the possibility of inserting this concept as a progressive content into an integrated curriculum is presented, originating from experience obtained with a subject matter-based curriculum. the discussion of this proposal aims at contributing to other educational institutions which are currently experiencing a process of curriculum change. this article highlights some theoretical and methodological possibilities that might lead to an easier grasp of reality based on such concept. it even portrays the way this concept can be of use in understanding how institutions and health practices are put together and the ways in which they could be modified.
Avalia??o da cobertura e indicadores do Programa de Humaniza??o do Pré-natal e Nascimento no município de Salvador, Bahia, Brasil
Nascimento, Enilda Rosendo do;Paiva, Mirian Santos;Rodrigues, Quessia Paz;
Revista Brasileira de Saúde Materno Infantil , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-38292007000200010
Abstract: objectives: calculate selected indicators for the prenatal care provided to pregnant women by public healthcare services in salvador, bahia, brazil. methods: this quantitative study, carried out in the city of salvador used records of prenatal care from those health units integrating the brazilian prenatal and birth humanization program (bpbhp), kept records from their pregnant subjects and contributed regularly with information to the sisprenatal database in 2002. data from the municipal health department's regulation and assessment coordination (reference year = 2002) were analyzed by means of a statistical software and presented in simple frequencies. results: the indicators under investigation determined prenatal care coverage of 14.2% in the health clinics, totaling 6044 women. of these 37.8% were registered in the bpbhp. anti- tetanus vaccine or additional doses were given to 33.5% of the subjects in the bpbhp and hiv testing was performed in 17.6%. conclusions: during 2002, it was determined that the bpbhp in salvador provided low coverage for prenatal care, anti-tetanus vaccination and anti-hiv testing. although bpbhp has the objective of maternal and neonatal mortality reduction, it failed to cover the major cause of maternal death in salvador: abortion.
Especificidades de usuários(as) de drogas visando uma assistência baseada na heterogeneidade
Oliveira, Jeane Freitas de;Nascimento, Enilda Rosendo do;Paiva, Mirian Santos;
Escola Anna Nery , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452007000400022
Abstract: this paper deals with the issue of heterogeneity in drug addicted groups/people, emphasizing women's specifics. a concise survey of the literature on drugs phenomenon and health of works reporting the use of gender as an empiric variable is presented. differences were found in drug consumption habits between men and women. moreover, women's habits were shown to be influenced by specifics regarding both epidemiologic aspects and socio cultural elements. the main gender differences were observed on consumption rate, kind of drug, age, mortality and comorbidity. concerning women groups, the main differences were found relating both kind of drug versus age and treatment seek versus kind of activity developed in the health unit. examination of the data leads to the conclusion that assistance to drug users should take specifics of groups/people into account.
In vitro behavior of Mycoplasmagallisepticum live-type nosode
M???′sar Lemos,Elmiro Rosendo do Nascimento,Maria Lucia Barreto,Virginia Leo de Almeida Pereira
International Journal of High Dilution Research , 2011,
Abstract: As a step of a doctoral research project, in this study a live-type nosode was prepared from microorganism Mycoplasmagallisepticum strain R (ATCC 93-08/19610) according to Costa model and the rules by Brazilian Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia. Live nosode was tested in vitro to assess safety when used to immunize domestic fowl (Gallus gallus) against infection by this microorganism and to investigate its behavior under laboratory conditions. M. gallisepticum was not shown to grow in fluid (broth) and solid (plate) modified Frey medium with dilutions 11d, 12d, 20d and 30d. Inhibition halos about 2.0 mm were observed around paper disks impregnated with live-type nosode in microorganism-sown Petri dishes, whereas disks impregnated with conventional antibiotic oxytetracycline exhibited 8.0 mm inhibition halos. Protein assessment by Folin-Lowry method showed protein absence in dilutions 12d and 30d and neither microbial DNA traces were found in PCR assay in dilutions 12d, 20d and 30d.
Juliana Ferreira de Almeida,Carlos Henrique da Silva Leit?o,Elmiro Rosendo do Nascimento,Karine de Castro Meireles Vieira
Ciência Animal Brasileira , 2009,
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