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Parto humanizado na percep??o das enfermeiras obstétricas envolvidas com a assistência ao parto
Castro, Jamile Claro de;Clapis, Maria José;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692005000600007
Abstract: this qualitative study aimed at identifying how obstetrical nurses perceive the humanization of delivery care, as well as evidencing, based on their discourse, the actions they develop during the birth process and factors that complicate the implementation of this care. study participants were 16 nurses from a maternity in the interior of s?o paulo, brazil. following the collective subject discourse framework, data were collected by using semistructured interviews that were recorded, transcribed and organized for tabulation and analysis. the results show that, according to these nurses, the humanization process happened as a political strategy for improving care and rescuing normal birth. they believe there is a need to change the paradigm for the process to be concretized. these results also showed that nurses are more integrated with humanized birth as a process, and not as an event.
O conhecimento produzido acerca da assistência à adolescente grávida
Clapis, Maria José;Parenti, Patrícia Wottrich;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672004000300005
Abstract: aiming at getting to know the work of nurses concerning pregnant adolescents, we have opted to develop a study to identify the characteristics of scientific production made by nurses about adolescence pregnancy by means of national and international indexed articles, between 1996 and 2000. the bibliographic survey resulted in a sample of 27 indexed articles. the participation of nurses in assisting pregnant adolescents is highlighted by taking part in adolescence pregnancy prevention programs, by assisting in the gravidic-puerperal period and by providing social support. as possibilities of participation for nurses, we have identified the important role of sexual education and adolescence pregnancy prevention programs, prenatal and post-delivery assistance programs. also, we have emphasized the need to organize the nurse's work to facilitate access to contraceptive methods and to prevent sexually transmissible diseases.
Vivência de mulheres submetidas à cesiomoldagem
Clapis, Maria José;Mamede, Marli Villela;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 1996, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11691996000200010
Abstract: the objective of the present study was to determine the main difficulties and problems experienced by patients submitted to sealed internal radiotherapy as well as to provide guidance for nurses to better perceive the difficulties experienced by the patients and act as an element of support while giving care. the problems and difficulties observed and reported by the patients were mainly related to the impositions of treatments, such as isolation, prohibition of visits, hospitalization, bed confinement, restriction of movements, use of the intracavity system, measures of radiological protection, use of a delay bladder tube, and limited personal hygiene. fear related to treatment and anesthesia, partial or absent orientation and skin lesions were the complaints voiced by most of the patients in the present study. the role of the nurse is important in planning nursing care in sealed internal radiotherapy, especially when nurses understand the problems and difficulties experienced by women submitted to this treatment.
Family Planning in a Family Health Unit
Pierre, Luzia Aparecida dos Santos;Clapis, Maria José;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692010000600017
Abstract: the aim of this study was to identify the care provided by health professionals who work in family planning, in a family health unit in the municipality of ribeirao preto, s?o paulo. this was a descriptive, cross-sectional and quali-quantitative study. data were collected through interviews with 11 health professionals. the results revealed that most professionals had not received training in family planning, and that information about contraceptive methods is transmitted in an individual way, having women as the target-public. the contraceptive methods which the professionals suggest and offer more are those considered most effective. these findings indicate that family planning care at the family health unit needs to be adjusted not only to ensure quality of service, but also to ensure sexual and reproductive rights.
A prática da atividade física em mulheres submetidas à cirurgia por cancer de mama: percep??o de barreiras e benefícios
Prado, Maria Antonieta Spinoso;Mamede, Marli Villela;Almeida, Ana Maria de;Clapis, Maria José;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692004000300007
Abstract: the importance of post-mastectomy physical training lies in the prevention of joint limitation, lymphedema, postural alterations, muscle fibrosis or tissue adherence to the surgical area. objective: to identify beliefs on physical training practice, perceptions of barriers and benefits in a group of mastectomized women, in accordance with the health beliefs model. sample: 30 women assisted at a specialized rehabilitation service for mastectomized women. procedure: a questionnaire was applied with questions concerning knowledge and perceptions on physical training practice, as well as its benefits and barriers. conclusions: the studied group perceived a set of benefits, while the lack of willpower was the most mentioned obstacle; knowledge on the importance and need for physical training with the presence of a professional and family support were the most mentioned incentives.
Dermatological Toxicity in Women With Breast Cancer Undergoing Chemotherapy Treatment
Gozzo, Thais de Oliveira;Panobianco, Marislei Sanches;Clapis, Maria José;Almeida, Ana Maria de;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692010000400004
Abstract: this study aimed to analyze the occurrence of skin toxicity caused by drugs used in the protocol of neoadjuvant and adjuvant chemotherapy among women with breast cancer. patient records of 72 women who were subject to this therapy between 2003 and 2006 were assessed. of the 558 cycles of chemotherapy, 152 adverse events were registered. there were 37 registrations of dermatological toxicity, of those, 20 were extravasations that affected 17 women. nine reports of hardened local injury, local fibrosis, pain, and hyperemia were registered during neoadjuvancy. in adjuvancy, among the 11 extravasations registered there were reports of hardened local injury, fibrosis and local pain. lack of follow-up records for both periods was observed. registration of the events and reports by the nursing team are essential to monitor the sites of venous puncture during the chemotherapy treatment, besides measuring and making a photographic record of the site.
O ensino de gradua o na Escola de Enfermagem de Ribeir o Preto da Universidade de S o Paulo ao longo dos seus 50 anos (1953-2003)
Clapis Maria José,Nogueira Maria Suely,Mello Débora Falleiros de,Corrêa Adriana Kátia
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2004,
Abstract: Este artigo tem por objetivo descrever a trajetória do ensino de gradua o desenvolvido na Escola de Enfermagem de Ribeir o Preto da Universidade de S o Paulo (EERP-USP), ao longo dos seus 50 anos (1953-2003), trazendo subsídios para reflex es acerca do contexto histórico-social, das diretrizes curriculares atuais e desafios político-pedagógicos para a forma o do enfermeiro.
Nutritional guidance during prenatal care in public health services in Ribeir?o Preto: discourse and care practice
Santos, Luzia Aparecida dos;Mamede, Fabiana Villela;Clapis, Maria José;Bernardi, Juliana Villela Bueno;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692006000500008
Abstract: this study aimed to verify if pregnant women attended in prenatal care services at basic health units in ribeir?o preto-sp, brazil, received nutritional guidance and if this guidance was pertinent to their nutritional status. ninety-one pregnant women participated. the pregnant women were classified according to their nutritional condition, using a weight, height and pregnancy stage table established by the brazilian health ministry's technical prenatal care manual. we found pregnant women with weight under (13.19%) and exceeding normal levels (37.36%). independently of their nutritional condition, most of them (60.43%) declared they did not receive nutrition guidance. the mean number of prenatal visits did not influence the nutritional status. the results reveal deficiencies in the contents and quality of nutritional care. this suggests the need for care changes so as to turn discourse into practice.
Skilled attendance at delivery: profile of nursing staff in maternity units from alfenas city, minas gerais, brazil
Eliana Peres Rocha Carvalho Leite, Maria José Clapis, Christianne Alves Pereira Calheiros
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: to identify the profile of nursing professionals providing care to pregnant women in maternity Alfenas-MG. Method: this is about a descriptive cross sectional study from quantitative approach. Participated in this study, all nursing professionals (24) who worked in the care of patients. Data collection was performed during the period from June to September 2008 using a structured interview. This study was conducted according to ethical principles of research and approved by the Ethics in Research of Universidade Federal de Alfenas/MG, under protocol number3087.001016/2008-98. Results: there was a lack of midwife in the team, keeping workload of 49.17 hours/week, 91.6% being female. As the professional category, the prevailing mid-level professionals with informal training and monitoring at work those with greater experience in the area. Conclusion it is understood that these professionals are not qualified for the obstetric care according to criteria of World Health Organization (WHO), highlighting the need for qualification of this team that assists women in maternity Alfenas, Minas Gerais.
Almeida, Ana Maria de;Mamede, Marli Villela;Panobianco, Marislei Sanches;Prado, Maria Antonieta Spinoso;Clapis, Maria José;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692001000500010
Abstract: regarding recurrence as a possibility in the lives of women with breast cancer, this work aimed at identifying how they construct the meaning of such possibility from their own existence. the study was based on the conceptions of symbolic interactionism and the content analysis of interviews with 12 mastectomized women was used. the possibility of recurrence was present in the lives of the women under study. it was configured by the uncertainty that they experienced and represented in the thematic units identified in their accounts when they stated to be "living with a stigmatizing disease", "experiencing a negative feeling" and "facing prejudice".
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