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Ambulatório de quimioterapia pediátrica: a experiência no aquário carioca
Gomes, Isabelle Pimentel;Collet, Neusa;Reis, Paula Elaine Diniz dos;
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-07072011000300021
Abstract: the objective of this study was to report the nursing experience at a pediatric chemotherapy outpatient clinic that was decorated to be appealing to children (carioca aquarium). it is a descriptive experience report from a hospital in rio de janeiro, brazil, conducted between december, 2007, and may, 2008. the environment was decorated based on the (disney-pixar?) movie, "finding nemo" after an agreement between the institution and community representatives. carioca aquarium brought the act of playing to the treatment site. we observed that professionals were more motivated, care was facilitated, and relationships involved more dialogue when using recreational resources. in turn, children's agitation during procedures was minimized, nausea and vomiting was reduced, and the children's desire to remain in the room increased. the change of environment offered stimulating and fun activities to the children, bringing them distraction, calmness, security, and greater acceptance of their treatment. with this, the children were able to divert their focus from their disease.
Ambulatório de quimioterapia pediátrica: a experiência no aquário carioca
Isabelle Pimentel Gomes,Neusa Collet,Paula Elaine Diniz dos Reis
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2011,
Abstract: El objetivo del estudio es relatar la experiencia como enfermera en una quimioterapia pediátrica, decorada para ser atractiva para los ni os (Acuario Carioca). Se trata de un estudio de carácter descriptivo con relato de la experiencia vivida en un hospital de la ciudad de Rio de Janeiro,Brazil, entre diciembre de 2007 a mayo de 2008. La decoración del espacio se basó en la película "Buscando a Nemo" (Disney-Pixar ), después de un acuerdo entre la institución y la sociedad civil. El Acuario Carioca llevó la diversión al lugar de tratamiento. Se observó que los profesionales parecían más motivados, se facilitó la atención y las relaciones se han vuelto más dialógicas cuando se utilizan los recursos recreativos, reduciendo la agitación de los ni os durante los procedimientos, reducción de náuseas y vómitos, deseo de los ni os a permanecer en la sala. El cambio del espacio ofrece actividades estimulantes y divertidas, distracción, calma, seguridad y una mayor aceptación del tratamiento. Así, el ni o cambió su enfoque de la enfermedad.
Management of nursing’s care in pediatric ambulatory chemotherapy unit
Isabelle Pimentel Gomes, Paula Elaine Diniz dos Reis, Neusa Collet
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: to present the activities performed by oncology nurses in a pediatric chemotherapy unit of a university hospital. Methodology: experience report at a pediatric chemotherapy unit in a school-hospital. We searched for publications in electronic databases to support discussions. This study has been approved by the Research Ethics Committee of Hospital Universitário Lauro Wanderley (124/08). Results: the authors pointed out the importance of these professionals to rethink about their professional practice and of management of care a way to implement the required changes. The nursing assistance starts at the moment of patient into the room, with attention to welcome. The assistance is the main activity, the others, administrative, information system, education, scientific and humanization, promote the better care. In the scene of a room of chemotherapy of a school-hospital, the nurses need to use its technical, scientific, administrative and practical knowledge, regarding pediatric oncology, in order to carry out the management of the care. Conclusion: management of care directed to pediatric cancer patient must be dynamic, according the actual situation and each institution’s reality, using full clinical judgment, decision, reflection, integration, creativity and knowledge of specific issues of each patient.
Phlebitis due to the insertion of peripheral venous catheters: issues relevant to nursing care
Paula Elaine Diniz dos Reis, Emilia Campos de Carvalho
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2011,
Abstract: Objective: to contribute to the reflection on the mechanisms leading to phlebitis as a complication of intravenous therapy. Methodology: this is about an update paper, which presents the epidemiology, predisposing factors, preventive measures and evaluation methods of phlebitis due to insertion of peripheral venous catheter, in order to subsidize the nursing plan. Results: the phenomenon of phlebitis is quite prevalent in hospitalized patients, related to multiple factors such as hyperosmolarity and pH of the solution infused, type of device used venous and nursing care with regard to the procedure of venipuncture and venous access. It is important for nurses to learn the tools to diagnose phlebitis, identifying signs and symptoms of inflammation, thus being able to intervene according to the degree shown, preventing the occurrence of phlebosclerosis. Conclusion: knowing the types of phlebitis and, consequently, their risk factors helps the nurse to have a better basis for decision making regarding the construction of specific protocols aimed at preventing this complication.
Clinical application of Chamomilla recutita in phlebitis: dose response curve study
Reis, Paula Elaine Diniz dos;Carvalho, Emilia Campos de;Bueno, Paula Carolina Pires;Bastos, Jairo Kenupp;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692011000100002
Abstract: this experimental and dose-response curve study aimed to carry out the quality control of the chamomilla recutita sample, as well as to estimate the ideal dose, for anti-inflammatory effect, of the extract of its capitula, in patients with phlebitis due to peripheral intravenous infusion of antineoplastic chemotherapy and to evaluate the toxicity of this extract in human beings. the therapeutic efficacy, concerning the anti-inflammatory potential, of different doses of chamomilla recutita extract were analyzed and compared in 25 patients. the time of regression of phlebitis was shorter for groups with 2.5% concentration (mean=29.2h, standard deviation = 8.98) and 5% concentration (mean = 38.8h, standard deviation = 17.47). local toxicity was almost not observed. this research contributes to the innovation of the nursing clinical practice, since it suggests an alternative for the treatment of phlebitis through the clinical use of phytotherapeutic drugs.
Manejo do cateter venoso central totalmente implantado em pacientes oncológicos: revis?o integrative
Vasques, Christiane Inocêncio;Reis, Paula Elaine Diniz dos;Carvalho, Emília Campos de;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002009000500016
Abstract: totally implanted catheter, which is effective in deceasing complications related to peripheral intravenous therapy, is widely used in patients with cancer. thus, the goal of this study was to identify the nursing actions regarding the manipulation and management of totally implanted catheter in patients with cancer. an integrative literature review was conducted. a final sample of 15 articles was evaluated. findings indicated that nursing actions are directed to the catheter dwelling time, the catheter-related complications, the manipulation and management of the catheter, the patients' perception of the catheter, and the education of patients regarding the catheter care. these findings show the complexities of nursing actions regarding the management of totally implanted catheters. in addition, the findings can be useful for professionals who do not work in oncology who may need to apply this knowledge in their clinical practice.
Análise das respostas comportamentais ao cancer de mama utilizando o modelo adaptativo de Roy
Santos, Letícia Rosa;Tavares, Glaucia Batista;Reis, Paula Elaine Diniz dos;
Escola Anna Nery , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452012000300005
Abstract: the study analyzes the behavioural responses of women during treatment for breast cancer using the roy adaptation model. studies show that cancer and its treatment can generate stimuli that will interfere in the sexuality. knowing the mechanisms these women face must be a concern of the healthcare professionals, so that comprehensive care can be provided. the study involved qualitative research where semi-structured interviews were conducted with five sexually active women. problems were identified in the modes of adaptation related to self-concept, role playing, and interdependence. these women were nevertheless able to overcome such situations and improve adaptation to their new condition. it was concluded that use of the roy adaptation model was appropriate, making it possible to grasp the changes related to modes of adaptation, and thus enabling the foci of nursing interventions to be concretely visualized.
Nossa vida após o cancer de mama: percep??es e repercuss?es sob o olhar do casal
Ferreira, Dayane de Barros;Farago, Priscila Moreira;Reis, Paula Elaine Diniz dos;Funghetto, Silvana Schwerz;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672011000300018
Abstract: this is a qualitative study, conducted at a clinic of mastology of a public hospital of the federal district, which aimed to know the impact of breast cancer in the lives of couples, women submitted to mastectomy and their partners. the sample consisted of three couples, five women submitted to mastectomy and three partners. semi-structured interviews were conducted, which gave rise to two broad categories: perceptions about breast cancer and consequences in everyday life. the diagnosis of cancer is received as a traumatic one, bringing feelings of mutilation, dependence, prejudice and loss of femininity. one conclude that significant changes occur in married life and that mutual support is needed to better cope with the disease, followed by the necessary family support.
Cervical cancer in health professionals: preventive practice and of self-care
Eliane de Aguiar Holanda, Rosirene Martins da Silva, Paula Elaine Diniz dos Reis, Isabelle Pimentel Gomes
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2009,
Abstract: Objective: to investigate the habit of self-care for the prevention of cervical cancer in health professionals. Methods: quantitative study with a cross-sectional design. It was used a questionnaire for data collection. Eighty professionals performed: 8 physicians, 16 nurses and 56 nursing technicians. This study was approved by the Committee of Ethics in Research of the State Department of Health of the Federal District (395/08). Results: the most professionals 49 (61.25%) did not practice physical activity, and although 57 (71,25%) reported to have healthy eating habits, only 23 (28,75%) carried approximately for 4 to 6 meals a day and 30 (37,5%) ate fruit and vegetables daily. Regarding to cyto-pathological abnormalities presented on preventive routine tests, 46 (57.5%) professionals reported inflammation episodes, 3 (3.75%) reported cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN I), 2 (2.5%) CIN II and 1 (1.25%) CIN III. When they were asked about the promotion of self-care for the prevention of cervical cancer, 26 (32.5%) reported not being thorough about effective personal care. Conclusion: it was identified the important role of the motivation of health professionals to the preventive practice and self-care, by continued education or by workshops to raise awareness of the issue above, mainly if promoted by institution where they work.
Antineoplasic chemotherapy extravasation prevent: an integrative review
Marizete Tavares Ferreira,Paula Elaine Diniz dos Reis,Isabelle Pimentel Gomes
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2008,
Abstract: Skin toxicity resulting from extravasation of chemotherapy is a major adverse effect that demand more rigorous care from oncology nurses. This study aimed to identify evidence in the scientific literature related to the prevention of leakage in patients with peripheral intravenous infusion of vesicant chemotherapy. We performed an integrative review of the literature. The seven eligible studies presented strategies for prevention, consisting in evaluation of the patient, proper training of the nursing team and adequate assessment on existing conditions for the venous access. The authors conclude that studies testing new forms of effective prevention are eagerly expected, in order to provide better evidence for decision-making and clinical support, and to prevent the extravasation of vesicant drugs in patients experiencing peripheral intravenous chemotherapy.
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