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High-risk diabetic pregnancy and work: two hard-to-reconcile circumstances
Schirmer,Janine;
Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S1020-49891997001200006
Abstract: in 1991 the prevalence of diabetes was 7.6% in women in nine brazilian state capitals. this disease now ranks among the leading causes of death in the country and is becoming an increasingly alarming public health problem. in spite of advances in the treatment of diabetes and improved obstetric care, gestational diabetes puts a pregnant woman at high risk of miscarriage, ketoacidosis, hypoglycemia, hypertension, and other serious disorders. this study used life histories to investigate the relationship between health, sexuality, and work in five working women who were diabetic and pregnant and who received care at the prenatal care outpatient clinic of the san pablo hospital. these women all had non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, were between 26 and 43 years old, and earned from us$ 150 to us$ 375 per month for working 8-hour days, with one day off each week. two of the women?s male partners were unemployed; all of the women performed household chores during their day off. quotations taken directly from conversations with the five participants reveal the difficulty of caring for children while holding down a job; the sexual harassment that some of the women suffered; the conflict and dissatisfaction associated with work; the myth of the natural joy of motherhood; the sexual control exercised by males; the incompatibility of working conditions and work activities with pregnancy; and the perception that they did not have legal protection owing to employers? lack of respect for workers? rights and for the maternity protection provisions of the federal constitution of brazil. it is concluded that health policies should pay greater attention to improving the quality of life of working women, especially if they suffer from diabetes and are pregnant.
Trabajo y gestación de alto riesgo por diabetes: dos circunstancias difíciles de conciliar
Schirmer,Janine;
Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S1020-49891997000300011
Abstract: in 1991 the prevalence of diabetes was 7.6% in women in nine brazilian state capitals. this disease now ranks among the leading causes of death in the country and is becoming an increasingly alarming public health problem. in spite of advances in the treatment of diabetes and improved obstetric care, gestational diabetes puts a pregnant woman at high risk of spontaneous abortion, ketoacidosis, hypoglycemia, hypertension, and other serious disorders. this study used life histories to investigate the relationship between health, sexuality, and work in five working women who were diabetic and pregnant and who received care at the prenatal care outpatient clinic of the san pablo hospital. all these women had non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, were between 26 and 43 years old, and earned from us$ 150 to 375 per month for working 8-hour days, with one day off each week. two of the women's male partners were unemployed; all of the women performed household chores during their day off. quotations taken directly from conversations with the five participants reveal: the difficulty of caring for children and working; the sexual harassment that some of them suffered; the conflict and dissatisfaction associated with work; the myth of the natural joy of motherhood; the sexual control exercised by males; the interference of working conditions and work activities with pregnancy; and the perception that they did not have legal protection owing to employers' lack of respect for workers' rights and for the maternity protection provisions of the federal constitution of brazil. it is concluded that health policies should pay greater attention to improving the quality of life of working women, especially if they suffer from diabetes and are pregnant.
A importancia da enfermeira nas a es governamentais de redu o de morbi mortalidade materna e neonatal La importancia de la enfermera en las acciones gubernamentales de reducción de la morbimortalidad materna y neonatal The role of nurses in government policies to reduce maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality
Janine Schirmer
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/s0103-21002007000300001
Abstract:
O cuidado seguro na escolha da posi o momento do parto
Janine Schirmer
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2011,
Abstract:
High-risk diabetic pregnancy and work: two hard-to-reconcile circumstances
Schirmer Janine
Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública , 1997,
Abstract: In 1991 the prevalence of diabetes was 7.6% in women in nine Brazilian state capitals. This disease now ranks among the leading causes of death in the country and is becoming an increasingly alarming public health problem. In spite of advances in the treatment of diabetes and improved obstetric care, gestational diabetes puts a pregnant woman at high risk of miscarriage, ketoacidosis, hypoglycemia, hypertension, and other serious disorders. This study used life histories to investigate the relationship between health, sexuality, and work in five working women who were diabetic and pregnant and who received care at the Prenatal Care Outpatient Clinic of the San Pablo Hospital. These women all had non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, were between 26 and 43 years old, and earned from US$ 150 to US$ 375 per month for working 8-hour days, with one day off each week. Two of the women's male partners were unemployed; all of the women performed household chores during their day off. Quotations taken directly from conversations with the five participants reveal the difficulty of caring for children while holding down a job; the sexual harassment that some of the women suffered; the conflict and dissatisfaction associated with work; the myth of the natural joy of motherhood; the sexual control exercised by males; the incompatibility of working conditions and work activities with pregnancy; and the perception that they did not have legal protection owing to employers' lack of respect for workers' rights and for the maternity protection provisions of the Federal Constitution of Brazil. It is concluded that health policies should pay greater attention to improving the quality of life of working women, especially if they suffer from diabetes and are pregnant.
Trabajo y gestación de alto riesgo por diabetes: dos circunstancias difíciles de conciliar
Schirmer Janine
Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública , 1997,
Abstract: En 1991, la prevalencia de diabetes era de 7,6% en mujeres de nueve capitales brasile as. Esta enfermedad ya consta entre las principales causas de defunción en ese país y se está convirtiendo en un problema de salud pública cada vez más alarmante. A pesar de los avances en el tratamiento de la diabetes y una mejor atención obstétrica, la diabetes gestacional pone a la embarazada en alto riesgo de aborto espontáneo, cetoacidosis, hipoglucemia, hipertensión y otros trastornos graves. En este estudio se investigaron mediante historias de vida las relaciones entre salud, sexualidad y trabajo en cinco mujeres diabéticas embarazadas atendidas en el Ambulatorio de Atención Prenatal del Hospital San Pablo. Todas tenían diabetes mellitus no insulinodependiente, entre 26 y 43 a os de edad y ganaban mensualmente de US$ 150 a 375 por 8 horas de trabajo diario, con un descanso semanal. Dos tenían compa eros desempleados; todas realizaban las tareas domésticas del hogar durante el día de descanso. Las citas tomadas directamente de conversaciones con las cinco participantes revelan: la dificultad de cuidar los hijos y trabajar, el acoso sexual de que algunas son objeto, el trabajo como elemento de conflicto e insatisfacción, el mito de la felicidad natural de la maternidad, el control sexual que ejerce el hombre, la interferencia de las condiciones de trabajo y la actividad laboral con la gravidez, y la sensación de que están legalmente desamparadas debido a la falta de respeto de los empleadores por los derechos laborales y la protección de la maternidad que establece la Constitución Federal del Brasil. Se concluye que en las políticas de salud debe prestarse atención a mejorar la calidad de vida de las mujeres trabajadoras, especialmente si padecen diabetes y están embarazadas.
Rela??o entre a press?o muscular perineal no puerpério e o tipo de parto
Menta, Silmara;Schirmer, Janine;
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-72032006000900004
Abstract: purpose: to determine the values of perineal muscular force (pmf) in the lying and seated positions and to identify the values of pmf between first pregnancy, according to type and the characteristics of the vaginal delivery and cesarean section. methods: study of the transversal type, performed in a maternity of brazilian public the health system (sus) in the city of s?o paulo. the sample consisted of 95 primiparae at term. evaluation occurred between the 40th and 45 th, day with an interview, physical examination and measurement of pmf using a perineometer of the kegel type. the measurement was carried out in the lying and seated positions, muscular status (at rest and in maximum contraction), and the average of three measures for each position and muscular state were considered. results: 76.8% (73) of the women had vaginal delivery and 23.2% (22) cesarean section. after vaginal delivery, intact perineum in 18.9%, (18), perineal rupture in 24.2% (23), and episiotomy in 33.7% (32) were observed. obtained values of the pmf were: lying position muscular rest 18. 9 mmhg, lying position maximum contraction: 30,7 mmhg, seated position muscular rest: 34.5 mmhg, seated positions maximum muscular contraction: 46.5 mmhg. conclusion: there was association between the type and the characteristics of the delivery and pmf.
Violência intrafamiliar na adolescência na cidade de Puno - Peru
Flores Sullca, Tita;Schirmer, Janine;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692006000400016
Abstract: this epidemiological case-control study aimed to describe the epidemiological profile of intrafamily violence against pregnant and non pregnant adolescents. the study was carried out at the outpatient clinic for central care to adolescents of the regional hospital manuel nu?ez butrón and at secondary schools in the city of puno - peru. the results were obtained by means of statistical analysis, verifying statistically significant differences for the occurrence of physical violence (p= 0.008) and sexual-rape violence (p= 0.01). the majority of the adolescents were victims of different types of aggression, executed either by members of the family (intrafamily) or by individuals outside the family (extrafamily). the most frequent causes associated to this aggression were disobedience, late arrival at home, having friends/boyfriends and doing domestic chores slowly.
A atua??o dos enfermeiros egressos do curso de especializa??o em obstetrícia no nordeste do Brasil: da proposta à operacionaliza??o
Costa, Arabela Ant?nia Nery de Melo;Schirmer, Janine;
Escola Anna Nery , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452012000200018
Abstract: with the aim of clarifying in detail the role of nurses after the specialization in obstetrics, in the northeast of brazil, and the benefits of this substantial performance in awards to the institution where they used to work. a cross-sectional, descriptive and exploratory study was proceeded between may 2006 and march 2007, divided in two steps: the first one applying a structured interview for 127 (67,2%) from the 345 graduated at the specialization, residents from the nine states located in the northeast, and the second one was through telephone contacts via web to 56 (98,2%) nurses. we noticed that 114 (90,5%) from the graduated, worked in assistance, 50 (39,7%) at the administration and 47 (37,3%) teaching in nursing. only in pernambuco, the graduated used to teach the residents in nursing. the granting of the award by the ministry of health to the institutions with graduates was predominant. it was concluded that specialization courses in obstetrics nursing have contributed to provide gains to the graduates and to the institutions, allowing a better assistance, resulting in awards for the implementation of new models for care assistance.
Doa??o e transplante de órg?os: produ??o científica da enfermagem brasileira
Cicolo, Emilia Aparecida;Roza, Bartira de Aguiar;Schirmer, Janine;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672010000200016
Abstract: the objectives of this bibliographic study were to identify and to characterize nursing scientific productions of organ donation and transplantation since 1997 to 2007. the lilacs, medline, bdenf, perienf and dedalus databases were searched using the following keywords: "nursing and transplantation" and "nursing and donation", identifying 30 articles. the results had shown that the most of publications from the southeast region; the majority of approaching was qualitative; nurses were the main authors and the principal subjects were renal and hepatic transplantation. it was concluded that it is necessary more brazilian nursing publications of organ donation and transplantation.
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