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Brazilian scientific production about nursing consultation applied to cancer patients
Shérida Karanini Paz de Oliveira, Francisca Elisangela Teixeira Lima
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2010,
Abstract: Objectives: to identify the scientific production on the nursing consultation in oncology and analyze the methodologies used in these papers. Methodology: this is about a bibliographic study was conducted from May to June 2009, in articles published in the twenty-first century (2001-2009), by an electronic search in the database Latin American Literature in Health Sciences (LILACS), Scientific Electronic Library Online (Scielo) e Medical Literature On-Line (Medline). Met the inclusion criteria of six articles, which were analyzed and discussed according to the literature. Results: the methodological aspects prevailing were: four are research paper, one a report of experience and one convergent-care and all articles are qualitative. Concerning the characteristics of the populations studied, five investigated adult patients and one studied nurses. Regarding the subject of studies, were found three articles that addressed the implementation of nursing consultation, and the other evaluated each nursing consultation itself, its meaning for the patient and the significance for nurses. Conclusion: noticed that the number of publications related to the thematic nursing ambulatory consultation in the oncology practice in Brazil is very low.
Clinical characteristics and sociodemográficas of patients acometidos for cardiac insufficience
Francisca Elisangela Teixeira Lima, Danielle Diógenes Nunes, Débora Lima Freitas, Ires Lopes Custódio, Francisca Lígia Medeiros Martins Santos, Shérida Karanini Paz Oliveira, Fernanda Jorge Magalh?es
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: to evaluate the epidemiological aspects of patients with Heart Failure (HF) and identify the risk factors in patients with HF. Method: this is about a descriptive study, quantitative, performed in a hospital from Fortaleza-CE. The population was composed of patients hospitalized with HF, the sample comprising 100 patients who met the criteria for inclusion. Data were collected in records and interview. Approved by the Ethics Committee n.o 514/2008. Results: prominent mention as sociodemographic characteristics are: male (63%), age> 60 years (43%), presence of hereditary factors (48%), married (67%), retired (42%) and family income < 1 minimum wage (70%). Modifiable risk factors identified: hypertension (61%), diabetes (22%), overweight (40%), hyperlipidemia (18%), sedentary (82%) smokers (11%) and consumers of alcohol (15%). Conclusion: as we conclude, knowing the profile of the population that carry the HF is favorable to develop strategies for health education to prevent cardiovascular complications in people with higher number of risk factors. Descriptors: health profile; cardiovascular diseases; heart failure; nursing; health education; health promotion.
Acidente vascular encefálico como complica??o da hipertens?o arterial: quais s?o os fatores intervenientes?
Mendon?a, Larissa Bento de Araújo;Lima, Francisca Elisangela Teixeira;Oliveira, Sherida Karanini Paz de;
Escola Anna Nery , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452012000200019
Abstract: the objective was to identify the intervenient factors in the adhesion to the anti-hypertensive treatment that contributed to the stroke appearance as complication of arterial hypertension. this is a descriptive quantitative study carried out in a stroke unit of a public hospital. the sample was composed by 75 patients with diagnosis of systemic arterial hypertension (sah) attacked by a stroke, admitted in the referred unit. data collection happened in march and april 2010. the study was approved by the research and ethics committee under protocol no. 110302/10. the intervenient factors in patients' adhesion to the anti-hypertensive treatment were: male (61.4%), older than 60 years-old (48%), family history of sah (68%), low education (72%), family income up to one minimum wage (52%), unsatisfactory professional-patient relationship (14.6%), difficult access to health unit (6.6%) and presence of side effects (22.6%). maybe the experience of a stroke is a decisive factor to patient's adherence to antihypertensive treatment. it is necessary that nurses carry out monitoring the patients with hypertension regularly, informing them about the disease and treatment to prevent complications.
Nursing’s records to the control of hydric balance
Sherida Karanini Paz de Oliveira,Maria Vilaní Cavalcante Guedes,Francisca Elisangela Teixeira Lima
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: to analyze the nursing records made in the hydric balance of hospitalized patients. Methods: this is about a documental study, performed at the intensive care unit of a public hospital in Fortaleza, Ceará. We analyzed 16 charts of patients hospitalized for at least three days, totaling 48 printed papers. A structured form was used, containing aspects related to the volumes of administered and eliminated liquids. Data were displayed on tables. The study was approved by the Ethics and Research Committee under No. 246/05. Results: all the charts had records of water balance. However, 58.3% were complete, 83.3% were legible; 56.2% had no eresures. Regarding the administration of medicines, 45.8% did not appear in the records of liquids administered orally. The record on the intravenous administration is the most frequent (93.7%). The numeric records of the amount of diuresis were present in 36 forms. Conclusion: nursing notes in relation to the hydric balance must be reviewed and reordered, with a view to improving the preparation of care plan, which should be systematic, individualized and humanized.
Self-Care Practice of Patients with Mechanical Heart Valve Prosthesis Accompanied in Nursing Consultation  [PDF]
Lidia Stella Teixeira de Meneses, Francisca Elisangela Teixeira Lima, Sherida Karanini Paz de Oliveira, Francisca Jane Gomes Oliveira, Maira di Ciero Miranda Vieira, Paulo Cesar Almeida, Viviane Martins da Silva
Health (Health) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/health.2015.710153
Abstract: The objective was to evaluate the practice of self-care of patients with mechanical heart valve prosthesis. A descriptive, cross-sectional study developed in two outpatient valvopathies of teaching hospitals of Fortaleza/CE, from October 2013 to January 2014. The sample consisted of 127 patients with mechanical heart valve prosthesis. It was held an interview using instrument based on the Theory of Orem’s Self-Care and Brazilian Guidelines for Valvular Heart Diseases. The data were presented in tables and charts. Results: Universal self-care practices of larger adhesion: body hygiene (97.6% washed-haired, daily-bath 92.1%); oral hygiene (brushing teeth before sleeping, 87.4%); fluid intake (drinking-water 95.2%); food intake (salt intake ≤ 2 g/day, 92.1%, fruit and vegetable consumption 79.5%); intestinal eliminations (without blood or mucus—96%, non-parasitic 94.4%); urinary elimination (no blood nor pus-96.8%, urination 4 to 6 times a day, 96%). As self-care developmental requirements predominated: never used illegal drugs, tobacco, alcohol, or stopped at the discovery of the disease (70%). As self-care health deviation requirements we have: making use of certain medication at the right dose (95.2%); attending medical appointments (cardiologist—92.1%; nursing—84.2%); INR control (identifies signs of bleeding— 85.8%). We conclude that patients did not perform all recommended self-care practices, being necessary to establish strategies to reduce the self-care deficit.
Temas abordados na consulta de enfermagem: revis?o integrativa da literatura
Oliveira, Sherida Karanini Paz de;Queiroz, Ana Paula Oliveira;Matos, Diliane Paiva de Melo;Moura, Alline Falconieri de;Lima, Francisca Elisangela Teixeira;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672012000100023
Abstract: the study aimed to analyze the aspects of the nursing consultation (nc) in scientific publications. it was conducted an integrative literature review available in databases: lilacs, pubmed, cinahl and cochrane. 31 articles were selected that met the inclusion criteria. the themes most addressed on the nc were: factors affecting the nc, time and cost of consultations, assessment of nursing records, use of interview scripts, communication, systematization of nursing care, meaning and importance of the nc to promote health. it was concluded that various aspects of nursing consultation are being addressed in the articles analyzed. however, studies are needed to confirm its efficacy.
A busca pela forma??o especializada em enfermagem do trabalho por enfermeiros
Paz, Potiguara de Oliveira;Kaiser, Dagmar Elaine;
Revista Gaúcha de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1983-14472011000100003
Abstract: this article examines and discusses the search for specialized formation in occupational health nursing for nurses. this is an exploratory descriptive qualitative study whose data were analyzed using content analysis. data collection took place in may 2010 with nine students from a specialization course that agrees to participate, and all participants signed a free and informed consent term. the search for specialized formation is governed by the perspective for professional practice in occupational health nursing and specificity of the curriculum in occupational health. interfaces of the educational process confirm important contributions to a solid formation, design nurse to theorical/academic levels and sets a path for the stricto sensu formation. expectations, motivations and potentialities contributes to a contextualized governance of the educational process and the contemporary demands for occupational health nursing.
Nursing Diagnostics of Nutrition Domain of NANDA International in Hemodialysis Patients  [PDF]
érida Maria Diniz Leite, Sama Mikaella de Oliveira, Maria Isabel da Concei??o Dias Fernandes, Maria das Gra?as Mariano Nunes, Cyndi Fernandes de Lima, Ana Luisa Brand?o de Carvalho Lira
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2016.63021
Abstract: Introduction: The dialysis causes the loss of the nutrients and the elevation of catabolism, thus, patients in dialysis have at high risk for the loss of body reserves of protein and energy. Objective: To identify nursing diagnoses of nutrition domain of NANDA International in hemodialysis patients and to correlate them to the socioeconomic and clinical data. Design: Cross-sectional study. Setting: Performed in a large university hospital in northeastern Brazil. Participants: The first stage was carried out with 50 patients, selected with the following inclusion criteria: Being hospitalized and undergoing hemodialysis in that hospital; aged 18 years old or over; being conscious and oriented. Exclusion criteria were patients undergoing hemodialysis in that hospital with external service, pregnant women and patients being treated by plasmapheresis. In the second stage, participants were three nursing specialists in nephrology and nursing diagnoses. Methods: The defining characteristics of the nursing diagnoses inserted in the nutrition domain were observed in patients and then these data were judged by nurses, in order to identify diagnoses present in each patient. The Chi-square, Fisher’s exact and Mann-Whitney tests were used in the analysis of the relationship of socioeconomic and clinical data, with an adopted p value of <0.05. Results: The study identified six diagnoses of nutrition domain with prevalence ≥50% in patients. Among these, the diagnosis: Risk for impaired liver function, imbalanced nutrition: More than body requirements, risk for deficient fluid volume, readiness for enhanced fluid volume were significantly associated with gender (p = 0.001), origin (p = 0.014), religion (p = 0.046) and income (p = 0.039), respectively. Conclusion: The variables that showed significant association were risk of impaired liver function and gender; imbalanced nutrition: More than body requirements and origin requirements; risk for deficient fluid volume and religion; and deficient fluid volume and income.
Performance characteristics of bioassay UV-spectrophotometry and high perfomance liquid chromatographic determination of gatifloxacin in tablets
Lopes, Cristiani Capistrano Gon?alves de Oliveira;Salgado,rida Regina Nunes;
Química Nova , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-40422008000700039
Abstract: the microbiological bioassay, uv-spectrophotometry and hplc methods for assaying gatifloxacin in tablets were compared. validation parameters such as linearity, precision, accuracy, limit of detection and limit of quantitation were determined. beer's law was obeyed in the ranges 4.0-14.0 μg/ml for hplc and uv-spectrophotometric method, and 4.0-16.0 μg/ml for bioassay. all methods were reliable within acceptable limits for antibiotic pharmaceutical preparations being accurate, precise and reproducible. the bioassay and hplc are more specific than uv-spectrophotometric analysis. the application of each method as a routine analysis should be investigated considering cost, simplicity, equipment, solvents, speed, and application to large or small workloads.
Nuevas especies de Baccharis (Asteraceae, Astereae) para Brasil NEW SPECIES OF BACCHARIS (ASTERACEAE, ASTEREAE) FROM BRAZIL
Anabella Silveira de Oliveira-Deble,Leonardo Paz Deble
Bonplandia , 2010,
Abstract: En una revisión reciente del género Baccharis L. para Brasil, fueron reconocidas cincoespecies nuevas: Baccharis crassipappa Deble & Oliveira-Deble, B. inexspectata Deble &Oliveira-Deble, B. multipaniculata Oliveira-Deble & Deble, B. nassauvioides Oliveira-Deble &Deble y B. suberectifolia Oliveira-Deble & Deble. Todas las especies son descriptas, ilustradasy diferenciadas de los taxones relacionados In a recent review of the genus Baccharis L. we recognized five new species: Bacchariscrassipappa Deble & Oliveira-Deble, B. inexspectata Deble & Oliveira-Deble, B.multipaniculata Oliveira-Deble & Deble, B. nassauvioides Oliveira-Deble & Deble and B.suberectifolia Oliveira-Deble & Deble. All species are described and illustrated and delimitationwith allied taxa is discussed
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