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Revisitando o desmame precoce através de recortes da história
Ichisato, Sueli Mutsumi Tsukuda;Shimo, Antonieta Keiko Kakuda;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692002000400016
Abstract: basic health actions require strategies towards awareness development concerning the importance of breastfeeding, particuarly aiming at the reduction of child morbi-mortality the history of breastfeeding presents a gap of information about how people have dealt with early weanin. this study aimed at revisiting early weaning the historical analysis of breastfeeding. the literture review methodology was used. the samples consisted of books, monographs, theses, dissertations, texts published in scientific journals and scientific articles obtained through the internet in the period of 1978 to 1998. these sources portray stories from mythological times up to this day. the review pointed out that weaning is socially and culturally constructed and determined and that, in order to maintain breastfeeding, women require not only social and family support, but also governmental support.
Prática rotineira da episiotomia refletindo a desigualdade de poder entre profissionais de saúde e mulheres
Santos, Jaqueline de Oliveira;Shimo, Antonieta Keiko Kakuda;
Escola Anna Nery , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452008000400006
Abstract: episiotomy is the most common surgical procedure in modern obstetrics, and it must be carried out with informed consent of the woman. the aim of this study is to investigate the knowledge and participation of women in obstetrics decisions during childbirth. a qualitative study was done using women submitted to episiotomy during childbirth as social actors in a hospital school in minas gerais. participant observation and interviews were the methods used for collecting data. from the analysis of the 16 interviews, we were able to prove that women present a lack of knowledge related to the surgery . the participant observation demonstrated that episiotomy was carried out without information nor previous authorization of the participants of the study. this reveals a relation of authority exerted from the health professionals during childbirth. the study revealed that the routine practice of episiotomy represents the power exerted by health professionals towards the feminine body, taking away the woman's right to decide.
O brinquedo no hospital: uma análise da produ??o acadêmica dos enfermeiros brasileiros
Leite, Tania Maria Coelho;Shimo, Antonieta Keiko Kakuda;
Escola Anna Nery , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452007000200025
Abstract: the purpose of this study was to analyze the thesis and dissertations produced by brazilian nursing personnel on the use of toys in hospitals. a data survey was conducted using the capes, cepen and ibict websites and the studies references were consulted and qualitatively analyzed. the results of this study showed that the objectives frequently referred to the child's experiences during hospitalization, the significance and importance of the toy and the difficulty encountered in its implantation. the use of the toy was used more often before and after the operative periods and these analysis were based on the effects of the toy on children. it became evident to the nursing personnel that the toy is an indispensable tool for childcare. therefore, we recommended that both the therapeutic toy and the practice toy be used in the nursing pediatric care plan.
Uso do brinquedo no hospital: o que os enfermeiros brasileirosest?o estudando?
Leite, Tania Maria Coelho;Shimo, Antonieta Keiko Kakuda;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342008000200025
Abstract: care for the emotional needs of hospitalized children has had the attention of nursing professionals in brazil, although not as a general rule. the chance to play is known as a relief from suffering, especially in childhood, which justifies the importance of this theme. this study had the objective of analyzing brazilian nurses#&39; academic production on the use of toys during the attention to children in hospitals in strictu sensu graduate programs. data were taken from portal capes, cepen, ibict and papers#&39; references. of the 15 theses/dissertations found in the literature only 14 are available; they were analyzed and comprise the corpus of this study. it was found that toys have been used mostly in pre and post-surgery, by nursing professors, with preschool and school age children, parents and nurses. all of the works reinforce the positive results of toys#&39; use. we recommend to pediatric nurses the use of toys in all institutions where children need care.
The meaning of the rubella vaccine for pregnant women
Ozaki, Lúcia Maria Tonzar Ristori;Shimo, Antonieta Keiko Kakuda;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692007000400002
Abstract: the research was aimed at describing the meaning of the rubella vaccine to women who were discovered pregnant after having received the measles-rubella vaccine during the 2001 campaign against rubella, and who lived in 10 cities within the region of dir xx from s?o jo?o da boa vista. the theory of social representation was used as a reference framework for the research, and data were collected through the collective subject discourse technique, involving 18 women who either were pregnant or became pregnant within 30 days after having received the vaccine. through their discourse, it was possible to unveil the diversity of meanings the rubella vaccine has when dispensed during pregnancy, characterized as a threat to their and their children's physical integrity and to their conjugal relationship. the meanings constitute an important source of information that allows health professionals and administrators to reflect, so they can reconsider their role as health promoters.
Perfil de adolescentes com repeti??o da gravidez atendidas num ambulatório de pré-natal
Persona, Lia;Shimo, Antonieta Keiko Kakuda;Tarallo, Maria Celina;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692004000500007
Abstract: this study identified the biopsychosocial profile of adolescent with repeated pregnancies, who were attended at a prenatal clinic. data were collected through patient records and interviews and were subject to quantitative analysis. based on the obtained results and in accordance with literature, factors that are strongly associated with the occurrence of pregnancy repetition were selected in the adolescents' profiles. these are: early menarche; first sexual intercourse shortly after menarche; school repetition; school dropout; non remunerated occupation; low family income; involvement with older partners; living with the partner; consensual union with the partner; one partner; low condom use; family history of adolescent pregnancy; father's absence because of death or abandonment; positive family reaction to previous pregnancy; previous abortion; adolescent's positive concepts about previous delivery; and absence from previous postpartum consultations.
Ichisato, Sueli Mutsumi Tsukuda;Shimo, Antonieta Keiko Kakuda;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692001000500011
Abstract: hypogalactia has been one of the reasons that lead mothers to early weaning. beliefs and taboos influence breastfeeding during lactation. this study aims at identifying regional lactagogues used as a support to breastfeeding based on taboos and beliefs. it is a case report which uses prose analysis(12). the findings show that feeding oneself with certain types of food or not, having experienced breastfeeding, beliefs transmitted by family members and physicians and the child's growth and development were factors which stimulated breastfeeding.
Ichisato Sueli Mutsumi Tsukuda,Shimo Antonieta Keiko Kakuda
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2001,
Abstract: A hipogalactia tem levado ao desmame precoce. As cren as e os tabus influenciam a alimenta o materna durante a lacta o. O presente estudo tem como objetivo identificar lactogogos regionais utilizados como suporte do aleitamento materno (AM), pautados nos tabus e cren as. Trata-se de um estudo de caso utilizando a análise de prosa(12). Alimentar-se ou n o de certos alimentos, ter vivenciado a amamenta o, as cren as transmitidas por familiares e médicos, crescimento e desenvolvimento da crian a foram os fatores que estimularam o AM na nossa pesquisa
Revisitando o desmame precoce através de recortes da história
Ichisato Sueli Mutsumi Tsukuda,Shimo Antonieta Keiko Kakuda
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2002,
Abstract: A a o básica de saúde requer estratégia direcionada quanto à tomada de consciência da importancia do aleitamento materno, principalmente para redu o da morbi-mortalidade infantil. A história da amamenta o mostra um hiato sobre como os povos lidaram com o desmame precoce. Objetiva-se, neste estudo, revisitar o desmame precoce através de recortes históricos. A revis o bibliográfica foi a estratégia utilizada para este estudo. A amostra constou de livros, monografias, teses, disserta es, textos publicados em revistas científicas e artigos captados via Internet, no período de 1978 a 1998, os quais retratam histórias desde a época mitológica até os séculos atuais. A revis o apontou que o desmame é sócio-culturalmente construído e determinado e que a mulher, para manter o aleitamento materno, necessita n o só de suporte/apoio familiar e social, mas também governamental.
Sentimentos e experiências na vida das mulheres com cancer de mama
Vieira, Carolina Pasquote;Lopes, Maria Helena Baena de Moraes;Shimo, Antonieta Keiko Kakuda;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342007000200020
Abstract: identifying feelings and experiences related to breast cancer becomes important to enable those who are part of a woman's social circle to grasp this stage of her life. for this study, a literature review was carried out in order to identify what are the most common thoughts and feelings women experience after a breast cancer diagnosis. the review was conducted through bibliographical research in lilacs and medline databases using the key words breast, cancer, feeling, female, and representation. contents related to cancer were searched, such as the meaning of the disease and its implication to the woman's emotional and social life. the conclusion was that experiences related to breast cancer have an individual scope, and that their representations are different for each woman.
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