Resultados: 130

The interactive effect of preoperative consultation and operating room admission by a counselor on anxiety level and vital signs in patients undergoing Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting surgery. A clinical trial study

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (2), 2020
Objective. The purpose of this study was to provide appropriate preoperative supportive conditions to improve anxiety and vital signs for patients undergoing Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting -CABG- surgery. Methods. This clinical trial study was performed on 90 patients undergoing CABG surgery in Farshchi...

Implications of institutional racism in the therapeutic itinerary of people with chronic renal failure

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (2), 2020
Objective. To understand the implications of institutional racism in the therapeutic itinerary of patients with chronic renal failure (CRF) in the search for diagnosis and treatment of the disease. Methods. Descriptive, qualitative study developed with 23 people with CRF in a regional reference hospital ...

Meaning of Receiving Artificial Nutritional Support in People in the Postoperative Period of Abdominal Surgery

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (2), 2020
Objective. This work sought to describe the meaning of receiving artificial nutritional support in people in the postoperative period of abdominal surgery. Methods. This was a qualitative study of grounded theory, following the guidelines by Corbin and Strauss. The information was collected through 26 in...

Report of the Experience of Living with High Blood Pressure in Light of the Theory of Caring

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (2), 2020
Objective. To analyze the report of the experience of the person with high blood pressure, in light of the theory proposed by Kristen Swanson, Methods. This was a qualitative research with autobiographical-type narrative design. To collect and analyze the information, the work used open in-depth intervie...

Social media use and health promoting lifestyle: an exploration among Indian nursing students

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (2), 2020
Objective. To evaluate the use of social media and the health promoting lifestyle profile of indian nursing students. Methods. A cross-sectional study was carried out with 125 students (89 undergraduate and 36 graduate) from various Nursing universities in India, who provided information on their sociode...

Face masks vs. COVID-19: a systematic review

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (2), 2020
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) spread rapidly around the world. Two types of approaches have been applied to use of face masks as a tool to prevent the spread this disease in society. The aim of the systematic review was to assess the effectiveness of face masks against the novel coronavirus. A liter...

Formation in Interprofessional Education in Nursing and Medical Students Globally. Scoping review

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (2), 2020
Objective. This work sought to know the state of the art related to the theme of Interprofessional Education (IPE) in the training of Nursing and Medical students and the level of evidence developed thus far. Methods. This was an exploratory systematic review, declared as scoping review by the Joanna Bri...

Education and Health: A Care Bond. School-Nursing Model for Colombia

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (2), 2020
Objective. To describe the construction and validation process of a Model of professional practice of school nursing for Colombia. Methods. Study under the approach of “methodological research in nursing” carried out by the Colombian network of school nursing, with the participation of 26 nurses from...

Psychometric Properties of the Functional Social Support Domain of Perinatal Infant Care Social Support

Invest. educ. enferm; 38 (2), 2020
Objective. To determine the face, content, construct validity, and reliability of the functional social support domain of Perinatal Infant Care Social Support (PICSS) translated into Spanish and adapted for first-time mothers of term babies. Methods. Validation study of the functional social support doma...