Resultados: 46

Training of intensive care nurses to handle continuous hemodialysis: a latent condition for safety

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.1), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze the repercussions of the training of nurses working in the Intensive Care Unit for the management of continuous hemodialysis regarding the safety of critical patients with acute renal failure. Method: Qualitative research developed considering James Reason's reference in ...

Equipment failure: conducts of nurses and implications for patient safety

Rev. bras. enferm; 71 (4), 2018
ABSTRACT Objectives: To identify equipment failures during handling by nurses and analyze the conduct of the professionals when these failures occur. Methods: Descriptive, exploratory and qualitative study, whose field was the intensive care unit of a public institution, and the participants were day n...

Handoff communication in intensive care: links with patient safety

Abstract Objective: To gather scientific evidence about ICU handoff practices and their implications on the safety of communication among team members about hospitalized patients. Method: This was an integrative review conducted in the Medline, PubMed, Cinahl and Scopus databases with the descriptors p...

Social representations of older adults regarding quality of life

Rev. bras. enferm; 70 (4), 2017
ABSTRACT Objective: to identify the social representations of older adults regarding quality of life, and to analyze the care practices adopted to promote it. Method: qualitative, exploratory, descriptive research, applying the Theory of Social Representations. Thirty older people from a Health Academy...

Violations of nurses in the use of equipment in intensive care

Texto & contexto enferm; 26 (2), 2017
ABSTRACT Objective: to identify situations of violation in the use of equipment by nurses in the intensive care unit and analyze their implications on patient safety. Method: a descriptive field study with qualitative approach was carried out from March to December 2014, with the use of James Reason'...

Práticas de cuidado de enfermagem na terapia intensiva: Análise segundo a ética da responsabilidade

Objetivos: Identificar e analisar as práticas de cuidar da enfermagem que comprometam os valores ético-profissionais na terapia intensiva. Métodos: Pesquisa qualitativa e descritiva, realizada em 2011 com 21 enfermeiros da Unidade de Terapia Intensiva de um hospital público do município do Rio de J...

Tecnologias na terapia intensiva: causas dos eventos adversos e implicações para a Enfermagem

Rev. bras. enferm; 69 (5), 2016
RESUMO Objetivo: identificar as causas de eventos adversos no cliente relacionados aos equipamentos presentes no cenário de terapia intensiva; indicar as principais recomendações à prática clínica para minimizar tais eventos e, então, discutir as implicações na assistência de enfermagem. Mét...

Slips, lapses and mistakes inthe use of equipment by nurses in an intensive care unit

Rev. Esc. Enferm. USP; 50 (3), 2016
Abstract OBJECTIVE Toidentify the occurrence of errors in the use of equipment by nurses working in intensive careandanalyzing them in the framework of James Reason's theory of human error. METHOD Qualitative field study in the intensive care unit of a federal hospital in the city of Rio de Janeiro. Ob...

Perfil de los estudiantes mexicanos en las clínicas de enfermería

Objetivo: Describir el perfil de salud y los riesgos ocupacionales de estudiantes de enfermería en las prácticas clínica. Métodos: Estudio transversal, realizado en una universidad mexicana, muestra intencionada de 750 alumnos, a través de un cuestionario auto-administrado. Análisis por software SP...

A conceptual framework of clinical nursing care in intensive care

Objective: to propose a conceptual framework for clinical nursing care in intensive care.Method: descriptive and qualitative field research, carried out with 21 nurses from an intensive care unit of a federal public hospital. We conducted semi-structured interviews and thematic and lexical content analys...