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Implementation of a surgical safety checklist in Brazil: cross-sectional study

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (2), 2021
ABSTRACT Objective: to identify the implementation process of the World Health Organization Surgical Safety Checklist in Brazilian hospitals. Methods: this is a cross-sectional study with 531 participants during a Congress of Perioperative Nursing, promoted by the Brazilian Association of Operating Roo...

In(compatibility) of intravenous drugs in critical units: adult cohort

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (2), 2021
ABSTRACT Objectives: To analyze potential (in)compatibilities of intravenous drugs based on the scheduling prepared by the nursing team. Methods: historic cohort (retrospective) with 110 adults in critical units. Intravenous medications were identified concomitantly, whose pairs were analyzed for (in) ...

Immunochromatography and laboratory serologies: an evaluation of immunodiagnoses in prenatal care

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (2), 2021
ABSTRACT Objectives: to describe the use of affinity chromatographies and laboratory serologies in the evaluation of immunodiagnoses during prenatal. Methods: quantitative study, characterized as a descriptive observational research. Data was collected from the records of 46 pregnant women who were in ...

Bundle for the prevention and management of complications of neutropenia in cancer patients

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (2), 2021
ABSTRACT Objectives: to construct and assess bundle content for the prevention and management of complications in neutropenia in cancer patients. Methods: a methodological study developed in four stages: scoping review; bundle construction; material assessment by experts (developed according to Pasqual...

Direct cost of Peripherally Inserted Central Venous Catheter insertion by nurses in hospitalized adults

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (2), 2021
ABSTRACT Objectives: to analyze the average direct cost of PICC insertion by nurses. Methods: this is a unique case study with a quantitative approach. The observation took place in a public hospital, collecting information on inputs used and procedure length. For the calculation of costs, time was mul...

Music in the relief of stress and distress in cancer patients

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (2), 2021
ABSTRACT Objectives: to evaluate the effects of music on the physiological stress and distress of cancer patients being treated in a hospital. Methods: quasi-experimental study carried out with cancer patients hospitalized in the nursing wards of a public hospital. There was a single 15-minute interven...

Professional competencies to promote health in nursing and physical education undergraduate courses

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (2), 2021
ABSTRACT Objectives: to recognize the competencies for health promotion and their magnitude of expression in undergraduate health education based on the analysis of the pedagogical projects of the courses and from the teaching perspective. Methods: research with a mixed approach, carried out at a publi...

Complementary therapies in education, community extension and research in nursing

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (2), 2021
ABSTRACT Objective: Report the implementation of integrative and complementary practices in a Nursing course at a federal university in the fields of teaching, research and extension. Method: As a reference, the concept of nursing care anchored in the integrality and the avant-garde legacy of Florence ...

Orthognathic surgery: doubts from patients with orofacial fissures regarding the immediate postoperative period

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (2), 2021
ABSTRACT Objectives: to identify the main doubts regarding the immediate postoperative care of patients with orofacial clefts undergoing orthognathic surgery. Methods: cross-sectional, quantitative study, developed in a public and tertiary hospital, between November 2017 and May 2018. Data collection o...

The meaning of nursing 200 years after Nightingale - perceptions of professional practice in the intensivist context

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (2), 2021
ABSTRACT Objectives: to know the meaning of contemporary nursing from the experience of intensive care nurses. Methods: qualitative research based on the theoretical framework of Symbolic Interactionism and the methodological framework of Interpretive Interactionism. The setting was a general hospital ...