Resultados: 5

Knowledge and attitude of patients with diabetes mellitus in Primary Health Care

Objective: To evaluate the knowledge and attitude of patients with diabetes mellitus in Primary Health Care and associated factors. Methods: Cross-sectional, quantitative and analytical study with 353 patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus in Family Health Strategy units. The Knowledge and Psychological...

Quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS: temporal, socio-demographic and perceived health relationship

Abstract Objective: to analyze the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS and its relationship with sociodemographic variables, health satisfaction and time since diagnosis. Method: quantitative, cross-sectional study with a sample of 100 HIV positive people monitored in a specialized service...

Risk factor for phlebitis: a questionnaire study of nurses' perception

AbstractObjectives: to assess nurses' perceptions of risk factors for the development of phlebitis, with a special focus on the perception of phlebitic potentials of some infusion medications and solutions.Method: a cross-sectional questionnaire study, which included a sample of 102 nurses.Results: Nurse...

The treatment of childhood cancer: unveiling the experience of parents

OBJECTIVE: to understand the experiences of parents of children and adolescents with cancer undergoing treatment. METHOD: qualitative research, based on Heidegger's existential phenomenology, in which 13 parents of eight patients under 19 years of age, assisted by a charity association, were interviewed....

Experiences of family members of patients with colostomies and expectations about professional intervention

OBJECTIVE: the objective was to understand the experience of a group of family members of patients with colostomies, revealing their expectations regarding the intervention of health professionals. METHOD: qualitative research, with the social phenomenological approach of Alfred Schütz, conducted in Mon...