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REME rev. min. enferm ; 23: e-1271, jan.2019.
Article in Portuguese | LILACS (Americas), BDENF | ID: biblio-1047850

ABSTRACT

OBJETIVO: verificar a associação do ambiente de trabalho e da satisfação profissional de trabalhadores de Enfermagem pelo tipo de unidade de terapia intensiva, adulto e infantil. MÉTODO: estudo transversal e analítico. Foi realizado com profissionais de Enfermagem (n=226) de unidades de terapia intensiva de três hospitais (H1, H2 e H3) gerais do Paraná, Brasil. Para mensuração da satisfação profissional, utilizou-se a versão brasileira validada do Index of Work Satisfaction e, para extrair a percepção da equipe de Enfermagem sobre o ambiente de trabalho, utilizou-se a versão brasileira validada do Nursing Work Index-Revised. Após os dados tabulados procedeu-se à análise estatística descritiva e inferencial. RESULTADOS: de forma geral, as equipes de todos os hospitais e unidades referiam boa satisfação e percepção sobre ambiente de trabalho. As diferenças estatisticamente significativas a respeito da satisfação profissional foram as seguintes: domínio remuneração pior na UTI infantil em H2 (p-valor=0,035); e domínio interação e interação enfermeiro-médico com médias superiores (piores) na UTI adulto em H3 (p-valor=0,036 e 0,011, respectivamente). Acerca do ambiente de trabalho, houve média superior (pior ambiente) na UTI adulto em H3 para o domínio relação médico-enfermeiro (p-valor=0,023). Não houve significância estatística na comparação dos escores sobre o ambiente de trabalho para as demais instituições. CONCLUSÃO: as equipes estavam satisfeitas com o trabalho e avaliaram positivamente o seu ambiente de prática. Contudo, algumas diferenças pontuais entre as UTIs adulto e infantil podem ser consideradas para estratégias gerenciais mais assertivas, principalmente sobre aspectos relacionais na UTI adulto do hospital público.(AU)


Objectives: to verify the association between the work environment and the professional satisfaction of Nursing workers by type of intensive care unit: adult and child. Method: a cross-sectional and analytical study. It was performed with Nursing professionals (n=226) from intensive care units of three general hospitals (H1, H2 and H3) in Paraná, Brazil. To measure job satisfaction, the validated Brazilian version of the Index of Work Satisfaction was used, and to extract the Nursing team's perception of the work environment, the validated Brazilian version of the Nursing Work Index-Revised was chosen. After the tabulated data, a descriptive and inferential statistical analysis was performed. Results: overall, the teams from all hospitals and units reported a good satisfaction and perception about their work environments. The statistically significant differences regarding job satisfaction were as follows: worse remuneration domain in the child ICU in H2 (p-value=0.035); and interaction and nurse-physician interaction domain with higher (worse) mean values in the adult ICU in H3 (p-values=0.036 and 0.011, respectively). Regarding the work environment, there was a higher mean (worse environment) in the adult ICU in H3 for the physician-nurse relationship domain (p-value=0.023). There was no statistical significance in the comparison of the work environment scores for the other institutions. Conclusion: the teams were satisfied with their work and positively...(AU)


Objetivo: verificar la asociación del entorno laboral y de la satisfacción profesional de los trabajadores de enfermería por tipo de unidad de cuidados intensivos, adulto e infantil. Método: estudio transversal y analítico llevado a cabo con profesionales de enfermería (n = 226) de unidades de cuidados intensivos de tres hospitales generales (H1, H2 y H3) de Paraná, Brasil. Para medir la satisfacción laboral se utilizó la versión brasileña validada del Índice de Satisfacción Laboral, y para extraer la percepción del equipo de enfermería del entorno laboral se utilizó la versión brasileña validada del Índice de Trabajo de EnfermeríaRevisado. Después de la tabulación de datos, se realizó un análisis estadístico descriptivo e inferencial. Resultados: en general, los equipos de todos los hospitales y unidades informaron buena satisfacción y percepción sobre el entorno laboral. Las diferencias estadísticamente significativas con respecto a la satisfacción laboral fueron las siguientes: dominio salario peor en la UCI infantil en H2 (valor p = 0,035); dominio interacción entre el enfermero y el médico promedios más altos (peores) en la UCI de adultos en H3 (valor p = 0,036 y 0,011, respectivamente). Con respecto al ambiente de trabajo, hubo un promedio más alto (peor ambiente) en la UCI de adultos en H3 para el dominio de relación médico-enfermero (valor p = 0,023). No hubo significación estadística en la comparación de las puntuaciones del entorno laboral para las otras instituciones. Conclusión: los equipos quedaron satisfechos con el trabajo y evaluaron positivamente su entorno de práctica. Sin embargo, se pueden considerar algunas diferencias puntuales entre las UCI de adultos y niños para estrategias de manejo más asertivas, especialmente con respecto a los aspectos relacionales en la UCI de adultos del hospital público.(AU)


Subject(s)
Working Environment , Quality Management , Intensive Care Units , Job Satisfaction , Nursing, Team , Working Conditions , Occupational Health Nursing
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Acta sci., Health sci ; 39(2): 183-188, July-Dec. 2017. tab
Article in English | LILACS (Americas) | ID: biblio-859819

ABSTRACT

Urinary tract infection is the most common bacterial complication in renal transplant. This study investigated the number of urinary infection in renal transplant patients at a transplant center aimed at improving nursing care in order to minimize the incidence of urinary infection. We analyzed 59 medical records of patients subjected to renal transplant from May to June 2015 at a transplant center in a hospital in northwestern state of Paraná. The prevailing age of the patients was between 50 and 60 years (29%), and the hemodialysis time was up to 24 months (30%). In patients diagnosed with urinary tract infection (36%), the prevalent microorganisms were: Enterobacter cloacae (25%), occurring more frequently in the first month after transplantation (67%). It was concluded the nursing team may to act in the control and prevention of urinary tract infection.


A infecção do trato urinário é a intercorrência bacteriana mais comum em transplante renal. O presente trabalho objetivou investigar o número de infecções urinárias em pacientes transplantados renais em um centro transplantador, visando à melhoria dos cuidados de enfermagem a fim de amenizar a incidência de infecção urinária. Analisou-se 59 prontuários de pacientes que foram submetidos ao transplante renal entre janeiro 2012 à janeiro 2015 em um centro transplantador situado em um hospital no Noroeste do estado do Paraná. A idade prevalente dos pacientes foi entre 50 e 60 anos (29%), e o tempo de hemodiálise foi de até 24 meses (30%). Entre os pacientes diagnosticados com infecção urinária (36%) o microorganismo prevalente foi: Enterobacter cloacae (25%), ocorrendo com maior frequência no primeiro mês após o transplante (67%). Conclui-se que a equipe de enfermagem pode atuar satisfatoriamente no controle e prevenção da infecção urinária.


Subject(s)
Catheterization , Infections , Renal Insufficiency, Chronic , Transplantation , Urinary Tract , Nursing Care
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Rev. bras. hematol. hemoter ; 37(5): 336-340, Sept.-Oct. 2015. tab
Article in English | LILACS (Americas) | ID: lil-764214

ABSTRACT

OBJECTIVE: To determine the prevalence of the Torque teno virus in healthy donors in the northern and northwestern regions of the state of Paraná, southern Brazil.METHODS: The Torque teno virus was detected by a nested polymerase chain reaction using a set of oligoprimers for the N22 region.RESULTS: The prevalence of the virus was 69% in 551 healthy blood donors in southern Brazil. There was no statistically significant difference between the presence of the virus and the variables gender, ethnicity and marital status. There was significant difference in the prevalence of the virus regarding the age of the donors (p-value = 0.024) with a higher incidence (74.7%) in 18- to 24-year-old donors.CONCLUSION: A high prevalence of Torque teno virus was observed in the population studied. Further studies are needed to elucidate the routes of contamination and the clinical implications of the virus in the healthy population.


Subject(s)
Humans , Male , Female , Adolescent , Adult , Middle Aged , Virology , Blood Donors , Polymerase Chain Reaction , Torque teno virus , Anelloviridae
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Rev. bras. hematol. hemoter ; 35(6): 395-399, 2013. tab
Article in English | LILACS (Americas) | ID: lil-699999

ABSTRACT

Background: So that an improvement in the selection of donors can be achieved and the risk to the recipient of transfused blood can be reduced, prospective donors are submitted to clinical and serological screening. Objective: This study investigated the blood discard rate and the rate of infectious and contagious diseases in blood donors from provincial towns of the state of Paraná, Brazil. Methods: This study was an exploratory cross-sectional descriptive investigation with a quantitative approach of donations between January and December 2011. Results: In the study period the Regional Blood center in Maringá, Brazil received 8337 blood donations from people living in the city and neighboring towns. However, 278 (3.33%) donations were discarded during serological screening owing to one or more positive serological markers. A total of 46.4% of the discarded blood units were confirmed positive by serology with anti-HBc being the most common (66.7%), followed by syphilis (22.5%), HBsAg (4.7%), anti-hepatitis C virus (3.1%), human immunodeficiency virus (1.5%) and Chagas' disease (1.5%). The rate of infectious-contagious diseases that can be transmitted by blood transfusions was 1.55% (129/8337) of the donor population with a frequency of 1.03% for anti-HBc and 0.35% for syphilis. Conclusion: This study demonstrates a high prevalence of the anti-HBc marker in prospective blood donors from provincial towns in the state of Paraná, Brazil. .


Subject(s)
Humans , Blood Banks , Blood Safety , Blood Donors/statistics & numerical data , Hemotherapy Service , Hepatitis C/transmission , Biomarkers , Quality Control , Serology , Brazil
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