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Acta sci., Health sci ; 44: e53802, Jan. 14, 2022.
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-1363583

ABSTRACT

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) has become a global public health challenge. The objective of this study was to analyze the relationship between self-perception of oral health and clinical condition among patients with CKD. This isa quanti-qualitative survey conducted in a CKD specialized service. The sample consisted of 60 patients who underwent oral examinations to have their severity of caries (DMFT) and need for dental prosthesis checked. Age, sex, time on dialysis, marital status, skin color, education and pre-existing diseases were also analyzed. Among the kidney patients who agreed to undergo the clinical examinations and showed communication skills, some were selected, and three focus groups were created, with the participation of a moderator and six to 10 kidney patients in each group. Their speeches were processed in the IRAMUTEQ software and analyzed through the similarity analysis and word cloud techniques. As for profile, the patients were aged 60.23 ± 10.87 years old; were male (73.33%); were on dialysis for 41.90 ± 56.57 months; were married (61.67%); were white (76.67%); had incomplete primary education (41.66%); had arterial hypertension (76.67%); had a DMFT index of 22.55 ± 8.39; 43.33% needed an upper complete denture; and 30.00% needed a lower complete denture. The similarity analysis revealed many doubts and uncertainties about current health services, which can be proven by the words 'no' and 'treatment'. The quanti-qualitative analysis showed a high rate of dental loss and the need for complete dentures and suggests inequities in oral health care for chronic kidney disease patients, especially in tertiary care. There was a positive representation regarding oral health, but the lexicographical analyses of the textual corpusconfirmed the self-perception of lack of dental care.


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Humans , Male , Female , Adult , Middle Aged , Aged , Oral Health , Renal Insufficiency, Chronic/diagnosis , Tertiary Healthcare/organization & administration , Public Health/methods , Tooth Loss/diagnosis , Dental Care/methods , Focus Groups/methods , Dental Prosthesis/methods , Dental Caries/prevention & control , Qualitative Research , Diagnosis, Oral/methods , Dialysis/methods , Health Services/supply & distribution
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Acta sci., Health sci ; 43: e54332, Feb.11, 2021.
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-1368507

ABSTRACT

Multiprofessional Health Residency Programs were created to further align health training with the needs of the population and, through an emphasis on teamwork, have been contributing to the consolidation of the Brazilian Unified Health System. The present study sought to understand the perceptions of a group of multiprofessional residents in Hospital Care about interdisciplinarity and interprofessionality within the scope of teamwork. This is a qualitative study that had the participation of 29 multiprofessional residents in the 'Hospital Care' area of concentration, all female (six psychologists, six social workers, six nurses, six physiotherapists and five nutritionists). Data were collected by means of a semi-structured interview script. The corpuswas subjected to thematic content analysis. Most of the participants: (1) reported that their first contact with the notion of interdisciplinarity occurred when they were in college, which led to them assimilating it as a synonym for joint action, and (2) claimed to have no knowledge of the notion of interprofessionality, but valued the horizontalization of relations between health professionals. Additionally, important conditions concerning both interdisciplinarity and interprofessionality were not emphasized by the participants. Further studies on the subject are needed, due to its importance for public health.


Subject(s)
Humans , Female , Patient Care Team/organization & administration , Interdisciplinary Placement/organization & administration , Interprofessional Relations , Tertiary Healthcare/organization & administration , Public Health/education , Health Personnel/organization & administration , Hospital Care , Health Services Needs and Demand/organization & administration , Internship and Residency/organization & administration
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Rev. mex. reumatol ; 8(3): 136-41, mayo-jun. 1993. ilus, tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: lil-139000

ABSTRACT

La satisfacción del paciente con la atención médica recibida se debe considerar cuando se evalúa calidad de la atención. Objetivos: a) primario: conocer el grado de satisfacción del paciente con los diversos elementos involucrados en la consulta externa de reumatología de un centro de tercer nivel y b) secundarios: evaluar su relación con las siguientes variables: diagnóstico, capacidad funcional, escolaridad, depresión, tipo de médico (residente vs médico de base) y nivel socio-económico y diseñar estrategias para corregir los problemas que se identifiquen y un programa de seguimiento y evaluación periódicos: Diseño: estudio descriptivo y transversal. Material y métodos: Se aplicó un cuestionario a 220 pacientes al salir de su consulta médica habitual a través de un entrevistador entrenado. El instrumento evaluaba los diversos elementos que a nuestro juicio deben medirse en los diferentes servicios de nuestro departamento, las preguntas se contestaban en su mayoría en escalas visuales análogas de 0-10. Análisis: Se utilizó estadística descriptiva entre grupos se realizó con estadística no paramétrica; se consideró significativo un valor de alfa de 0.05 bimarginal sin ajuste para comparaciones múltiples. resultados: Se encontró en general que el grado de satisfacción con la atención recibida es alto pero significativamente menor para el servicio de recepción (p < 0.05). Los pacientes de menor escolaridad se encontraban más deprimidos, más satisfechos y conocían con menor frecuencia el nombre del médico y su diagnóstico (p < 0.05). Conslusiones: La satisfacción del paciente puede utilizarse para mejorar la calidad de la atención médica; debe fomentarse su detección y atender sugerencias


Subject(s)
Humans , Tertiary Healthcare/organization & administration , Tertiary Healthcare , Quality of Health Care/organization & administration , Quality of Health Care/trends , Rheumatology , Rheumatology/organization & administration , Patient Satisfaction/statistics & numerical data , Patient Satisfaction/trends
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Säo Paulo; s.n; 1989. 37 p.
Non-conventional in Portuguese | LILACS | ID: lil-160365

ABSTRACT

Analisa a populaçäo de internados no Complexo Hospitalar de Franco da Rocha (Juqueri), SP, que antes de ser uma populaçäo homogênea de "crônicos", possui peculiaridades que devem ser consideradas. Foi usado o critério de graus de autonomia (I, II, III) dos internados visando a verificaçäo da diversidade dos comportamentos individuais (AMSB)


Subject(s)
Humans , Male , Female , Hospitals, Psychiatric/organization & administration , Health Services Research/methods , Patient Care Planning/organization & administration , Tertiary Healthcare/organization & administration , Age Factors , Community Psychiatry , Length of Stay , Mental Disorders/rehabilitation , Personnel, Hospital , Mental Health Services/organization & administration
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Säo Paulo; s.n; 1989. 12 p.
Non-conventional in Portuguese | LILACS | ID: lil-160367

ABSTRACT

Analisa os resultados de levantamento sobre as características gerais dos internados no Complexo Hospitalar de Franco da Rocha (Juqueri), SP. A folha do levantamento foi preenchida com dados extraídos de prontuários e com entrevistas e observaçöes complementares sobre uma amostra de 1.606 casos. Os resultados permitem as seguintes conclusöes: a populaçäo atual do Juqueri é de idosos, muito dependente e com tempo prolongado e internaçäo; a maioria tem possibilidades limitadas de reinserçäo social autônoma. O quadro de pessoal é insuficiente e deve ser ampliado, o mesmo ocorrendo com a dotaçäo financeira para recursos humanos e materiais (AMSB)


Subject(s)
Humans , Male , Female , Hospitals, Psychiatric/organization & administration , Health Services Research/statistics & numerical data , Patient Care Planning/organization & administration , Tertiary Healthcare/organization & administration , Age Factors , Community Psychiatry , Educational Status , Length of Stay , Marital Status , Mental Disorders/etiology , Mental Health Services/organization & administration , Sex Factors
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