volume 70, issue 3, P481-488 2017
DOI: 10.1590/0034-7167-2015-0034
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Abstract: ABSTRACT Objective: to identify the mean direct cost (MDC) of the most frequent procedures performed by nursing professionals on severely burned patients in an Intensive Care Unit. Method: exploratory-descriptive quantitative single-case study. The MDC was calculated by multiplying time (timed) spent by nursing professionals in the performance of the procedures by the unit cost of direct labor, and adding the costs of material and medicine/solutions. Results: a MDC of US$ 0.65 (SD=0.36) was obtained for "vita…

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