2007
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-21002007000400018
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Abstract: Objective: The present study aims to know the main nursing diagnostics (DE) and to propose the nursing interventions for the main (DE) found in this population. Methods: It is a retroactive study, performed on the geriatric wing of a university hospital in the city of São Paulo. The population was defined by the instruments of nursing data collection within the period of June to December/2000. Results: The main DE were: Risk of infection (100%), Impaired physical mobility (50,7%), Altered nutrition: less th… Show more

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“…When performing a simple analysis, it was concluded that within a 30 day period, each day, at least four new elderly were hospitalized in the wards studied, corroborating studies in which rates of hospitalization of patients over 80 years were found to be four to five times higher than those for the group between 40-49 years (11,15) . This situation demands specific and specialized nursing care for the promotion of effective care.…”
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confidence: 66%
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“…When performing a simple analysis, it was concluded that within a 30 day period, each day, at least four new elderly were hospitalized in the wards studied, corroborating studies in which rates of hospitalization of patients over 80 years were found to be four to five times higher than those for the group between 40-49 years (11,15) . This situation demands specific and specialized nursing care for the promotion of effective care.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 66%
“…Thus, the percentage of elderly patients with NDIM who presented low levels of schooling and scored below 18 on the MMSE are very close (approximately 80%), justifying the identification of a direct relationship between cognitive reserve capacity and the level of schooling (11)(12) . The high prevalence of DC7, forgetting to perform an action at the planned time, is related to low scores in the ADL and IADL scales, the clock test and reports of the participants and caregivers.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 94%
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“…A mobilidade física é conceituada como uma restrição no movimento físico independente e voluntário do corpo de uma ou mais extremidades 16 . A instabilidade postural está relacionada a uma das principais desordens que afeta a vida dos idosos, pois leva a dificuldade na deambulação, aumenta o risco de queda, pode gerar imobilidade, baixa autoestima e desenvolver medo e insegurança 6 .…”
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“…The expressive cardiovascular disease incidence among the population and the technological advances for their treatment, as well as the complexity and details related to care required by patients who undergo cardiac surgeries, whose health conditions go through constant and abrupt changes, demand immediate and accurate nursing interventions, lacking of previous and scientifically based planning. Several studies demonstrate a concern regarding the nursing diagnosis identification for specific groups, such as: inpatients of surgical practice (6) and medical practice (7) units; hospitalized elderly patients (8) ; medullary injury patients (9) , cardiac catheterization patients (10) , laparoscopic Cholecystectomy immediate postoperative patients (11) , patients during surgical preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative (2)(3)(4)12) . Such studies emphasize the relevance of verifying clinical manifestations of common characteristic patient groups, enabling knowledge of the affected human needs, and thus contributing to the direct and individual nursing interventions development, resulting in the implementation of quick and effective actions to solve the identified problems.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%