2015
DOI: 10.17267/2317-3378rec.v4i1.456
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Abstract: ResumoEste estudo trata-se de uma revisão de literatura, com o objetivo de levantar na literatura nacional, qual a atuação dos enfermeiros na humanização do parto. Após pesquisa na base de dados do Capes, foram selecionados 33 artigos, a partir dos critérios de inclusão que posteriormente foram analisados e categorizados. Resultados: Observou-se a ascensão da enfermagem obstétrica através de incentivos de políticas públicas e estas consolidam o processo de humanizar. Conclusão: Apesar das dificuldades encontra… Show more

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“…Nurses are gaining space in assisting the birth since the late 80's and had further consolidation with the implementation of the law of professional practice which provides for the participation of the obstetric nurse in attendance to prenatal, delivery and postpartum [16]. Still at this point of view, since the 90s, the public policy childbirth care humanization has encouraged the inclusion of nursing in monitoring the usual risk of birth to promote changes in care model [16].…”
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“…Nurses are gaining space in assisting the birth since the late 80's and had further consolidation with the implementation of the law of professional practice which provides for the participation of the obstetric nurse in attendance to prenatal, delivery and postpartum [16]. Still at this point of view, since the 90s, the public policy childbirth care humanization has encouraged the inclusion of nursing in monitoring the usual risk of birth to promote changes in care model [16].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Still at this point of view, since the 90s, the public policy childbirth care humanization has encouraged the inclusion of nursing in monitoring the usual risk of birth to promote changes in care model [16].…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Na literatura, um dos motivos para a ausência da enfermeira com as parturientes são as demandas administrativas e gerenciais de que ela deve dar conta, o que limita, muitas vezes, a assistência e cuidado de qualidade, baseando seu acolhimento em poucos momentos com a paciente, mesmo em centros obstétricos. 15 Entretanto, acolhimento à parturiente é de extrema importância para a efetivação de um parto respeitoso com escuta e diálogo dos profissionais envolvidos com as parturientes. 16 Boas relações entre os profissionais e as mulheres são fundamentais para amenizar a dor e o medo do desconhecido.…”
Section: As Enfermeiras Passavam Toda Hora Entravam E Saíam (M10)unclassified
“…Therefore, the knowledge and application of Systematization of Nursing Care (SNC) should be prioritized in the daily work process of this professional. 3 It is necessary, in order to carry out the SNC, the application of the Nursing Process, which consists of a scientific method that guides the actions and identifies the main needs of the individual, from which the interventions are traced to achieve a certain result. The Federal Nursing Council, SNC, was regulated in Brazil by Resolution Num.…”
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“…358/2009, designating as a duty the implementation of this system in all public and private institutions. [3][4] Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) and Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) are defined as the standardized languages that emerged from the need of the American Nursing Association and the relevance of achieving cientificity of the profession. [5][6][7] It is possible to identify, through the Nursing diagnosis, the health needs of the individual, enabling the professional exercise and valuing Nursing as a science.…”
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