2019
DOI: 10.1590/0034-7167-2018-0326
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Abstract: Objective: To identify the procedures considered painful and stressful by health professionals from a neonatal intensive care unit and check the measures of analgesia. Method: Descriptive exploratory quantitative study with 65 health professionals, from November 2016 to February 2017. Results: The procedures considered painful were removal of adhesives, vein, arterial and lumbar puncture, phlebotomy, and thoracic drainage. Oral suctioning, intravenous catheter removal and tracheal extubation were considered … Show more

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“…According to the results, the most common painful procedures were venous puncture, heel puncture and vaccination. Corroborating the shown data, a descriptive and exploratory study conducted in the NICU of a Brazilian hospital identified back puncture, chest drainage, phlebotomy, intramuscular and subcutaneous injection, venous and arterial puncture as the most common painful procedures (43) . Another descriptive study identified that the first 14 days of hospitalization of the newborn, 42.9 painful procedures were performed by NB, the most frequent being calcaneal puncture (44) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to the results, the most common painful procedures were venous puncture, heel puncture and vaccination. Corroborating the shown data, a descriptive and exploratory study conducted in the NICU of a Brazilian hospital identified back puncture, chest drainage, phlebotomy, intramuscular and subcutaneous injection, venous and arterial puncture as the most common painful procedures (43) . Another descriptive study identified that the first 14 days of hospitalization of the newborn, 42.9 painful procedures were performed by NB, the most frequent being calcaneal puncture (44) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A experiência dolorosa de neonatos resulta em alterações fisiológicas, comportamentais e no desenvolvimento do sistema nervoso, podendo levar a prejuízos futuros. Contudo, é preciso avaliar continuamente procedimentos que causem dor, haja vista que muitos são necessários como suporte diagnóstico e terapêutico (23) .…”
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“…A contenção facilitada consiste em uma contenção motora gentil, firme, mas elástica, dos braços e pernas em flexão, posicionados em direção à linha média, próximos do tronco e da face, tocando suavemente sobre a cabeça, podendo o prematuro estar em decúbito lateral ou supino. Essa postura é facilitada pelo posicionamento das mãos do profissional, simulando a posição fetal, devendo ser realizada até o término do procedimento (Mangat et al, 2018;Moraes & Freire, 2019).…”
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“…Medidas não farmacológicas podem ser adotadas de maneira satisfatória para o RN em situações de experiências dolorosas. Vale ressaltar, que dentre as práticas não farmacológicas aplicadas ao RNPT, pode-se considerar a contenção facilitada e o enrolamento, antes e durante os procedimentos dolorosos de menor intensidade, pois esse manejo provoca uma competição com os estímulos dolorosos, permitindo assim a autorregulação do RN (Moraes & Freire, 2019).…”
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