2016
DOI: 10.5585/rgss.v5i2.243
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Perfil das Internações em Unidades de Terapia Intensiva Adulto na Cidade de Anápolis – Goiás – 2012

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“…A study conducted in the city of Anápolis-GO described the profile of hospitalizations in adult intensive care units reporting that 46% of the sample were from 60 to 89 years old, a fact that can be explained, according to the study, by the increase in life expectancy, increasing population aging and a higher incidence of chronic degenerative diseases, since these diseases increase with the advancing age. 14 In this study, 71.96% of the patients were hospitalized for up to 15 days. A study performed at a university hospital in Rio de Janeiro (RJ) showed an average length of stay in the ICU from eight to nine days.15 Another study showed a minimum variation from zero (less than 24 hours of hospitalization) to a maximum of 73 days, with an average time of hospitalization of six days.…”
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“…A study conducted in the city of Anápolis-GO described the profile of hospitalizations in adult intensive care units reporting that 46% of the sample were from 60 to 89 years old, a fact that can be explained, according to the study, by the increase in life expectancy, increasing population aging and a higher incidence of chronic degenerative diseases, since these diseases increase with the advancing age. 14 In this study, 71.96% of the patients were hospitalized for up to 15 days. A study performed at a university hospital in Rio de Janeiro (RJ) showed an average length of stay in the ICU from eight to nine days.15 Another study showed a minimum variation from zero (less than 24 hours of hospitalization) to a maximum of 73 days, with an average time of hospitalization of six days.…”
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“…18 According to the length of hospitalization, this study suggests that the relationship between the number of discharges and the number of deaths, from the sixteenth day of hospitalization on, converge, showing that the longer the stay, the greater the possibility of unfavorable outcomes, which corroborates with a study conducted in the Brazilian Midwest, that demonstrated that 27% of hospitalizations longer than 8 days had a death outcome, indicating as a complication the prolonged hospitalization. 14 The study has limitations in terms of its sample, since it reflects local reality in a single reference municipality in the southern region of Mato Grosso State, in treating patients who need intensive care in a Specialized Intensive Care Unit.…”
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“…O tempo de permanência hospitalar, comumente utilizado como um indicador de eficiência hospitalar e medida substitutiva de custos tem sido visto como um indicador relacionado com a qualidade do cuidado prestado. Todavia a natureza dessa relação ainda permanece obscura, pois permanências significativamente mais curtas do que o esperado podem indicar a presença de esforços voltados para a diminuição de custos através da alta prematura dos pacientes, ou seja, baixa qualidade 8 19 .…”
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“…A elevada incidência de doenças não transmissíveis e crônicas na população de maior idade é proporcional à elevada busca por serviço de saúde e internação hospitalar. Em função do impacto sobre a qualidade de vida dos usuários, dos riscos inerentes a processos de internação prolongados e alto custo para o sistema, estudos voltados para UTI possuem alta relevância científica e política 4,8 .…”
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