2017
DOI: 10.5935/0103-507x.20170023
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Abstract: ObjectiveTo construct and implement an instrument (checklist) to improve safety when performing the prone maneuver.MethodsThis was an applied, qualitative and descriptive study. The instrument was developed based on a broad review of the literature pertaining to the construction of a care protocol using the main electronic databases (MEDLINE, LILACS and Cochrane).ResultsWe describe the construction of a patient safety tool with numerous modifications and adaptations based on the observations of the multidiscip… Show more

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“…1). (22) Some limitations of this study should be noted. First, this is a single center retrospective cohort study in a resource constrained environment under crisis operations.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 89%
“…1). (22) Some limitations of this study should be noted. First, this is a single center retrospective cohort study in a resource constrained environment under crisis operations.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 89%
“…The existing literature on education about and implementation of PPV reflects the traditional nursingoriented approach to PPV. [18][19][20] In addition, many aspects of routine nursing care and quality metrics (eg, feeding) are directly affected by prone positioning. Our findings before training are consistent with previous studies that identified lack of perceived benefit and safety concerns as potential barriers to implementation of PPV.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…17 The use of interprofessional simulation-based training before implementation of PPV has not been previously reported, with most studies focusing on training nurses. [18][19][20] Therefore, we sought to determine the impact of an interprofessional simulation-based training program on the perception of benefit and comfort with PPV among registered nurses, physicians, and respiratory therapists and to see whether such a program can help identify LSTs before implementation.…”
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“…Essa ventilação baseia-se em sua eficácia conhecida em pacientes com SDRA, 21 bem como em observações limitadas de pacientes com SDRA relacionadas ao COVID-19 que respondem bem a essa manobra. 22 A boa resposta à ventilação prona nesses pacientes deve-se ao fato de que esta posição resulta em distribuição mais uniforme do estresse e da tensão pulmonar, melhora da relação ventilação/perfusão, da mecânica pulmonar e da parede torácica.…”
Section: Ventilação Mecânicaunclassified