Daniele Vieira Dantas

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OBJECTIVES To validate an instrument to assess quality of mobile emergency pre-hospital care. METHOD A methodological study where 20 professionals gave their opinions on the items of the proposed instrument. The analysis was performed using Kappa test (K) and Content Validity Index (CVI), considering K> 0.80 and CVI ≥ 0.80. RESULTS Three items were(More)
The objective of this study is to reflect on the knowledge, competencies and skill that must be promoted during the academic education of nurses for an effective professional practice in view of a multiple-victim incident (MVI). This is an integrative literature review regarding academic nursing education. The literature survey was performed on the BDENF,(More)
Results: The average age of participants was 31.8 years (± 14.1). Mostly, the subjects were male (62.5%), single (43.8%), brown (68.8%), economically active (75.0%) and coming from Aracaju and its surroundings (62.5%). Injuries from burns were mostly of second degree (93.8%) and reached the lower limbs (68.8%). The average burned body surface was 15.8% (±(More)
Methods and results: This is a methodological study, in three stages: literature review, validation of content and validation in the clinical context. The literature review was carried out from June to August/2011, being the basis for the construction of the Protocol for Venous Ulcers. The content validation included 53 judges (44 nurses, 8 physicians and 1(More)
Objective To perform clinical validation of a clinical protocol for treatment of individuals with venous ulcers in highly complex health services. Method Methodological quantitative study conducted by four specialist nurses who evaluated 32 patients with venous ulcers, at the Onofre Lopes University Hospital, in Natal/Rio Grande do Norte. Data was(More)
Results: The average age was 31.8 years (± 14.1) and most of the subjects were male. Lower limbs and trunk were the most affected parts of the body, especially with second-degree burns and which affected an average of 15.8% (± 11.5) of the body surface. There was a predominance of gospel music (50.0%). The music reduced the average heart rate and oxygen(More)
Methods and Findings: This is a cross-sectional study, with a Donabedian theoretical reference. The sample was all the professionals of a Mobile Emergency Service and data collection performed by a previously validated quality assessment instrument. Some aspects of the service structure were evaluated negatively, and the process was evaluated in a positive(More)
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