Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing



Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing

Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing

OBJN: Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing tem como objetivo a divulgação e discussão da produção acadêmica e científica. Trata-se de reconhecer a necessidade de coexistência entre as diferentes vertentes de investigação no campo da enfermagem, alimentando o debate constante como forma de incentivo à produção científica. Ao mesmo tempo, visa estimular o diálogo com diferentes áreas do conhecimento, cujos temas se relacionem ao campo da saúde.

Público da revista: Professores, Pesquisadores, Profissionais de saúde, Alunos de graduação e pós-graduação e áreas afins.

OBJN: Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing é uma publicação vinculada a Escola de Enfermagem Aurora de Afonso Costa da Universidade Federal Fluminense.

Classificação Qualis: B1

Editoras responsáveis: Ana Carla Dantas Cavalcanti e Paula Vanessa Peclat Flores.

  • Telenursing in the home care service in COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional study
    por Maria Auxiliadora Rodrigues el día septiembre 27, 2021 a las 12:00 am

    Objective: To identify the nursing interventions performed by telenursing to the elderly and their caregivers in the Home Care Service (SAD) during the COVID-19 pandemic. Method: Cross-sectional study of nursing interventions performed with 140 elderly and 106 caregivers, located in the city of São Gonçalo, in the state of Rio de Janeiro. Therefore, a semi-structured instrument was developed based on the nursing diagnosis of Frailty Syndrome, Risk of contamination, and Caregiver role strain of the NANDA-I Taxonomy(12), NIC nursing interventions and activities(13), and on the Coronavirus Clinical Management Protocol (COVID-19) in the Primary Health Care of the Ministry of Health(14). Results: In 66.4% of the cases, there was a change in the routine to suit the care of the elderly, with no significant difference for the elderly over 85 years old; 53.6% had difficulties in maintaining social isolation, and 49.3% in performing hygiene care. In 95.7%...

  • Impact of Covid-19 on mental health
    por Cláudia Mara de Melo Tavares el día septiembre 15, 2021 a las 12:00 am

    When we least expected it, the fear of death resurfaced with all its ancestral force. Until then, the majority of the world's population was experiencing a kind of sedation of the senses about the impacts of the misery caused by the global economy on people's mental health. And in the extreme era of globalization, when we had already become accustomed to the illusory comfort promoted by the consumer society, here comes a virus that makes us wake up from the sweet and warm maternal lap of capitalism.

  • Nursing diagnoses/outcomes and interventions for patients with COVID-19: a retrospective documentary study
    por Gabriela Lisieux Lima Gomes el día septiembre 14, 2021 a las 12:00 am

    Objective: To elaborate Nursing Diagnoses/Outcomes and Interventions using the International Classification for Nursing Practice in patients with coronavirus infection. Method: An exploratory, descriptive, retrospective and documentary study, developed in emergency care units in the municipality of João Pessoa - Paraíba. The sample consisted of 187 medical records and data collection was carried out between June and August 2020. Data analysis was performed using descriptive statistics, mean, range and standard deviation. Result: A total of 12 Nursing Diagnoses/Outcomes (Dyspnea, Fever, Cough, Muscle Pain, Headache, Diarrhea, Impaired Smell, Impaired Taste, Lack of Appetite, Impaired Swallowing, Chest Pain and Vomiting) and 36 Nursing Interventions targeted at patients affected by coronavirus were identified. Conclusion: The identification of Nursing Diagnoses/Outcomes and Interventions is indispensable to support care, especially in the current scenario of the COVID-19 pandemic, contributing to the operationalization of the Nursing Process.

  • Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on health professionals: a systematic review protocol
    por Tatiana da Silva Melo Malaquias el día septiembre 9, 2021 a las 12:00 am

    Objective: To analyze the prevalence of common mental disorders and physical signs and symptoms in health professionals who provided direct care to patients infected with SARS-CoV-2 in the health services between 2019 and 2021. Method: A systematic literature review which will include observational studies that address common mental disorders and physical signs and symptoms in health professionals who provided direct care to patients infected with SARS-CoV-2 from 2019 to 2021. The searches will be carried out in comprehensive databases, with no language restrictions. All the methodological steps recommended for systematic reviews will be followed. Results: It is expected to identify studies that point out the prevalence of common mental disorders and physical mental signs and symptoms presented by health professionals who provided direct care to patients infected with SARS-CoV-2. Conclusion: This study is ongoing and the protocol is approved by PROSPERO under number CRD42020213686.

  • Factors related to the prevention of covid-19 in people with diabetes: a cross-sectional study
    por Lucas David Maia Matias el día septiembre 9, 2021 a las 12:00 am

    Objective: to analyze the factors related to covid-19 prevention practices in users living with diabetes mellitus. Method: a cross-sectional, analytical and exploratory study, developed with 300 individuals part of the Family Health Strategy and who had a medical diagnosis of type 1 or type 2 diabetes mellitus. In the bivariate analysis, comparisons between quantitative and categorical variables were performed through mann-whitney u tests, Kruskal-Wallis, and dunn's multiple comparison test. Results: there was a relationship between the total score of the level of prevention practices of the covid-19 and the variables sex (p<0.001), age group (p=0.003), formal educational level (p=0.018) and comorbidities (p=0.014). Conclusion:It was concluded that females, in older age groups and higher levels of education, and with a comorbidity presented a total score of the highest level of covid-19 prevention practices. .

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