Classification degree complexity in systematization nursing care: Public hospital in Amazon
Keywords:Nursing, Diagnostics, Ranking.
AbstractObjective: To classify the complexity of care through the Patient Classification System, and establish the main nursing diagnoses and prescriptions. Method: It is a descriptive study of the type of experience experienced by students and teachers during the theoretical and practical classes of the Nursing in Medical and Surgical Clinic, using indirect, direct and participative observation, as well as the use of the instrument validated Fugulin et al. Results: The sample consisted of 33 patients with a predominance of 63.63% patients classified as minimal care, 15.15%, 18.18%, 3.03% for intermediate care, high dependence and semi-intensive care, respectively. Considerations: It was conclude that the assistance and the role of the nurse in the medical clinic sector allowed a better care, management and organization, obtaining an understanding not only of the patient's problem situation, but also the factors related to their basic human needs.
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