Efectividad de tecnicas de prevencion e intervencion de enfermeria en ulceras por presion apegadas a indicadores de calidad, en Hospital General.
Mendoza Lorenzo, Iris Samantha
Padilla Juárez, Susana
Pineda Saucedo, María de la Salud
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A study is carried out to assess the effectiveness of prevention techniques and nursing intervention in pressure ulcers attached to quality indicators, aiming to distinguish the process in practice to identify the care and knowledge of the nursing staff in the nursing unit. Intensive Care, Method, a quantitative, cross-sectional, quasi-experimental and comparative study, the variables were the care and knowledge of the nursing staff, Results were made to 11 ICU nurses of which The average found in the shadow study before the intervention there was a 43.63% compliance with ulcer prevention criteria, after the intervention it increased to 74.54% compliance with this indicator. The qualification on the knowledge, before the intervention was of 6.18, after the educational intervention a score of 8.9 was obtained.
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