Índice autorreferido pela equipe de ortopedia sobre a prevenção de infecção do sítio cirúrgico

Taysa de Fátima Garcia, Adriana Cristina Oliveira

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Objetivo: avaliar o índice autorreferido pela equipe de cirurgia ortopédica sobre as recomendações para prevenção de infecção do sítio cirúrgico. Método: Estudo descritivo realizado em dois hospitais situados em Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais. Os dados foram analisados no programa Stata,14 por estatística descritiva. Resultados: Participaram 133 profissionais: 22,5% ortopedistas, 7,5% enfermeiros e 69,9% técnicos de enfermagem. Observou-se predominância de mulheres, 61,3%; tempo de trabalho > 8 anos, 58,6%; 53,3% dos médicos e 84,4% da equipe de enfermagem reportaram conhecer as medidas de prevenção. As medidas com menor índice autorreferido foram: descontaminação nasal, referida por 10,7% dos médicos; banho pré-operatório 6,6% dos médicos e 7,8% da enfermagem. Conclusão: Medidas consideradas padrão-ouro pelas recomendações apresentaram índices autorreferidos abaixo de 50,0% em ambas categorias profissionais. Fato que pode relacionar-se à tendência de considerar medidas mais conhecidas ou realizadas na prática.

Descritores: Segurança do paciente; Prevenção e Controle; Infecção da Ferida Cirúrgica; Equipe de Assistência ao paciente.

 

Abstract: The objective was to evaluate the self-reported index by the orthopedic surgery team on international and national recommendations and guidelines for the prevention of surgical site infection. Method: This was a descriptive study performed on Surgical Centers from two large hospitals located in the city of Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais. Data were analyzed in the program Stata, 14 through descriptive analysis. Results: A total of 133 professionals were eligible, 22.5% were orthopedic surgeons, 7.5% nurses and 69.9% nursing technicians. It was observed a predominance of women, 61.3%; with work time> 8 years, 58.6%; 53.3% of the physicians and 84.4% of the nursing team reported knowing as preventive measures. The lowest self-reported index was highlighted in measures such as indication of nasal decontamination in patients with MMR, 10.7% by the medical staff; indication of preoperative bath, 6.6% by physicians and 7.8% by nursing staff. Conclusion: Measures considered gold standard by specific guidelines presented self-reported indexes below 50.0% for two professional categories. The which may be related to the tendency to consider measures that they know best / practice in their.

Descriptors: Patient safety; Prevention and Control; Surgical wound infection; Patient Care Team.

 

Objetivo: evaluar el índice autorreferido por el equipo de cirugía ortopédica sobre las recomendaciones para prevención de infección del sitio quirúrgico. Método: Estudio descriptivo realizado en dos hospitales situados en Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais. Los datos fueron analizados en el programa Stata, 14 por estadística descriptiva. Resultados: Participaron 133 profesionales: 22,5% ortopedistas, 7,5% enfermeros y 69,9% técnicos de enfermería. Se observó predominancia de mujeres, 61,3%; tiempo de trabajo> 8 años, 58,6%; 53,3% de los médicos y 84,4% del equipo de enfermería reportaron conocer las medidas de prevención. Las medidas con menor índice autorreferido fueron: descontaminación nasal, referida por el 10,7% de los médicos; baño preoperatorio 6,6% de los médicos y 7,8% de la enfermería. Conclusión: Medidas consideradas patrón-oro por las recomendaciones presentaron índices autorreferidos por debajo del 50,0% en ambas categorías profesionales. Hecho que puede relacionarse con la tendencia a considerar medidas más conocidas o realizadas en la práctica.

Descriptores: Seguridad del paciente; Prevención y Control; Infección de la herida quirúrgica; Equipo de asistencia al paciente.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21675/2357-707X.2020.v11.n2.2161

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