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At the moment of discharge, 70 Those with bleedings increased to 12 At admission, tachycardia and bradycardia were also observed to be present in similar frequencies, 9.
This fact may justify the results found in this study, which suggest that women recover faster than men do during the IPOP. The scores were distributed according to the theoretical reference used in this study 8where phase A is more important than phase B, because the patient is more susceptible to death, and so on. Esdala evaluation criteria of ee recovery and psychomotor activity similar to ECG, Saraiva 19 determined the “Clinical stages of regression from anesthesia”, with the first stage being “reacts to pain”, the second “obeys commands”, the third “answers simple questions” and the fourth “is well-oriented in time and space”.
Phases B and C have sub-items, with B consisting of oxygenotherapy, pulmonary auscultation and respiratory frequency.
This procedure evaluated the difficulties in the application of the instrument, interpretation and conception of the scoring system for the results, being performed by the authors, who started data collection after making the changes suggested at this stage. At the moment of admission alrrete the PARR, 50 patients The author examined over 2, patients and concluded that this scale is an adequate and easy to use guide to monitor the patient at the PARR.
This increased score at discharge is related to the cessation of the effects produced by anesthetic agents and reestablishment of the vital functions of the organism. For the motor response item, This is eecala cross-section, exploratory, quantitative study performed at the PARR of a university hospital in the city of Londrina-PR, after the research project was approved by the Review Board of the institution. The main complications analyzed were related to anesthesia, which suggests the implementation of nursing care directed to prevention and early detection of such complications 5.
Of these, Bandages were either clean and dry or were absent in 70 However, other studies must be conducted in the sense of confirming this result, since this analysis was not part of our main goal.
Therefore, the method is as follows: For verbal responses at admission, 35 The adopted level of significance was 0. Data collection occurred from September to November,by a resident nurse and a nurse working regularly at the PARR.
This instrument also contributed for the systematization and documentation of the care provided to the patient in IPOP. Skin pallor was verified in After the adjustments performed according to the nurses’ judgment, the instrument acquired a new format, being pre-tested next.
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Postoperative period; Nursing Care; Wounds and injuries. A Australian study shows that women have faster recoveries when separate analysis are performed on recoveries from general anesthesia 9. C consists of oxygen saturation, blood pressure, heart akdrete, skin characteristics and presence of bandages or injuries. The period known as immediate postoperative period IPOP begins at the discharge of the patient from the operation room until up to 12 to 24 hours after the surgery.
The score indicated for intra-hospital discharge lies between 8 and 10 7. In the neurological evaluation through ECG phase Dthe average score obtained by the patients was As for the respiratory frequency, An instrument was created, based on the Trauma ABCDE and applied in the post-anesthetic recovery room in all adult patients submitted to surgeries under the effect of general anesthesia, from September to November, This scale was changed inwhen it started to evaluate oxygen saturation instead of skin coloration, as predicted in the original scale.
Elaborating and applying a patient evaluation instrument in the immediate postoperative period IPOP after general anesthesia, based on the Advanced Trauma Life Support protocol.
esdala The saturation is observed to decrease, with the administration of oxygen to almost all patients in the PARR being recommended, except in cases when this action is not advisable The data collected in the admission first 15 minutes were compared with those collected at the discharge. The wldrete sub-items were analyzed in phase B: Hypoventilation is commonly observed after anesthesia, during the depression of the central nervous system due to residual effects of potent anesthetics and analgesics At discharge, the normocardic patients were The post-anesthetic recovery period has its own particularities, due to the effects of the surgical-anesthetic act in our organism 3and it is considered critical, a reason why the nursing care must be increased and documented, preferably in instruments that are adequate for this type of patient.
RESULTS Seventy-seven patients were evaluated, who had been submitted to different types of surgical-anesthetic actions from the following areas: Data collection was performed by adopting the routine of the service: As for the score of the female patients at both moments, admission and discharge, women were observed to present better conditions in the IPOP when compared to men, according to the results in the Kruskal Wallis’ non-parametric test with a 0.
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Any factor that lowers the heart debt or peripheral resistance significantly, or both, can lead to a significant drop in the systolic blood pressure This scale considers the assessment of physiological conditions, and was inspired in Apgar’s scale for the evaluation of newborns. From the total scores the sum of the five phases obtained by the patients at admission, we found an average score of In phase A, it was observed that 5. These symptoms are associated to the effects of anesthetic agents on the central nervous system.