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Diagnostic labels of NANDA-I in a southern region of Spain

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Title
Diagnostic labels of NANDA-I in a southern region of Spain
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Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem, January 2017
DOI 10.1590/1518-8345.1714.2911
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Rafael González-Rodríguez, María de los Ángeles Martelo-Baro, Pilar Bas-Sarmiento

Abstract

to determine the incidence of NANDA-I diagnostic labels (North American Nursing Diagnosis Association-International) and to establish the distribution of cases of assistance and the associated labels, according to sociodemographic variables (age and sex). descriptive, cross-sectional epidemiological study of labels of NANDA-I, under ecological design. The distribution of labels was analyzed according to sex and age; the corresponding frequencies were calculated and for each label the incidence were calculated rates with aggregate data from the attended cases. the total number of cases of care under study was 9,928 (41.65% men and 58.35% women). The identified labels were 16,456 (7,084 men and 9,372 women); average of 1.7 labels per case of care; Out of 216 labels proposed by NANDA-I, in its 2012-14 classification, 152 were used, representing 70.4%. The labels with the highest incidence rates per thousand inhabitants were: Anxiety, Willingness to Improve Knowledge and Risk of Infection. the study allowed detecting, through NANDA-I, the answers to the health problems of greater incidence in the users attended. determinar la incidencia de las etiquetas diagnósticas de la NANDA-I (North American Nursing Diagnosis Association-International) y establecer la distribución de los episodios asistenciales y de sus respectivas etiquetas, en función de variables sociodemográficas (edad y sexo). estudio epidemiológico descriptivo y de corte transversal de las etiquetas de la NANDA-I, bajo diseño ecológico. Se analizó la distribución de las etiquetas según sexo y edad, se calcularon las frecuencias correspondientes y se computaron las tasas de incidencia con datos agregados para los episodios asistenciales por etiqueta. el número total de episodios asistenciales del estudio fue de 9.928 (41,65% hombres y 58,35% mujeres). Las etiquetas identificadas en los episodios fueron 16.456 (7.084 hombres y 9.372 mujeres), con un promedio de 1,7 etiquetas por episodio; de las 216 etiquetas propuestas por la NANDA-I, en su clasificación 2012-14, se utilizaron 152, lo que representó 70,4%. Las etiquetas con mayores tasas de incidencia por mil habitantes fueron: Ansiedad, Disposición para mejorar los conocimientos y Riesgo de infección. el estudio permitió detectar, a través de la NANDA-I, las respuestas a los problemas de salud de mayor incidencia en los usuarios atendidos. determinar a incidência das etiquetas diagnósticas da NANDA-I (North American Nursing Diagnosis Association - International) e estabelecer a distribuição dos episódios assistenciais e de suas respectivas etiquetas em função de variáveis sociodemográficas (idade e sexo). estudo epidemiológico descritivo, de corte transversal, das etiquetas da NANDA-I, de desenho ecológico. A distribuição das etiquetas segundo sexo e idade foi analisada; as frequências correspondentes foram calculadas e as taxas de incidência com dados agregados para os episódios assistenciais por etiqueta foram computadas. o número total de episódios assistenciais do estudo foi de 9.928 (41,65% homens e 58,35% mulheres). As etiquetas identificadas nesses episódios foram 16.456 (7.084 de homens e 9.372 de mulheres), com uma média de 1,7 etiquetas por episódio; das 216 etiquetas propostas pela NANDA-I, na sua classificação 2012-14, foram utilizadas 152, o que representou 70,4%. As etiquetas com maiores taxas de incidência por mil habitantes foram: Ansiedade, Disposição para melhorar os conhecimentos e Risco de infecção. o estudo permitiu detectar, por meio da NANDA-I, as respostas aos problemas de saúde de maior incidência nos usuários atendidos.

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Unknown 13 100%

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Professor 1 8%
Student > Postgraduate 1 8%
Other 1 8%
Unknown 10 77%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Nursing and Health Professions 3 23%
Unknown 10 77%

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