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|Title:||Clinical validation of nursing diagnoses related to self-care deficits in patients with stroke|
|Author:||Oliveira-Kumakura, Ana Railka de Souza|
Sousa, Cássia Milena Freitas Machado
Biscaro, Jessica Aparecida
Silva, Kelly Cristina Rodrigues da
Silva, Juliany Lino Gomes
Morais, Sheila Coelho Ramalho Vasconcelos
Lopes, Marcos Venícios de Oliveira
|Abstract:||To clinically validate the defining characteristics of nursing diagnoses related to self-care deficits in feeding, bathing, toileting, and dressing in patients with stroke. A diagnostic accuracy study was conducted with a sample of 135 patients with stroke. Sensitivity and specificity were calculated based on the latent class analysis method using the random effects model. The prevalence of diagnoses was 23.5% for Bathing self-care deficit, 18.5% for Dressing self-care deficit, 13.3% for Toileting self-care deficit, and 7.5% for Feeding self-care deficit. Fourteen defining characteristics were sensitive, and 17 were specific. Hemorrhagic stroke and note 4 on the Rankin scale was associated with self-care deficits. Of the 37 defining characteristics of the four diagnoses studied, 19 were clinically validated according to the latent class analysis model. These most accurate clinical indicators contribute to the development of the care plan for patients with stroke|
|Subject:||Diagnóstico de enfermagem|
Estudos de validação
|Appears in Collections:||FENF - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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