TITLE

MULHERES MASTECTOMIZADAS: UMA PROPOSTA DE CUIDADO DE SI COM BASE NAS CONCEPÇÕES DE MICHEL FOUCAULT

AUTHOR(S)
Coelho, Marcia Sandre; de Barros Sampaio, Maria Suzana; Pereira, Eliane Ramos; Martins, Carla Castilho; Rosa Andrade Silva, Rose Mary Costa; Medeiros, Cláudia Labriola
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Journal of Nursing UFPE / Revista de Enfermagem UFPE;1/1/2010, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p311
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Objective: to analyze the last 10 years of Brazilian nursing scientific production according to the nursing assistance given to mastectomized women in the postoperative period, and characterize the main nursing care and guidance to women in the care of themselves, and for effective recovery rehabilitation. Methodology: this is a bibliographical research, in the database of Scielo, Lilacs and sources of the National Cancer Institute of the last ten years (1999-2009), through the descriptors mastectomy, nursing and care, about the nursing care provided to mastectomized patients in the postoperative period. For reflections on the self care, we have used the contributions of Foucault. Results: it were selected 21 articles, we have seen the main aspects of care that resulted in the construction of the proposed guidance: "prevention of complications: nursing care and self care with surgical incision and drainage", "physical rehabilitation: the self care and exercises versus limitations", "the nursing care front of subjectivity: feelings, fears, and encouraging the self care". Conclusion: the nurse can act minimizing complications and suffering through care and education for these women to the self care, making possible overcoming in the process of confrontation with the disease for the recovery and rehabilitation healthier and less painful.
ACCESSION #
52490474

 

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