Furtado, Angelina Monteiro; dos Santos Pennafort, Viviane Peixoto; Fernandes, Marcelo Costa; da Silva, Lucilane Maria Sales
January 2010
Journal of Nursing UFPE / Revista de Enfermagem UFPE;1/1/2010, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p395
Academic Journal
Objective: to contribute to the discussion about the practice of dyalisis, trying to know the working process in the field. Methods: this is a theoretical study, a bibliographic research of database articles of the SciELO was made, books and thesis that helped the working process of nursin in nefrogy and its tendencies in the last 10 years. Results: in a preliminar analysis, we observed that the acting of nursing in nefrogy has widely been discussed and modified after the Caruaru city tragedy, when the Health Ministry established the Technical Rules to the dialisys services. Conclusion: otherwise, reflecting the impact of these changes, aiming to care, value and emancipate each other, it is required an urgent mobilization of the nurses, along with the class groups. Aiming to acomplish the necessary changes in the legislation, based on the permanent care and in the meeting of the chronic kidney patient and his citizenship.


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