TITLE

CONDIÇÕES DE TRABALHO E A ERGONOMIA COMO FATORES DE RISCOS À SAÚDE DA EQUIPE DE ENFERMAGEM DO SERVIÇO DE ATENDIMENTO MÓVEL DE URGÊNCIA SAMU/RECIFE-PE

AUTHOR(S)
dos Santos Júnior, Bartolomeu José; Silveira, Cibele de Lima Souza; de Araújo, Ednaldo Cavalcante
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Journal of Nursing UFPE / Revista de Enfermagem UFPE;1/1/2010, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p246
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Objective: to analyze the work conditions and ergonomic as factors of risks to health of the nursing team from Mobile Service Emergency SAMU/Recife-PE. Methods: this is about a descriptive and exploratory study, from quantitative approach. Population was performed from the nurse team. For data collection was applied a questionnaire of 37 questions, from July to September 2009. Data analysis was supported by the Epi-Info, with the presentation of the results in tables. This study has been approved by the Committee of Ethics in Research of the Federal University of Pernambuco (protocol number 064/09). Results: 61.9% of the sample had mental fatigue and muscle 65.1%; 73% said they received no guidance on ergonomics; when asked what could be done for the prevention of occupational illnesses related to the performance of its activities, 35% said the stretch, 11% continuing education, 16% of the exercise, 14% of gym work and 24% did not know. Regarding the gym work, 82.5% heard and this total, 92.1% think that could help in the prevention of musculoskeletal pain and would like the gym work in the service. Conclusion: The activity of the professional nurse who works in the SAMU is stressful to the musculoskeletal system, especially in regions of the spine, back, shoulders and neck.
ACCESSION #
52490497

 

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