Research Article
Volume 2 Issue 9 - 2020
Infection Prevention and Control in Hospital Unit Urgency and Emergency: A Review of Integrated Research
Milani Caren Leticia de Souza*
Resident in Urgency Trauma by the City Hall of Vilhena, RO, Brazil
*Corresponding Author: Milani Caren Leticia de Souza, Resident in Urgency Trauma by the City Hall of Vilhena, RO, Brazil.
Received: June 23, 2020; Published: August 20, 2020




Abstract

Over the years in Brazil, the nosocomial infection (NI) has provided as a serious public health problem, and it is necessary to government intervention, through the Ministry of Health, establishing health policies for the hospital area, for this was created to control committees of hospital infections (CCIH), with educational activities addressing issues facing healthcare professionals. Objective was to conduct a literature review to describe the elements needed to prevent the infection process in nursing care in emergency rooms. This is a bibliographic study, descriptive and exploratory retrospective analysis with integrative, conducted through surveys of databases Lilacs, Scielo, Medline and Bireme. articles of interest were included in the study, that is, those that made reference in your data, aspects of prevention and control of infection in an emergency care hospital, being used time items from 2008 to 2018, selected materials (books, articles, theses, dissertations and other) on the subject, called anchor - related specific text segments, which gave grounds to the proposed theme, emphasizes the lack of current and further studies on the subject. It is hoped that this study will contribute to further research, leading to a reflection on the appreciation of the nursing team’s work in the context of prevention of hospital infections in patient safety and healthcare quality adjustments provided in health services.

Keywords: Nursing; Infection; Urgency; Emergency

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Citation: Milani Caren Leticia de Souza. “Infection Prevention and Control in Hospital Unit Urgency and Emergency: A Review of Integrated Research”. EC Nursing and Healthcare 2.8(2020): 27-32.

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