Global Journal of Library and Information Science

Disabled pronouness filling: an entrance to health services

Research article of Global Journal of Library and Information Science Disabled pronouness filling: an entrance to health services Melo, A.M.S1, Feitosa, A.L.F2, Silva, C.M.A3, Araújo, S.C.M4 1Student of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences course – UNCISAL, 2Student of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Course – UNCISAL, 3Student of Physiotherapy Course – UNCISAL, 4Assistant Professor – UNCISAL Introduction: Information is a fundamental element in the analysis of health situations, because they offer subsidies for the planning and organization of services. At the end of 2015 new cases of children born with microcephaly associated with Zika Virus infection were registered. These children were introduced into the network of attention to the disabled person for early stimulation and developmental follow-up. It is hoped that the record of the attention given to these children will be correctly made in the medical records, which are the formal instruments of the interventions made by the professionals. Objectives: To describe the quality of records made of medical records of children diagnosed with microcephaly accompanied at a level III Specialized Rehabilitation Center in the state of Alagoas. Method: This is a descriptive and cross-sectional research, where the records of the secondary data were analyzed in medical records of children diagnosed with microcephaly, accompanied at a specialties center. It were monitored the filling of related variables: age, gender, cephalic perimeter (CP) and Neonatal Screening Tests (NSTs); The origin and infections related to the gestational period of the mothers of these children. Results: A total of 30 medical records were evaluated, where they presented fragility in the filling, being the variables related to origin and sociodemographic aspects the most precarious. Discussion: It was verified the absence of exams recommended by the Ministry of Health, the records of the conducts were not clearly described, besides the absence of a standardized evaluation form ...

To describe the epidemiological profile of women with breast cancer, in Pernambuco, from 2009 to 2014

Research article of Global Journal of Library and Information Science To describe the epidemiological profile of women with breast cancer, in Pernambuco, from 2009 to 2014 Silva, C. C1; Nascimento, B. A. B. F2; Neto , J. P. S3; Nascimento, G. B.4 ; Araújo, T.C. N. R.S 5 1Enfermeira residente em atenção ao câncer e cuidados paliativos pela ASCES – UNITA. 2Enfermeira residente em Cuidados Paliativos em IMIP – PE. 3Biomédico residente em Saúde coletiva pela Fiocruz – PE. 4Enfermeira residente em atenção ao câncer e cuidados paliativos pela ASCES – UNITA. 5Enfermeira gerente da enfermaria de Cuidados Paliativos em IMIP-PE Introduction: Breast cancer is a serious public health problem, due to its high incidence, morbidity, mortality and its high cost of treatment. It is the second most frequent type of cancer in Brazil and the world and the most frequent among women. It is perceived that its incidence is higher in developing countries. In Brazil, breast cancer mortality rates remain high because the disease is still diagnosed in advanced stages. Objective: To describe the epidemiological profile of women with breast cancer, in Pernambuco, from 2009 to 2014. Method: A descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out based on the quantitative data from the public domain of the Ministry of Health, referring to the incidence of breast cancer from July 2009 to February 2014. Only Cases of malignant neoplasm in women, considering the following variables: race, schooling, age group and histopathological grade. Results and discussion: During the period considered for data collection, there were 2,281 cases of breast cancer in the Pernambuco Region, with an increasing trend over the years. Regarding the age group, the majority of women (17%) were older than 70 years at the time of diagnosis of malignant lesions, followed by women between 50 and 54 years (14%). Regarding ...

Public spending with relocation hospital for diabetes mellitus in Pernambuco in the last 5 years

Research article of Global Journal of Library and Information Science Public spending with relocation hospital for diabetes mellitus in Pernambuco in the last 5 years Nascimento, D.B.L1; Costa, G.S2; Torres, R.L.N3; Manso, M.L.C4; Araujo, S.K.B.S5; Melo, M.G6 1,2,3,4,5 Academic Baccalaureate in Nursing - University Center Tabosa de Almeida (ASCES-UNITA); 6Lecturer of the Bachelor in Nursing - University Center Tabosa de Almeida (ASCES-UNITA). Introduction: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a disease, which affects large populations the state of Pernambuco, becoming a public health problem. People with this disease who are seeking care in public, can also receive care in agreements networks of the Unified Health System (SUS), which receives financial transfers from the Ministry of Health, through its three levels: Federal, State and County. DM uncontrolled was responsible for 30,106 hospitalizations in the past 5 years, bringing costs that could be avoided. Objective: present the annual costs of hospitalizations for DM in the public and private system of the state of SUS and Pernambuco. Methodology: This is um-descriptive study with cross-section from the public domain data available in the system Information SUS Hospital- SIH / SUS processed by DATASUS Diabetes mellitus. Data collection was carried out considering the years 2012 to 2016, using the expenditure data with admissions of derivative financial resources. To analyze the data we used the absolute values. Results and Discussion: In the period studied the total value dand used funds was R$ 20,545,949.98. The value used in 2012 was R$ 3,895,248.58 in 2013 R$ 4,516,990.86 in 2014 R$ 4,275,578.10 in 2015 R$ 3,837,742.69 in 2016 and R$ 4,020,389.75. The age group with more admissions were people between 60 and 79 years, totaling 13,796 cases, of both sexes. These quantitative belong to a network of 237 health facilities that are distributed throughout the state. Conclusion: With the improvement of health ...

The Excellence of Pharmacy Practice

Review article of Global Journal of Library and Information Science The Excellence of Pharmacy Practice AK Mohiuddin Department of Pharmacy, World University of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Over the past 50 years, the role of pharmacists has evolved along with the health care needs of our population. In addition to dispensing medications and ensuring patient safety, today’s pharmacists are taking a larger role as medical counselors, educators and advocates. They are integral part of the health care team, and are among the most trusted and accessible health care professionals. This accessibility allows them to perform more patient care activities, including counseling, medication management, and preventive care screenings. Beyond the care provided to individual patients, pharmacists have expanded their reach to influence the public health of communities. A pharmacist is uniquely positioned to provide disease state management through appropriate medication therapy management that has been demonstrated to improve patient outcomes and decrease overall health care costs. This role is more important than ever as the environment is demanding new practice and payment models that are required to further optimize care and outcomes while addressing the unsustainable increases in health care costs. Abbreviations: American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP); American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS); American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP), Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE); American Pharmacists Association (APhA); Academy of Pharmacy Practice and Management (APPM); Academy of Pharmaceutical Research and Science (APRS); Academy of Students of Pharmacy (ASP); American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP); American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP); Direct and Indirect Remuneration (DIR) Health Related Quality of Life (HRQL); National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA); National Association of Retail Druggists (NARD); Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS); Medication-Related Problems (MRPs); Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner (CPP); Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs); Interprofessional collaboration (IPC); Emergency Operations Plan (EOP); Joint Commission of Pharmacy Practitioners (JCPP); Pharmacists’ ...

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