International Journal of Pediatric Research and Reviews


EVALUATION OF ANTIFUNGAL POTENTIAL OF OIL OF THE SPECIES Caryocar coriaceum FRONT OF CANDIDA SPECIES ISOLATED IN THE ORAL CAVITY OF ONCOLOGICAL PEDIATRIC PATIENTS IN ANTINEOPLASTIC TREATMENT

Research Article of International Journal of Pediatric Research and Reviews EVALUATION OF ANTIFUNGAL POTENTIAL OF OIL OF THE SPECIES Caryocar coriaceum FRONT OF CANDIDA SPECIES ISOLATED IN THE ORAL CAVITY OF ONCOLOGICAL PEDIATRIC PATIENTS IN ANTINEOPLASTIC TREATMENT Anderson Barbosa Gomes¹*, Isabela Arrais Ribeiro². Introduction: The fungi of the genus Candida belong to the individual’s normal microbiota, that is, they coexist in a harmonious way with the organism, but in some cases this equilibrium is broken, triggering the candidiasis. Oral candidiasis is a type of candidiasis characterized by the appearance of whitish plaques that may be isolated or in a group causing pain and discomfort to the individual and due to the emergence and growth of conventional drug resistant strains, new possibilities of treatment have been sought. Objectives: To evaluate the antifungal potential of the oil of the species Caryocar coriaceum, in front of four species of Candida, Candida albicans; Candida glabrata; Candida krusei and Candida tropicalis isolated from pediatric patients undergoing antineoplastic treatment. Methodology: To perform the antifungal test, the strains were divided into four distinct groups, positive control, negative control, sterility control and test group, and then the minimum inhibitory concentration Results: The oil of the species Caryocar coriaceum failed to inhibit the growth of the strains tested. Conclusion: Although the oil of the species Caryocar coriaceum has not demonstrated antifungal activity, more tests should be performed, but under new extraction conditions, for a full proof if there is any component that has activity against Candida. Keywords: candidiasis, oil, treatment ...

STORYTELLING AS A RESOURCE FOR HUMANIZATION AND COPING WITH PAIN

Research Article of International Journal of Pediatric Research and Reviews STORYTELLING AS A RESOURCE FOR HUMANIZATION AND COPING WITH PAIN Mônica de Oliveira Osório*1 Carina Elisabeth Alcântara Trindade2, Geisa Sousa3, Larissa Cano4, Maria Vitória Cavalcanti Osório5 Background: Child hospitalization is potentially a traumatic situation for the child, causing a break in his daily routine, habits of hygiene, sleep and food. In Pediatrics, you can not wear your clothes, you do not feed as you want and at the time you are accustomed, you experience impersonal treatment of the team and invasive treatment that can make adherence difficult. Conditions such as these can lead to the appearance of psychological reactions such as anxiety, fear and anguish, social repercussions such as difficulties of interaction and isolation. Humanizing the hospital environment in pediatric care may be an interesting solution to help cope with the adverse effects of hospitalization. Storytelling is a playful resource that favors coping with hospitalization and minimizing pain. Objective: To report the experience of using the history contact as a resource for humanization in the hospital context and coping with pain. Methodology: report of experience. Results and discussion: Storytelling can be fun and enjoyable for the child and his / her family, making him travel in the stories told in a few minutes, and draw attention away from discomfort, pain and suffering. It facilitated a social interaction that facilitates the mutual growth and exchanges of emotions, humanizing the hospital environment. It affects the children, their families and even the health team. In addition, it allowed to re-signify the patient’s own history from the fantasy present in the plot that is told. For storytelling, one can use the book as support or not to interact and actively insert the child into what is being narrated. Conclusion: The experience of storytelling by relaxing ...

INTERDISCIPLINARY PRACTICE IN CONSULTATION A NEWBORN: EXPERIENCE REPORT

Research Article of International Journal of Pediatric Research and Reviews INTERDISCIPLINARY PRACTICE IN CONSULTATION A NEWBORN: EXPERIENCE REPORT Maria Isabel Ferreira Silva1*, Amanda Oliveira Amaral2, Mércia Augusta Rodrigues3, Rayssa Maria Duarte Lima Pereira4, Nirliane Ribeiro Barbosa5 Introduction: Aiming at the well-being of the population, it is necessary for health teams to work in an effective and integrated way, especially when it comes to childhood, which is the phase of greater personal development, thus supporting not only the child but all his family. To begin to work the interdisciplinarity still in the university is very relevant for the future professional formation of the students, because it brings a new look to the same ones, causing that they are able to draw up plans of more specific and individual care directed to the particularities of each patient. Objectives: To describe the interdisciplinary experience of the consultation to a newborn, considering its family context, based on a practice of the Project of Interdisciplinary Actions in Maternal and Child Health linked to the Federal University of Alagoas, Campus Arapiraca. Methodology: A descriptive study of the experience report, based on the experiences of Nursing and Psychology students who are part of the project, during an action taken in September 2018, at a basic health unit in the municipality of Arapiraca, Alagoas. Results: The consultation was directed by the unit’s nurse, and accompanied by the students of nursing and psychology. During the consultation, it was noticed from the physical examination that the newborn was jaundiced. The parents were very distressed because they did not know what to do to minimize this alteration that even with the sun baths did not present results, in addition they presented complaint of frequent and excessive crying of the baby, which was identified as aspect generating of stress and distress for parents ...

THE HOSPITAL TOY LIBRARY AS A HUMANIZATION PLACE IN PEDIATRICS

Research Article of International Journal of Pediatric Research and Reviews THE HOSPITAL TOY LIBRARY AS A HUMANIZATION PLACE IN PEDIATRICS Letícia Pimentel Duarte1*, Gabrielle Gouveia da Silva Florencio¹, Lara Martins Dias¹, Mariana Valentim Aguiar¹, Marina Paixão e Melo Bezerra¹, Nathaly Maria Ferreira-Novaes2 1 Estudante de Graduação em Psicologia na Faculdade Pernambucana de Saúde - FPS 2 Psicóloga do Instituto de Medicina Integral Prof. Fernando Figueira (IMIP) Objetives: This work aims to discuss the importance of the hospital toy library as a place of humanization in pediatrics. Methodology: This discussion was constructed from a reported experience in the toy library of a general hospital in Recife/PE. Results: Through the practice in the hospital toy library, it could be noticed that the companions are agents who also need to be taken care during the process of hospitalization in pediatrics. In this context, the toy library is a place that can favor the integral care of hospitalized children and their companions, through playful, musical, theatrical, sharing experiences. Final considerations: The toy library can be a humanized care environment not only for the children, but also for their companions, because, through various possibilities of play, it is a place that facilitates the social interactions between these individuals, as well as their autonomy and creativity, which are so important in the process of seeking the reestablishment of patients’ health as biopsychosocial subjects. Keywords: Humanization; Hospital toy library; Pediatrics ...

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