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CIPE® catalogue for patients with multiple myeloma: A descriptive study.

Luiz Fernandes Gonçalves Fialho, Patricia dos Santos Claro Fuly

Abstract


Problem: Considering the emerging demand for care protocols and the quality of medical records, this study aims to: propose a catalog of diagnoses, interventions and the results of nursing for patients with multiple myeloma structured according to the conceptual referential structure proposed by Wanda de Aguiar Horta based on the terms of the International Classification for Nursing Practice -CIPE®, and to validate the catalog in conjunction with experts in the field of onco-hematology OK THAT’S FINE Method: A non-experimental, descriptive study, initially developed as an integrative review, seeking clinical evidence of myeloma, with subsequent cross-mapping in CIPE®, for proposition statements diagnoses, interventions and the results of nursing, with a catalog content validation by experts. Results: The data collected will be dealt with using simple statistical analysis with regard to the level of agreement of the participants. The ethical aspects will be respected in terms of Resolution 196/96.



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Problem: Considering the emerging demand for care protocols and the quality of medical records, this study aims to: propose a catalog of diagnoses, interventions and the results of nursing for patients with multiple myeloma structured according to the con

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5935/1676-4285.2012S007



 

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