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Self-perceived quality of health and satisfaction by elderly seen by the Family Health Strategy team

Lilian Rigo, Raíssa Rigo Garbin, José Lucas Sani de Alcântara Rodrigues, Laerte Ribeiro Menezes-Júnior, Luiz Renato Paranhos, Cristiane Barelli

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082017AO3972

ABSTRACT Objective: To verify the profile of elderly followed up by Family Health Strategy teams and the influence of self-reported chronic diseases on demographic variables, describing self-perception and satisfaction with quality of health. Methods: This is a cross-sectional population- based study carried out with 301 elderly residents in two areas of a city in southern Brazil. Data were collected through a questionnaire based on the Health, Well-Being, and Aging Study adapted by researchers, and a playful scale to assess satisfaction […]

Brachial insertion of fully implantable venous catheters for chemotherapy: complications and quality of life assessment in 35 patients

Igor Yoshio Imagawa Fonseca, Mariana Krutman, Kenji Nishinari, Guilherme Yazbek, Marcelo Passos Teivelis, Guilherme André Zottele Bomfim, [...]

DOI: 10.1590/s1679-45082016ao3606

ABSTRACTObjectiveTo prospectively evaluate the perioperative safety, early complications and satisfaction of patients who underwent the implantation of central catheters peripherally inserted via basilic vein.Methods Thirty-five consecutive patients with active oncologic disease requiring chemotherapy were prospectively followed up after undergoing peripheral implantation of indwelling venous catheters, between November 2013 and June 2014. The procedures were performed in the operating room by the same team of three vascular surgeons. The primary endpoints assessed were early postoperative complications, occurring within 30 days after […]

Quality of emergency rooms and urgent care services: user satisfaction

Cássio de Almeida Lima, Bruna Tatiane Prates dos Santos, Dina Luciana Batista Andrade, Francielle Alves Barbosa, Fernanda Marques da Costa, Jair Almeida Carneiro

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082015GS3347

Objective To evaluate the quality of emergency rooms and urgent care services according to the satisfaction of their users.Methods A cross-sectional descriptive study with a quantitative approach. The sample comprised 136 users and was drawn at random. Data collection took place between October and November 2012 using a structured questionnaire.Results Participants were mostly male (64.7%) aged less than 30 years (55.8%), and the predominant level of education was high school (54.4%). Among the items evaluated, those that were statistically associated […]