Care Quality to Physiological Delivery at a University Hospital
AbstractThe research aims to evaluate the quality of care on a physiological delivery in a University Hospital. Cross-sectional analytical study of quantitative approach carried out with 127 mothers of physiological vaginal deliveries during May-June 2015. This is a cross-sectional study with a quantitative approach, carried out during May and June 2015 in Santa Cruz, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. The sample was obtained in a conventional manner, with 127 mothers of physiological vaginal deliveries interviewed through the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics with the use of SPSS 20.0. The study followed the recommendations of Resolution 466/12 of the National Health Council, with opinion approved by the Research Ethics Committee1,034,398, and C.A.A.E. 43945415.4.0000.5568. The average value of Bologna Index was 3.60, corresponding to a good evaluation score. It was verified the frequent use of best practices by the World Health Organization, which comprises the Category A while it was identified the low employment of categories B, C, and D, estimated as harmful, ineffective without sufficient evidence or employed improperly. It is considered that in the studied reality the care was judged as a good quality, especially as regards the adoption of recommended procedures. Knowledge of factors that influence the disqualification of delivery care has allowed the development of strategies to minimize their impact.
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