Nursing interventions with drains in the perioperative period: An integrative review

Taianne Gil Santos Oliveira, Thalita Gomes do Carmo, Luiza Carcereri Leite Teodoro, Juliana de Melo Vellozo Pereira Tinoco, Paula Vanessa Peclat Flores

Abstract


The management of surgical drains is a common practice in perioperative nursing care, so it is necessary to analyze the interventions of these professionals and their approximation with standardized language systems that help in a more effective practice. Objective:To analyze which nursing interventions are performed in the perioperative period regarding the management of drains. Method:Integrative review that searched the CINAHL, PuBMed, LILACS and Scopus databases, publications that answered the question: What are the nursing interventions in the management of drains in the perioperative period? Results:Ninety (90) publications were collected, but only eight (08) met the eligibility criteria. Among them, the following interventions were highlighted: cleaning and dressing change; coverage assessment carefully with materials and techniques; emotional support; physical exam; Health education; patient positioning; pain control; signs of infection; secretion control and removal of the device. Conclusion:It is noted that there is a distance between assistance and the interventions proposed by the NIC. Thus, Nursing must still walk in order to solve this gap.


Keywords


Nursing; Drainage; Perioperative care; Standardized Nursing Terminology

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