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Título: Herida por mordedura de perro. Limpieza y sutura en Atención Primaria
Autores: González García, Eva
Palabras Claves: Enfermería de Atención Primaria
Cuidados de enfermeria
Perros
Heridas
Fecha Edición: Nov-2015
Editor: SEAPA
Cita Bibliográfica: García Méndez A, González García E. Herida por mordedura de perro. Limpieza y sutura en Atención Primaria. RqR Enfermería Comunitaria (Revista de SEAPA). 2015 Noviembre; 3(4):19-25
Resumen: Objetive: Shorten the period of wound Healing, reduce the risk of infection getting a satisfactory cosmetic result and improving the quality of nursing care in this type of injuries. Methods / description of experience A clinical case involving a wounded dog bite in a patient whom, after a review of the literature, combined with the use of nurse methodology NANDA, NIC and NOC, primary closure is decided Development or results: A 55 years old woman who comes to your primary care nurse with a dog bite on her inner forearm. Assessment of the characteristics of the wound is made. Actual and potential diagnoses are made, objetives are established and the activities needed to achieve them are chosen. The nurse interventions planned are performed. The whole process is recorded and continuous evaluation of it is done. The outcome was favourable in the altered needs detected, they didn´t show signs of infection, and the lesion healed with good aesthetic outcome. Conclusions: It is important to make assessments of these wounds individually, taking into account the particular characteristics of each case and work with nursing methodology to improve patient care holistically.
URI: https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/5424
ISSN: 2254 - 8270
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