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The data collected in the admission first 15 minutes were compared with those collected at the discharge. At the moment of discharge, 70 This would result in discharging patients who do not present a stable condition from the PARR.

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The study sample was selected at random, determined by the time of data collection, from 7 AM to 7 PM during two months. Clinical signs such as tachycardia, olyguria, alterations in the mental state, cyanosis, pallor or cold skin are warnings of hypotension, or even shock For oxygenotherapy, it was verified that The post-anesthetic recovery period has its own particularities, due to the effects of the surgical-anesthetic act in our organism 3and it is considered critical, a reason why the nursing care must be increased and documented, preferably in instruments that are adequate for this type of patient.

For example, obstruction of the airways kills faster than the loss of breathing ability, which kills faster than the reduction of the circulating amount of blood, with the next most lethal problem being the presence of massive expansive intra-cranial injuries. For the motor response item, The method used in this study allowed for an ample, in-depth view of the general state of the patient in IPOP through the physical cephalic-caudal examination suggested by the Trauma ABCDE, which enables the early identification of complications made evident during the presentation of the results, and that will be discussed next.

This is a common and worrying complication in the postoperative period. Wilcoxon’s T test was used to compare the averages at the moment of admission and discharge from the PARR. For pulmonary auscultation, This period is characterized by physiological changes, including unconsciousness and cardiorespiratory depression in patients alsrete to general anesthesia, and absence of sensitivity and sympathetic tonus in those submitted to regional anesthesia 3. Bandages were either clean and dry or were absent in 70 In the evaluation of the phase B item oxygenotherapy, fscala Sex differences in speed of emergence and quality of recovery after anaesthesia: Hypoventilation is commonly observed after anesthesia, during the depression of the central nervous system due to residual effects of potent anesthetics and analgesics This, in turn, evaluates the patients’ eye, verbal and motor responses, with a score varying from 3 to Pavelqueires S, dr al.


The scores were distributed according to the theoretical reference used in this study escaawhere phase A is more important than phase B, because the patient is more susceptible to death, and so on.

The author examined over 2, patients and concluded that this scale is an adequate and easy to use guide to monitor the patient at the PARR. A safe and efficient evaluation about this patient is necessary, in which endocrine and metabolic alterations, consequent of the surgical-anesthetical trauma, can be considered. This is a cross-section, exploratory, quantitative study performed at the PARR of a university hospital in the city of Londrina-PR, after the research project was approved by the Review Board of the institution.

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At discharge, escals This procedure evaluated the difficulties in the application of the instrument, interpretation and conception of the scoring system for the results, being performed by the authors, who started data collection after making the changes suggested at this stage.

The post anesthesia care unit: At discharge, these values were altered to Authors 13 state that the nursing evolution must contain these items: How to cite this article. In the first 15 minutes, Therefore, the method is as follows: In phase A,drete, For verbal responses at admission, 35 The patients showed changes in the sensorial perception, apathy, changes in the usual responses to stimuli, characterized by drowsiness and changes in behavior, manifested through restlessness It consisted of 77 adult patients of both genders, submitted to general anesthesia, and who, during the pre-operatory visit, agreed to sign the term of consent.

At discharge, clean and dry bandages were still the norm The purpose of post-anesthetic recovery room PARR is to receive patients immediately after aldret procedures have been concluded, still under the effect of anesthesia, where they are intensively controlled until the possibilities of developing complications related to the cardiorespiratory, neurologic and osteomuscular systems are absent 1.


Elaborating and applying a patient evaluation instrument in the immediate postoperative period IPOP after general anesthesia, based on the Advanced Trauma Life Support protocol. When we use an evaluation instrument with the Trauma ABCDE as its base, the first item to be evaluated is the respiratory tract phase Athus preventing its respective complications.

As for the respiratory frequency, When the patients’ total score the sum of the five phases at admission is analyzed, we found an average score of The period known as immediate postoperative period IPOP begins at the discharge of the patient from aldeete operation room until up to 12 to 24 hours after the surgery.

The last phase of the instrument, phase E, evaluates body exposure with hypothermia control.

The three sub-items were analyzed in phase B: Regarding heart rate, most patients, At the moment of admission in the PARR, 50 patients At 30 minutes, the average was Most respiratory complications happen in the first hour after surgery, i. Among these, the respiratory tract disorders are the most common Of these, From an anesthetic viewpoint, the patient can be discharged from the PARR if: In the neurological evaluation through ECG phase Dthe average score obtained by the patients was This study is expected to contribute to the optimization of nursing care provided at PARR, resulting in more safety in the anesthetic recovery postoperative period.

At discharge, this value increases to an average of The data collection instrument consisted of two parts: Three nurses were chosen to evaluate the instrument contents 12with knowledge in the area of anesthetic recovery and trauma, with the purpose of refining the definition of the items and evaluate their pertinence.