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2021, vol. 38, br. 4, str. 324-333
Pregled preporuka za kućno lečenje pacijenata sa sumnjom na KOVID-19 koji se manifestuje blagim simptomima
aTabriz University of Medical Sciences, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Department of Medical-Surgical Nursing, Tabriz, Iran
bTabriz University of Medical Sciences, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Department of Pediatric Nursing, Tabriz, Iran
cGriffith University, School of Medicine, Academic Lead in Paramedic Education, Queensland, Australia

e-adresahaydarpoor22@yahoo.com
Ključne reči: kovid-19; kućna nega; preporuke; blagi simptomi; bolnička nega
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Nega pacijenata kod kuće sa kovidom-19 predstavlja globalni izazov. Cilj ove studije bio je pregled preporuka o kućnoj nezi pacijenata sa sumnjom na kovid-19 koji se manifestuje blagim simptomima. Ovo je pregled naučne literature o kovidu-19 i kućnoj nezi pretraživanjem sledećih medicinskih elektronskih baza podataka: PubMed, ProQuest, Google Scholar i CINAHL. Elektronske baze su pretraživane od početka 2019. godine do kraja avgusta 2020. godine. Termini za istraživanje bili su: kućna nega, kovid-19, virus korone 2019, nega i nega bolesnika. U istraživanje su uključeni radovi koji su opisivali aspekte kućne nege bolesnika sa blagim kliničkim simptomima kovida-19. Radovi u kojima je opisivano lečenje pacijenata u zdravstvenim institucijama, terapijski protokol koji nije moguće sprovesti u kućnim uslovima, kao i radovi koji se nisu uklapali u studiju bili su isključeni iz istraživanja. Pregledane su i referentne liste preuzetih časopisa. Ukupno je identifikovano 1970 radova. Devetsto pedeset studija su bile duplikati, zbog čega su uklonjene, nakon čega je za pregled ostalo 500 naslova i abstrakata. Pregledom naslova i apstrakata pronađeno je 60 radova koji su ispunjavali kriterijume studije. Nakon analize celih radova, 12 radova je uključeno u studiju. Glavni termini koji su pokrivali kućnu negu se mogu sumirati kao: kućni karantin, lečenje kontakata obolelih, rana dijagnoza kod kuće, kontrola kliničkih simptoma (na primer, temperatura i kašalj), adekvatna ishrana i unos tečnosti, uspostavljanje centara za praćenje bolesti, psihološka podrška i telemedicina. Primena kućnog karantina za osobe sa blagom kliničkom slikom kovida-19 moguća je uz dodatnu podršku, što će smanjiniti opterećenje bolnica.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
DOI: 10.5937/afmnai38-30415
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