Profile of the nursing diagnoses in stable heart disease patients

Patrícia Cristina Cardoso, Larissa Gussatschenko Caballero, Karen Brasil Ruschel, Maria Antonieta Pereira de Moraes, Eneida Rejane Rabelo da Silva

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Objective. To identify the nursing diagnoses through reports in the medical records of patients monitored in a specialized ischemic heart disease outpatient clinic.

Methods. Cross-sectional study with retrospective data collection in the medical records. From the data collected, the nursing diagnoses were proposed by the researchers and submitted for validation by specialist cardiology nurses.

Results. A total of 13 nursing diagnoses were evaluated from the medical records of 50 outpatients with the following validation agreements among the specialists: Ineffective health management (100%), Noncompliance (100%), Sedentary lifestyle (100%), Activity intolerance (100%), Decreased cardiac output (88%), Risk of decreased cardiac tissue perfusion (65%), Risk of intolerance to activity (65%), Acute pain (76%), Ineffective health maintenance (65%), Risk-prone health behavior (65%), Risk for decreased cardiac output (65%), Risk for intolerance to activity (65%), Ineffective respiratory pattern (53%), Impaired memory (29%).

Conclusion. In this study, the nursing diagnoses validated for stable heart disease patients were linked to adherence to treatment and to the cardiovascular responses of the patients, reinforcing the importance of early intervention. These results allow the multidisciplinary team to individualize the goals and interventions proposed for ischemic heart disease patients.

Descriptors: ambulatory care; cross-sectional studies; nursing diagnosis; outpatients; nursing process; myocardial ischemia.

How to cite this article: Cardoso PC, Caballero LG, Ruschel KB, Moraes MAP, Silva ERR. Profile of the nursing diagnoses in stable heart disease patients. Invest. Educ. Enferm. 2019; 37(2):e08.


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