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Font DMV, Legra BE, Torres TN, Buduen PY, Sánchez BAH
Evaluation of quality of the nursing care in oncology patients treated with chemotherapy
MediSan 2014; 18 (11)

Language: Español
References: 12
Page: 1560-1566
PDF: 55.05 Kb.


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ABSTRACT

A descriptive and cross sectional study was carried out in the Department of ambulatory Chemotherapy of "Dr. Juan Bruno Zayas Alfonso" Teaching General Hospital in Santiago de Cuba, from July to September, 2013, in order to evaluate the quality of the nursing care, as well as the level of satisfaction from those who received it. The sample was constituted by 300 oncology patients treated with antineoplastic drugs and 3 nursing professionals who worked in the mentioned department. It was verified that the quality of care of these professionals in its dimension, human treatment and level of care was good, as well as the satisfaction level of those who received it was favorable.


Key words: nursing care, standards of quality and security of the patient, oncology, quality program, care administration, secondary health care.


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