Compliance with the Cesarean Surgical Safety Checklis

Lara Mabelle Milfont Boeckmann, Maria Cristina Soares Rodrigues, Cesar Messias de Oliveira
2020 Revista da Rede de Enfermagem do Nordeste  
Objective: to verify compliance with the procedures of health teams in cesarean surgery. Methods: cross-sectional, descriptive and analytical study, performed in an Obstetric Center of a public hospital, with 220 cesarean surgeries. The Tukey test and the Analysis of Variance were used, considering a significance of 5%. Results: the mean age of the patients was 28.8 years (± 6.06). The main indications for cesarean surgery were: fetal distress (12.8%), gestational diabetes (9.5%), interactivity
more » ... (9.2%), previous cesarean surgery (8.2%) and severe pre-eclampsia (5.9 %). There was an absence of unified conduct and incipient communication among professionals. The compliance rates of the teams' compliance with the items in the Checklist for Dimensions A, B and C were, respectively, 36.0%, 11.1% and 50.0%. Conclusion: there was a low compliance of teams to surgical safety procedures in cesarean surgeries.
doi:10.15253/2175-6783.20202143912 fatcat:yylmz2amcvbjtmt2s6grxsxyha