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"Relevant terms were identified, which aid newborns using central venous catheters; thus, a terminological subset will be contributed to information in nursing practice" Prado et al (2022).
Nursing language associated with neonatal CVC care

Abstract:

Objective: To construct and validate a specialized nursing terminology for the care of newborns with peripherally inserted central venous catheters (PICC), based on the Betty Neuman Systems Model.

Methods: Methodological study, carried out in a public maternity hospital, operationalized by the steps: extraction of terms from medical records of neonates using PICC; normalization; cross-mapping with the 2019/2020 version of ICNP®; organization in the Seven Axes; and content validation with nurses using content validity index and kappa coefficient.

Results: 1,718 terms were extracted, and 372 relevant terms were normalized, with 265 constants and 107 non-constants. A total of 335 terms were validated, 246 of which were constant and 89 were not constant, which reached an agreement index and kappa ≥ 0.80.

Conclusion: Relevant terms were identified, which aid newborns using central venous catheters; thus, a terminological subset will be contributed to information in nursing practice.

Reference:

Prado NCDC, Menezes HF, Sousa PAF, Lopes DCL, Santos FRD, Santos RSDC, Almino RHSC, Silva RARD. Terms of specialized nursing language in the care of the newborn with central venous catheter. Rev Bras Enferm. 2022 Jul 29;75(6):e20210572. English, Portuguese. doi: 10.1590/0034-7167-2021-0572. PMID: 35920494.