DISPOSAL OF CONTAMINATED MATERIALS IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE: NURSING ASSISTANCE GRANTS

Layze Braz de Oliveira, Artur Acelino Francisco Luz Nunes Queiroz, Matheus Costa Brandão Matos, João Gabriel Noleto Ferreira de Matos, Carolinne Maranhão Melo Marinho, Andréia Rodrigues Moura da Costa Valle

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Objective: to analyze how nurses who provide home care discard contaminated materials in primary health care. Methods: a descriptive study was carried out, with 42 nursing professionals working in 21 Basic Health Units of a capital city in the Northeast of Brazil. The statements were processed in the IRaMuTeQ and analyzed by the Descending Hierarchical Classification. Results: Three classes were obtained: Domiciliary Solid Residues produced during the domiciliary visit, How the dynamics of the attendance influence in the production of residues?, Responsibility for the production and Management of Solid Residual Domiciliary. Conclusion: There is a correct conception about the solid waste formation in the health services and consequent adequate disposal of the same, however there is a gap between the knowledge and the implementation of this action in the daily practice of these professionals.


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Conhecimento; Enfermagem; Resíduos de Serviços de Saúde; Atenção Primária à Saúde.

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