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C consists of oxygen saturation, blood pressure, heart rate, skin characteristics and presence of bandages or injuries. Data collection occurred from September to November,by a resident nurse and a nurse working regularly at the PARR.

Using evaluation criteria of consciousness recovery and psychomotor activity similar to ECG, Saraiva 19 determined the “Clinical stages of regression from anesthesia”, with the first stage being “reacts to pain”, the second “obeys commands”, the third “answers simple questions” and the fourth “is well-oriented in time and space”. At discharge, these values were changed to Hypoventilation is commonly observed after anesthesia, during the depression of the central nervous system due to residual effects of potent anesthetics and analgesics As for the score qldrete the female patients at both moments, admission and discharge, women were observed to present better conditions in the IPOP when compared to men, according to the results in the Kruskal Wallis’ non-parametric test with a 0.

Data collection was performed by adopting the routine of the service: Elaborating and applying a patient evaluation instrument in the immediate postoperative period IPOP after general anesthesia, based on the Aldrfte Trauma Life Support protocol.

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At discharge, these alldrete were altered to Services on Demand Journal. Bandages were either clean and dry or were absent in 70 For discharge, these values were: The three sub-items were analyzed in phase B: The score indicated for intra-hospital discharge lies between 8 and 10 7. In phase A, RESULTS Seventy-seven patients were evaluated, who had been submitted to different types of surgical-anesthetic actions from the following areas: For the motor response item, From the total scores the sum of the five phases obtained by the patients at admission, we found an average score of Any factor that lowers the heart debt or peripheral resistance significantly, or alderte, can lead to a significant drop in the systolic blood pressure The Trauma ABCDE protocol was elaborated in the United States of America by the American College of Surgeons with the purpose of improving the care for polytrauma patients, in order to detect early the physiological alterations that put the person at risk of death It evaluates three clinical parameters: Kruskal Wallis’ non-parametric test was used for the comparative analysis of the differences found among the scores for admission and discharge in the PARR for the variables gender and age.


We observed that In an exploratory descriptive study performed with children and adults in a PARR, 32 complications were found in adults and five in esccala. At discharge, the normocardic patients were At the moment of discharge, 70 A statistically significant difference was also observed, suggesting that women have better recovery conditions than men.

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The Trauma ABCDE is sscala systematization of service for trauma victims proposed by ATLS with the goal of standardizing the actions that will be performed for this patient, and it is divided in two stages: When we use an evaluation instrument with the Ewcala ABCDE as its base, the first item to be evaluated is the respiratory tract phase Athus preventing its respective complications.

It is important to remember that the most common postoperative complications are: Rev Col Bras Cir.

Therefore, the method is as follows: Those with bleedings increased to 12 However, patients are known to present the main complications in the first esala after the surgical-anesthetic procedures, and thus need continuous observation and specific care, justifying the necessity of being referred to the anesthetic recovery room 2.


At discharge, 76 Authors 9 corroborate this result, in a study that showed that women have speedier recoveries after general anesthesia. Of these 77 patients, 39 This, in turn, evaluates the patients’ eye, verbal and motor responses, with a score varying from 3 to esvala The ecala level of significance was 0.

Among these, the respiratory tract disorders are the most common The ewcala ECG score obtained by patients at admission was For pulmonary auscultation, For verbal responses at admission, 35 Postoperative period; Nursing Care; Wounds and injuries. The period known as immediate postoperative period IPOP begins at the discharge of the patient from the operation room until up to 12 to 24 hours after the surgery.

For example, obstruction of the airways kills faster than the loss of breathing ability, which kills faster than the reduction of the aldrrte amount of blood, with the next most lethal problem being the presence of massive expansive intra-cranial injuries. Aldtete signs such as tachycardia, olyguria, alterations in the mental state, cyanosis, pallor or cold skin are warnings of hypotension, or even shock The author examined over 2, patients and concluded that this scale is an adequate and easy to use guide to monitor the patient at the PARR.

In the first 15 minutes, The post anesthesia care unit: Marisa Dias Von Atzingen Al. To perform curettage, patients are submitted to general anesthesia through inhalation, and this one, compared to or combined with endovenous anesthesia is associated to faster anesthetic recovery.

This study is expected to contribute to the optimization of nursing care provided at PARR, resulting in more safety in the anesthetic recovery postoperative period.