Integrated care of speech therapy and nursing in oropharyngeal dysphagia

Suelem Frian Couto Dias, Gisella de Carvalho Queluci, Amanda Ribeiro Mendonça, Vinicius Rodrigues de Souza

Abstract


ABSTRACT

Objective: to highlight the importance of the Integrated Speech Therapy and Nursing to the dysphagia client. Method: this is a bibliographical, descriptive study, of integrative type, with a temporal cut of 2013-2018, carried out in Scielo, BVS and Pubmed / Medline, during the month of March 2018. The results were grouped according to the year of publication, country, author, journal and type of study. Results: a sample of 14 studies, which reported that speech therapy care based on minimizing complications from dysphagia and nursing, confirmed the potential for dysphagia screening and management. Conclusion: it was considered that the integration of speech therapy and nursing care favors the early identification of dysphagia and may result in the development of guidelines and protocols to support these professionals. Descriptors: Speech Language and Hearing Sciences; Nursing: Nursing Care; Deglutition; Deglutition Disorders; Review.

RESUMO

Objetivo: evidenciar a importância do cuidado integrado de Fonoaudiologia e Enfermagem ao cliente disfágico. Método: trata-se de estudo bibliográfico, descritivo, tipo revisão integrativa, com recorte temporal de 2013-2018, realizada na Scielo, BVS e Pubmed/Medline, durante o mês de março de 2018. Agruparam-se os resultados de acordo com o ano de publicação, país, autor, periódico e tipo de estudo. Resultados: compôs-se a amostra de 14 estudos, que referem que os cuidados de fonoaudiologia baseiam-se em minimizar as complicações oriundas da disfagia e as de enfermagem, confirmam seu potencial no rastreio e gerenciamento da disfagia. Conclusão: considerou-se que a integração dos cuidados de fonoaudiologia e enfermagem favorece a identificação precoce da disfagia e pode resultar no desenvolvimento de diretrizes e protocolos de apoio a esses profissionais. Descritores: Fonoaudiologia; Enfermagem; Cuidados de Enfermagem; Deglutição; Transtornos de Deglutição; Revisão.

RESUMEN

Objetivo: evidenciar la importancia del cuidado integrado de Fonoaudiología y Enfermería al cliente disfágico. Método: se trata de un estudio bibliográfico, descriptivo, tipo revisión integrativa, con recorte temporal de 2013-2018, realizada en Scielo, BVS y Pubmed / Medline, durante el mes de marzo de 2018. Se agruparon los resultados de acuerdo con el año de publicación, país, autor, periódico y tipo de estudio. Resultados: se compuso la muestra de 14 estudios, que refieren que los cuidados de fonoaudiología se basan en minimizar las complicaciones oriundas de la disfagia y las de enfermería, confirman su potencial en el rastreo y gestión de la disfagia. Conclusión: se consideró que la integración de los cuidados de fonoaudiología y enfermería favorece la identificación precoz de la disfagia y puede resultar en el desarrollo de directrices y protocolos de apoyo a esos profesionales. Descriptores: Fonoaudiología; Enfermería; Atención de Enfermería; Deglución; Trastornos de Deglución; Revisión.


Keywords


Fonoaudiologia; Enfermagem; Cuidados de Enfermagem; Deglutição; Transtornos de Deglutição; Revisão.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5205/1981-8963-v12i10a236956p2844-2853-2018



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