Newborn home visit

Ginaina Catia de Prá Oliveira, Marcia Helena de Souza Freire, Silmara Cordeiro Kerniski, Jenifer Carolina Roda, Daiana Kloh Khalaf

Abstract


Objective: to analyze the scientific production on newborn home visit. Method: this is a bibliographic study, type integrative literature review, from 2014 to 2018, on the CAPES Periodical Portal and the Virtual Health Library. Data were analyzed using simple statistics and the Content Analysis technique. Results: studies were performed on the African continent (37%); published in the United Kingdom (48%); quantitative (66%); randomized controlled (25.9%). In the Content Analysis, the following categories were listed: << Health improvement strategies >>; << Global models for the development of home visits to the newborn and their impacts >> and << Barriers and difficulties in carrying out home visits >>. Conclusion: it is clear, despite the lack of identification of a scientific standardization regarding home visits to the newborn, that there is global evidence of the benefits to maternal and neonatal health, especially in developing countries. Descriptors: Infant-Newborn; House Calls; Primary Prevention; Child Care; Health Promotion; Primary Health Care.

Resumo

Objetivo: analisar a produção científica sobre visita domiciliar ao recém-nascido. Método: trata-se um estudo bibliográfico, tipo revisão integrativa da literatura, com recorte temporal 2014-2018, no Portal de Periódicos CAPES e na Biblioteca Virtual de Saúde. Analisaram-se os dados utilizando a estatística simples e a técnica de Análise de Conteúdo. Resultados: desenvolveram-se os estudos no continente africano (37%); publicados no Reino Unido (48%); quantitativos (66%); randomizados controlados (25,9%). Elencaram-se, na Análise de Conteúdo, as seguintes categorias: << Estratégias de melhoria da saúde >>; << Modelos globais para o desenvolvimento das visitas domiciliares ao recém-nascido e seus impactos >> e << Barreiras e dificuldades para a realização da visita domiciliar >>. Conclusão: percebe-se, a despeito da não identificação de uma padronização científica relativa à visita domiciliar ao recém-nascido, que há evidências globais dos benefícios à saúde materna e neonatal, sobretudo, nos países em desenvolvimento. Descritores: Recém-Nascido; Visita Domiciliar; Prevenção Primária; Cuidado da Criança; Promoção da Saúde; Atenção Primária à Saúde.

Resumen

Objetivo: analizar la producción científica en visita domiciliar a recién nacido. Método: se trata de un estudio bibliográfico, tipo revisión integradora de la literatura, con un marco temporal 2014-2018, en el Portal Periódico CAPES y la Biblioteca Virtual en Salud. Los datos se analizaron mediante estadísticas simples y la técnica de Análisis de Contenido. Resultados: se realizaron estudios en el continente africano (37%); publicado en el Reino Unido (48%); cuantitativo (66%); estudios controlados aleatorios (25,9%). En el Análisis de Contenido, se enumeraron las siguientes categorías: << Estrategias de mejora de la salud >>; << Modelos globales para el desarrollo de visitas domiciliarias al recién nacido y sus impactos >> y << Barreras y dificultades para realizar visitas domiciliarias >>. Conclusión: está claro, a pesar de la falta de identificación de una estandarización científica con respecto a las visitas domiciliarias al recién nacido, que hay evidencia global de los beneficios para la salud materna y neonatal, especialmente en los países en desarrollo. Descriptores: Recién Nacido; Visita Domiciliaria; Prevención Primaria; Cuidado del Niño; Promoción de la Salud; Atención Primaria de Salud.


Keywords


Infant-Newborn; House Calls; Primary Prevention; Child Care; Health Promotion; Primary Health Care.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5205/1981-8963.2020.243631



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