QUALIFIED ASSISTANCE TO PREGNANT WOMEN IN USE OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS

Marília Gabriela Teixeira Lima, Amuzza Aylla Pereira dos Santos, Ana Luiza de Souza Faria Lobo, Julio Cesar Silva Oliveira, Jovânia Marques de Oliveira e Silva, Mychelly Pereira Pedrosa

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Objective: to analyze the nursing care provided to pregnant women who abuse alcohol and other drugs. Method: it is reported that seven nurses from the Psychosocial Care Center participated in the research to treat users of alcohol and other drugs. It is detailed that the collection occurred through the semi-structured interview, the organization of the data followed the technique of Content Analysis and the study was based on the Theory of Imogene King. Results: three themes were evidenced: Looking towards achieving harm reduction, Integrality of being and Nursing Process x integralization of assistance. Conclusion: it is concluded that, although assistance is based on harm reduction, the study demonstrated that there is a failure in the care of pregnant women who use drugs, considering that one of the principles of the Unified Health System, comprehensiveness, is still far away to be attended to, as the pregnant woman is assisted only on aspects of the use of alcohol and other drugs.


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Pregnant Women; Harm Reduction; Drug Abuse; Nursing Theory; Assistance; Enfermagem

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5205/1981-8963.2021.245415



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