Atuação da equipe de enfermagem no parto humanizado e seus benefícios diante o parto cesárea
Keywords:Humanized Delivery, Nursing care, Cesarean section.
Introduction: Childbirth is a natural and physiological process, but after the institutionalization of this process, childbirth has become mechanized. The definition about the way of delivery is influenced by several factors, among which the following stand out: risks and benefits, possible complications and future repercussions. Objectives: To identify the harmful effects of cesarean section with its possible complications when compared to humanized delivery; To describe the performance of the nursing team in humanized childbirth. Method: Bibliographic research in LILACS and SCIELO databases, and in the electronic library Virtual Health Library (VHL) of national periodical articles, being Portuguese-language texts, available free of charge in full and from 2013. Development: A cesarean section without clinical indication when compared to vaginal delivery is related to increased maternal morbidity, such as the need for blood transfusion, hysterectomy, ICU admission and worse neonatal outcomes, whereas humanized delivery goes through a care model that provides women with physical and psychological benefits . Nurses, when elaborating interventions aimed at the real needs of puerperal women, qualify the care provided with the contribution in a decisive way. Final Considerations: Normal delivery is a challenge for women, but beneficial in relation to cesarean section, which, in turn, despite being quicker and more comfortable, can lead to a variety of maternal-fetal complications.
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