87 - The Quality of the Humanized Care Provided to the Surgical Patient
Description: he humanization began in the 1980s, and began to gain strength in the antimanicomial fight in Mental Health, with this practice, it was intended to apply in the hospital care area aiming to establish dissemination of ideas with an emphasis on interpersonal transformation, proposing improvements in quality care and working conditions. Humanize propose to incorporate an ethical stance of respect for the other and embrace the unknown and recognize its limits. The surgical center is characterized by care aimed at quality patient care, in this environment that professionals characterize a restricted psychosocial interaction, because the closed environment, highly technological, providing technical care, through Identifying the activities necessary to obtain care of quality and a humanized care in the surgical center performing procedures and techniques. And in this environment we seek to seek improvements in the quality of the services provided in its unit by developing in its professionals critical and clinical reasoning, making it capable of developing actions centered on the integrity of care to also achieve excellence in services rendered. The objective was to identify the activities necessary to obtain quality care and a humanized care in the Surgical Center. As a method, a literary review was treated as a process of search and analysis based on studies in the last 8 years. It was concluded that it is of paramount importance the humanized care with quality, even though it is an environment that requires more technical but without quality and humanization is not as effective as we need when we want to propose quality indicators and obtain important international accreditors today in the hospital environment. Keywords: quality of health care, nursing care, surgical center, humanization of care.