Fatores biomecânicos: uma análise do trabalho dos enfermeiros

Marcos Lucas de Oliveira, Cristiane Jordão, Lizandra Garcia Lupi Vergara

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Os fatores humanos e a ergonomia tem como cerne o domínio dos cuidados de saúde com foco na maximização do desempenho global dos sistemas. As atuais pesquisas sobre saúde e segurança do paciente tem centrado esforços na amplitude do termo resiliência do sistema. Assim dado o aumento de pesquisas de intervenção ergonômica na área da saúde e da importância dos fatores humanos e da ergonomia no âmbito hospitalar esse estudo tem por objetivo apresentar os principais problemas biomecânicos relacionados a atividade dos enfermeiros, por meio de uma revisão básica da literatura. Como resultado o estudo apresenta um dossiê dos estudos mais relevantes sobre riscos biomecânicos na atividade laboral dos enfermeiros. Conclui-se que ao setor da saúde no Brasil, não há ainda uma dispersão em grande escala dos equipamentos que visam prevenir os riscos biomecânicos relacionados a atividade laboral dos profissionais da saúde.


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Ergonomia. Biomecânica. DORT.

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