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    Calidad del sueño en adultos mayores. Azogues, noviembre 2023 - febrero 2024
    (Universidad Católica de Cuenca., 2024) Valdiviezo Solórzano, Vanessa Carolina; Yadaicela Salto, Angélica Jessenia; Pogyo Morocho, Gloria Luzmila; 0350114765; 0302627716
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    Prácticas de medicina ancestral, alternativa y complementaria. Azogues, noviembre 2023 - febrero 2024
    (Universidad Católica de Cuenca., 2024) Guamán Santos, Jennifer Estefanía; Sanango Guartan, Wellington Manuel; Estrella González, María de los Ángeles; 0928994763; 0302767132
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    Indicadores de calidad de la atención de enfermería. Revisión Sistemática
    (Universidad Católica de Cuenca., 2024) Tenezaca Tenezaca, Alex Javier; Merchan Coronel, María Graciela; 0302549399
    The quality of nursing care reflects the responsibility that nursing professionals must have in order to be able to execute activities, providing a service whose objective is to satisfy the needs of the users. The objective of the present study was to provide information on nursing care quality indicators. The type of research was a systematic review. The key words used were: nursing, quality care and indicators. In addition to the Boolean operator AND, the databases used to extract the scientific articles included Web of Science, Scopus, and Pubmed. The inclusion criteria for the selection of studies were: studies from the year 2018, articles in the English and Spanish languages, systematic review articles, and descriptive, correlational, and applicative field studies. The article selection process was reflected in the flow chart belonging to the PRISMA method (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic reviews and Meta-Analyses). The result was 46 relevant studies after an exhaustive review where 34 were analyzed, concluding that quality in nursing care is vital for effective and safe care, evaluating efficacy and efficiency through key indicators and interventions, which goes beyond the clinical, including patient experience and environmental safety, being essential staff training, evidence-based protocols and innovative technologies are essential for patient-centered care and continuous improvement in nursing, ensuring quality and patient satisfaction.
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    Prevalencia y Factores de riesgo de la Violencia Ginecológica revisión sistemática y metaanálisis
    (Universidad Católica de Cuenca., 2024) Dutan Urgiles, Evelin Gabriela; Ramírez Coronel, Andrés Alexis; 0302366695
    Introduction: Gynecological violence refers to practices performed by healthcare staff during gynecological care, encompassing actions ranging from psychological and physical violence to inappropriate behaviors such as commenting on women's bodies, intentionally painful procedures, disrespect for autonomy and dignity, lack of privacy during gynecological exams, usage of derogatory or intimidating language, among other forms of abuse. Objective: To examine the prevalence and risk factors of gynecological violence through a systematic review and meta-analysis of scientific literature. Methodology: A systematic review of the scientific literature from 2019 to 2023 was conducted on Scopus, Web of Science, and PubMed databases. The PRISMA method recommendations were followed to ensure the rigor of the process. Results: Meta-analysis of proportions regarding prevalence reveals a 24% incidence of gynecological violence while concerning the most common risk factors among the 27 selected articles are gender and age. Conclusion: The importance of establishing public health policies aimed at prevention to reduce the prevalence of gynecological violence is evident. These measures should address awareness and education and the implementation of clear protocols and preventive measures in gynecological healthcare settings. Keywords: gynecological violence, prevalence, risk factors
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    La Medicina Herbaria utilizada en el proceso de gestación y postparto en el Ecuador: Revisión Sistemática
    (Universidad Católica de Cuenca., 2024) Chauca Quizhpi, Evelyn Verenice; Estrella González, María de los Angeles; 0303162408
    The changes faced by pregnant or postpartum women develop a scenario of risk for various ailments or discomforts, making it essential to attend all prenatal check-ups and avoid administering chemical drugs as they may affect the well-being or survival of the mother and the baby. Objective: To systematize scientific evidence from different theoretical foundations on herbal medicine used during pregnancy and postpartum in Ecuador. Methodology: A systematic review study approached from a qualitative perspective was conducted, with a descriptive scope and design, through the application of the PRISMA 2020 statement, considering the selection of articles from scientific databases such as PubMed, Scopus, Lilacs, Web of Science, Redalyc, and SciELO. Results: During fetal development, anise, flaxseed, lemon balm, and chamomile can be used. During labor and postpartum, rosemary, parsley, avocado seed, eucalyptus, and anise can be consumed. Pennyroyal, rue, and basil are contraindicated in pregnancy due to their abortive properties. Conclusion: In many cultural groups, herbal medicine is a significant option, especially in contexts with limited economic resources, where beliefs and customs persist, and there is limited access to healthcare services. Keywords: medicinal plants; pregnancy; postpartum