Sjuksköterskors erfarenheter av att vårda patienter som har insjuknat i stroke : En litteraturstudie
Sammanfattning: Background: Stroke is a common disease in Sweden and between 25 000–30 000 people fall ill every year. A stroke causes oxygen deficiency and can lead to lifelong disabilities for the patient. Multidisciplinary teams work together where the nurse plays an important role for the care and the process of recovery. Aim: Highlight nurses' experiences of caring for patients who have had a stroke. Method: The design of the study is a literature study with a qualitative approach. The study is based on ten articles and was analyzed using Friberg’s five-step analysis. Results: Two themes and six subthemes emerged. Nurses felt that their care was important for the patient's recovery but wanted further specialized training. Multidisciplinary collaboration was perceived as important both for the development of knowledge and the patient's care. Nurses highlighted relatives' participation in patient care. However, there were daily challenges of, among other things, time pressure and understaffing. Conclusion: The study showed that nurses wish to provide good care for their patients and that their care was important. However, they experience daily challenges. Through organizational changes such as increased staff density and continuing education, the role of the nurse can be strengthened and lead to improved patient care.
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