Instruments for assessing adverse events associated with the use of geriatric diapers

Keywords: Diapers, Adult; Incontinence Pads; Nursing Assessment; Nursing Care.

Abstract

Objective: to analyze instruments for the evaluation of adverse events associated with the use of geriatric diapers. Methods: integrative review of the literature, in the LILACS, MEDLINE, CINAHL and EMBASE databases, with publications in Portuguese, English and Spanish. In the analysis of the data, categorization occurred by the identification of adverse events and screening instruments. Results: of the 19 publications, we identified as adverse events and respective instruments: motor deficit/Barthel index; Incontinence/Kings’s Health Questionnaire and International Consultation on Incontinence Questionnaire-Short Form; skin moisture/Transepidermal Water Loss; quality of life/Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale; incontinence-associated dermatitis/Nix Perineal Rating Scale. Conclusion: instruments were analyzed that evaluated the adverse events associated with the use of diapers that may be potentially used in nursing practice.

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Published
2019-04-25
Section
Review Article