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Nutrición Hospitalaria

versión impresa ISSN 0212-1611

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MARTIN FOLGUERA, T. et al. Analysis of the relevance and feasibility of quality indicators in nutrition support. Nutr. Hosp. [online]. 2012, vol.27, n.1, pp.198-204. ISSN 0212-1611.

Introduction: The quality assessment in health activities requires the choice of indicators in line with the results we want to measure. Of all possible, we should prioritize those that allow us to obtain the most relevant information without overloading the regular work of our units. Objective: To determine the opinion of the members of SENPE regarding the relevance and feasibility of using a selection of quality indicators designed for use in clinical nutrition. Methods: E-mail survey sent to members of SENPE asking them their views on 12 quality indicators, evaluating each in terms of their relevance and feasibility of implementation in their environment. Results: 40 respondents answered from 40 centers in 12 different regions. In general, the indicators were considered more relevant than feasible. The indicators best rated were: "identification in artificial nutrition bags, "semi-recumbent position in patient with nasogastric tube feeding" and "basic clinical protocols". Considering the type of indicator: "patient identification in the bags of artificial nutrition (structure)," a semi-incorporated "and" basic clinical protocols (process), and "fulfillment of the caloric goal" (result). Conclusion: The results of the survey can make a selection of indicators that could be considered for first-line introduction in a Nutrition Unit.

Palabras clave : Quality indicators; Health care; Nutrition therapy; Data collection.

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