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Gerokomos

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Syndrome management nurse in post-TURP. Gerokomos [online]. 2011, vol.22, n.3, pp.115-117. ISSN 1134-928X.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4321/S1134-928X2011000300004.

Transurethral resection is a simple technique in lower tract urological surgery for prostate tumors, with no other pathology of the lower airways, with the possibility of complete resection, which is typically used, local anesthesia, and whose most important complication is the syndrome post-TURP (post-TURP). As a simple technique and application of anesthesia to be locoregional patients undergoing spend a short period of time in the reanimation unit, is therefore, that the business of Nursing Urologic Surgery Unit should be familiar with one of complications of TURP, such as post-TURP syndrome, for it was carried out the evaluation of interventions at the University Hospital Severo Ochoa, Leganés, Madrid, in 2008, where the score reached 6, 49% of patients with post-TURP syndrome, within the bibliographic references established between 1% and 7%, to reach the development of a standardized nursing care plan in the post-TURP syndrome, to be implemented in a future where our unit, having as objective knowledge, by the nursing staff of the same, all the possible complications that such interventions may develop, which also serves as one of the nurses protocols to the centre where we do business nurse and as a basis for future actions in other centers of our environment.

Palabras clave : Addressable transurethral prostate; post-TURP syndrome; standard nursing care plan in post-TURP syndrome.

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