Gerenciamento do cuidado de enfermagem na prevenção de lesões por pressão

Rhea Silvia de Avila Soares, Thaís Dresch Eberhardt, Suzinara Beatriz Soares de Lima, Paulo Jorge Alves

Palavras-chave


Enfermagem; Lesões por Pressão; Administração

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Fator de Impacto ISI- International Scientific Indexing

JCR 0.852 (2017)/ JCR 1.021 (2018)

Qualis CAPES: B4

Índice H: 9,0

ISSN Online: 2179-0981 / ISSN Impresso: 2316-848X