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The quality of sleep of nursing professionals and the Covid-19 pandemic

Picoli M;
Santos GA;
Machado EO;
Vizini ST;
Rosa FS;
Santos S;
Chassot MD;
Campos RS;
Bonatto VF

Mauricio Picoli

Giane Alves Santos

Elisiane de Oliveira Machado

Simone Thais Vizini

Fabio Silva da Rosa

Suimara Santos

Maicon Daniel Chassot

Rejane Silveira de Campos

Vanessa Frighetto Bonatto


Keywords

Nursing
Sleep-Wake Disorder
Stress
Coronavirus

Abstract

Objective: to compare the quality of sleep of nursing professionals who worked in an adult intensive care unit with nursing professionals who worked in inpatient units during the Covid-19 pandemic. Method: This is a cross-sectional study. The selection of participants occurred intentionally using the snow ball methodology. The study included 27 participants, nurses and nursing technicians who worked in adult intensive care or adult hospitalization units caring for patients affected by Covid-19 and excluded professionals who regularly use sleep-inducing medications prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. Covid-19; or Individuals with sleep apnea. Sleep quality was assessed using the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (IQSP) instrument. The independent variables were classified as sociodemographic, work situations, lifestyle habits, nutritional status and presence of comorbidities. The analysis was carried out using descriptive and inferential statistics using SPSS v25.0 software. Data normality was tested using the Shapiro-Wilk test. Results: The sample of the present study was composed of men (22.4%) and women (77.8%) with an average age of 34.2 (±6.2) years. No significant correlations were found between the Sleep Quality Index and the analyzed variables. However, when analyzing whether there was any correlation between the questionnaire score and some continuous variables, such as the participants' weight, a moderate correlation was observed between the questionnaire score and the participants' weight r =0.469 p = 0.025. Conclusion: Despite not demonstrating statistical significance for the variables studied, the study considers the relationship between sleep quality and obesity, demonstrating statistical significance and corroborating the scientific literature.

 

DOI:https://doi.org/10.56238/sevened2023.007-063


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Copyright (c) 2023 Mauricio Picoli, Giane Alves Santos, Elisiane de Oliveira Machado, Simone Thais Vizini, Fabio Silva da Rosa, Suimara Santos, Maicon Daniel Chassot, Rejane Silveira de Campos, Vanessa Frighetto Bonatto

Author(s)

  • Mauricio Picoli
  • Giane Alves Santos
  • Elisiane de Oliveira Machado
  • Simone Thais Vizini
  • Fabio Silva da Rosa
  • Suimara Santos
  • Maicon Daniel Chassot
  • Rejane Silveira de Campos
  • Vanessa Frighetto Bonatto

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