Cuidando en el hogar a una persona con enfermedad cerebrovascular: del desconocimiento a la satisfacción

Caring a Person with Cerebrovascular disease at home: from the lack knowledge to satisfaction

Cuidando de uma pessoa com doença cerebrovascular em casa: da ignorância à satisfação

  • Fredy Tamayo-Botero Facultad de Enfermería. Universidad de Antioquia (Medellín, Colombia)
  • Mauricio Arias-Rojas Facultad de Enfermería. Universidad de Antioquia (Medellín, Colombia)
  • Stefany Ortega-Pérez Departamento de Enfermería. Universidad del Norte (Barranquilla, Colombia)
Palabras clave: Cuidadores, Accidente cerebrovascular, Cuidados de enfermería en el hogar, Teoría fundamentada
Key-words: Carer, Caregivers, Stroke, Home Nursing Care, Grounded Theory
Palavras chave: Cuidadores, Acidente vascular cerebral, Cuidados de enfermagem no domicílio, Teoria fundamentada





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Cómo citar
Tamayo-Botero, Fredy; Arias-Rojas, Mauricio; Ortega-Pérez, Stefany. Cuidando en el hogar a una persona con enfermedad cerebrovascular: del desconocimiento a la satisfacción. Cultura de los cuidados. 2022; (62): 294-12. Disponible en: [acceso: 27/09/2022]
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