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The objective of the present work was to analyze the terms used during nurse consultations in the prenatal period, based on the International Classification for Nursing Practice -CIPE® version 2011. It is a cross-sectional exploratory study, carried out between the months of April and May 2012, at 15 Basic Health Units in the city of Londrina-PR. The study analyzed the notes of 269 hospital records from pregnant women who were in the 3rd quarter of gestation and had at least one pre-natal consultation with a nurse. These records revealed 557 nursing consultations, which resulted in the transcription of 25,189 terms. From those, were excluded medical diagnoses without recommended conducts for nurses in either local or nationwide protocols, pseudo-terminological terms, numbers, names of services, cities or medications, which were organized in pharmacological classes, resulting in a total of 1,761 terms.
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