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Title:Oskrba poškodovanca s poškodbo glave in vratne hrbtenice
Authors:Janžič, Gregor (Author)
Koželj, Anton (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Kupnik, Dejan (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Janzic_Gregor_2012.pdf (3,02 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:V diplomski nalogi smo želeli ugotoviti ali je poznavanje oskrbe poškodovanca s poškodbo glave in vratne hrbtenice med slovenskimi reševalnimi službami skladno z mednarodnimi smernicami. Prav tako smo želeli predstavili dela in naloge reševalcev pri oskrbi poškodovancev s poškodbami glave in vratne hrbtenice in pa tudi predstaviti različne metode ugotavljanja zavesti in pripomočkov, ki se trenutno najpogosteje uporabljajo na terenu. Diplomska naloga je sestavljena iz teoretičnega in empiričnega dela. V teoretičnem delu so predstavljene poškodbe glave in vratne hrbtenice, metode ocenjevanja zavesti in metode oskrbe dihalne poti. V drugem delu smo uporabili anketni vprašalnik, sestavljen v namen konkretne raziskave, s katerim smo anketirali 62 zaposlenih (tehnikov zdravstvene nege in diplomiranih zdravstvenikov ter diplomiranih medicinskih sester) v enotah nujne medicinske pomoči iz Maribora, Celja, Lenarta in Gornje Radgone. Z raziskavo smo želeli ugotoviti kako pogosto se anketiranci srečujejo s poškodbami glave in vratne hrbtenice, kakšne vrste imobilizacije uporabljajo na terenu, kako ocenjujejo svoje znanje s področja poškodb glave in vratne hrbtenice, na kak način se izobražujejo na tem področju in pa poznavanje metod ugotavljanja zavesti. Z raziskavo smo dobili odgovor na zastavljeno raziskovalno vprašanje, in sicer je poznavanje oskrbe poškodovanca s poškodbo glave in vratne hrbtenice med slovenskimi reševalnimi službami skladno z mednarodnimi smernicami, hkrati pa smo ugotovili na katerih področjih bi anketiranci lahko dopolnili svoje znanje o poškodbah glave in vratne hrbtenice.
Keywords:nujna medicinska pomoč, poškodbe glave, poškodbe vratne hrbtenice, metode ocenjevanja zavesti, Glasgow coma scale, AVPU, Revised trauma score (RTS).
Year of publishing:2012
Publisher:[G. Janžič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:616-083.98
COBISS_ID:1826212 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:RS0HKHRT
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Language:English
Title:Nursing of a patient with head and cervical vertebrae injury
Abstract:The goal of this diploma paper was to find out if Slovene emergency medical personnel’s knowledge of how to treat patients with head and cervical vertebrae injury is consistent with international guidelines. We also wanted to present emergency medical personnel’s work and methods used when dealing with the above-mentioned injuries, as well as present different methods of assessing consciousness of patients and accessories that are most used in the field. Diploma paper consists of a theoretical and empirical part. Theoretical part includes presentation of head and cervical vertebrae injuries, methods of assessing consciousness and methods of breathing path care. Empirical part consists of the questionnaire, answered by 62 employees (junior nurses and nurses) from units of emergency medical care in Maribor, Celje, Lenart and Gornja Radgona. The aim of this research was to figure out how often participants deal with head and cervical vertebrae injuries, what methods of immobilization are used in the field, how they rate their knowledge about head and cervical vertebrae injuries, which methods of additional education on the subject they use, and to test their knowledge about methods of assessing consciousness. Results show that Slovene emergency medical personnel’s knowledge of head and cervical vertebrae injuries is in compliance with international guidelines. We also identified areas on which participants could complement their knowledge about the said injuries.
Keywords:emergency medical help, head injury, cervical vertebrae injury, methods of assessing consciousness, Glasgow coma scale, AVPU, Revised trauma score (RTS).


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