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Title:OSKRBA POŠKODOVANCA IN ANALGETIČNA TERAPIJA V PREDBOLNIŠNIČNEM OKOLJU
Authors:Skarlovnik, Vlado (Author)
Koželj, Anton (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
prosen, gregor (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Skarlovnik_Vlado_2013.pdf (4,08 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Teoretična izhodišča: Dela diplomiranega zdravstvenika ne predstavlja vedno samo zdravstvena nega, kot jo poznamo v bolnišničnem okolju in za katero se pripravljamo večino časa med študijem. V zadnjem času je z namenom izboljšanja kakovosti oskrbe bolnikov oz. poškodovancev v predbolnišničnem okolju zelo narasel trend zaposlovanja diplomiranih zdravstvenikov v službah predbolnišnične nujne medicinske pomoči. Namen: V teoretičnem delu diplomske naloge so predstavljene vloga diplomiranega zdravstvenika pri obravnavi poškodovancev na terenu, oprema za oskrbo poškodovanca ter ugotovitve glede pomembnosti analgetične terapije in najoptimalnejšega časa za aplikacijo te. S pomočjo raziskave smo ugotavljali, ali imajo diplomirani zdravstveniki dovolj znanja, da prepoznajo potrebo po analgetični terapiji in ali jo na terenu kdaj tudi samostojno aplicirajo. Metode: Uporabljena je bila kvantitativna metoda raziskovanja s pomočjo anonimnega anketnega vprašalnika, namenjenega diplomiranim zdravstvenikom v enotah nujne medicinske pomoči Slovenije. Rezultati in diskusije: Rezultati, pridobljeni s pomočjo raziskave, so pokazali, da imajo dipl. zdravstveniki malo znanja o analgetični terapiji in relativno malo opravljenih dodatnih izobraževanj na temo nujne medicinske pomoči. Obenem pa se je pokazala želja tako po dodatnih znanjih glede uporabe medikamentozne terapije na terenu kot po ostalih tečajih na temo nujne medicinske pomoči.
Keywords:poškodovanec, analgetična terapija, prehospitalno okolje, diplomirani zdravstvenik, nujna medicinska pomoč.
Year of publishing:2013
Publisher:[N. Kirevnina]
Source:Maribor
UDC:658(043.2)
COBISS_ID:1906852 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:KOLAOUIN
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Language:English
Title:Trauma and analgesic therapy in the prehospital environment
Abstract:Theoretical framework: The work of qualified healthcare workers does not include just health care which is taught hospital environments and schools. A recent trend of hiring qualified healthcare workers aimed at improving the quality of patient care in prehospital environments of emergency medical services is visible. Purpose: This research was aimed at determining whether qualified healthcare workers have sufficient knowledge in recognizing the need for analgesic therapy and utilizing it by themselves on the field. In the theoretical part of this diploma paper we presented the role of the qualified healthcare worker in nursing patients on the field as well as the equipment needed for this task. We also tried to determine the importance of analgesic therapy and when a patient should receive it. Methods: We utilized the quantitative research method with the help of an anonymous survey. Qualified healthcare workers of emergency medical services in Slovenia were selected as the sample group. Results and discussions: The data obtained via the research showed that qualified healthcare workers have little or no knowledge of analgesic therapy and also lack any additional education on emergency medical services. We did, however, notice an increasing interest in additional education regarding on-field medicament therapy as well as other courses on emergency medical services.
Keywords:patient, analgesic therapy, prehospital environment, qualified healthcare worker, emergency medical service.


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