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Title:Starševska ocena otrokove bolečine po majhnem operacijskem posegu v programu dnevne kirurške bolnišnice
Authors:Kobal, Dejan (Author)
Kegl, Barbara (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Grosek, Štefan (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Kobal_Dejan_2016.pdf (1,08 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Teoretična izhodišča: Oceniti starševsko znanje o bolečini in uporabnost starševskega vprašalnika o pooperacijski bolečini (PPPM) doma po enodnevni hospitalizaciji zaradi majhnega operacijskega posega (operacija dimeljske kile, retence testisov) v primerjavi z Wong-Bakerjevo ali vizualno analogno (VAS) bolečinsko lestvico. Metodologija raziskovanja: Prospektivna raziskava ocenjevanja bolečine otrok z Wong-Bakerjevo, VAS in PPPM med skupinama informiranih in neinformiranih staršev ter primerjava ocenjevanja med starši, medicinskimi sestrami (MS) in bolečinskimi lestvicami. Podatke smo obdelali s pomočjo računalniškega programa SPSS, verzija 23.0 Rezultati: Vključenih je bilo 152 otrok in njihovih staršev. Popolne podatke smo dobili od 142 otrok in njihovih staršev, od tega je bilo 108 (76,1 %) mam. Ocenjena bolečina s strani staršev je bila statistično značilno višja od ocene medicinskih sester. Pri starših smo potrdili, da obstaja značilna povezanost med njihovo oceno bolečine po operacijskem posegu in oceno bolečine doma, trajanjem in protibolečinskim zdravljenjem, nismo pa mogli potrditi s strani medicinskih sester. Med informiranostjo staršev in povprečno jakostjo bolečine otroka v domači oskrbi nismo našli razlik. Med Wong-Baker ali VAS in PPPM obstaja dobra povezanost. Sklep: Starši so jakost bolečine ocenjevali višje kot medicinske sestre. Ocenjevanje s PPPM doma je enako dobro oz. skladno z Wong-Baker ali bolečinskima lestvicama VAS.
Keywords:Bolečinske lestvice, majhen otrok, operacija, dnevna bolnišnica, starši, bolečina
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[D. Kobal]
Source:Maribor
UDC:616-053.2(043.2)
COBISS_ID:2266276 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:31IM2UWY
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Title:Validation of the parents' postoperative pain management pain scale of children undergoing minor surgery in daily surgical hospital program for children
Abstract:Theoretical Background: To evaluate parental knowledge and usefulness of Parental Postoperative Pain Management rating scale in postoperative pain assessment (PPPM) at home after one-day surgery programme in children following minor surgical procedures (inguinal hernia, testicular retention) compared to Wong-Baker or visual analogue (VAS) rating scales. Methodology: Prospective study of pain assessment in children with Wong-Baker, VAS and PPPM pain rating scales in children between two groups of informed and uninformed parents and between parents and nurses, as well as between three different pain rating scales. All data were analysed with computer programme SPSS, version 23.0. Results: One hundred and fifty-two parents and their children were included. Of those, complete data were available for 142 parents andtheir children, 108 (76,1 %) of the parents were mothers. Child's pain, as assessed by parents, was statistically significantly higher compared to nurses’assessment. Compared to non- significant correlation for nurses' assesment of child's pain, a strong correlation was found between parents' assessment of postoperative pain and child's pain, duration and analgesic therapy at home, after discharge from hospital. No differences were found between informed and uninformed parents regarding postoperative pain rating scales and analgesic therapy in home care. Finally, PPPM assessment showed good correlation with Wong-Baker and VAS scales. Conclusions: Child's pain, as assessed by parents, was statistically significantly higher compared to nurses’ assessment. PPPM assessment was equally good in pain assessment compared to Wong-Baker and VAS rating scales.
Keywords:Pain rating scales, small child, surgery, one day hospital, parents, pain  


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