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Title:Preprečevanje in obvladovanje okužb v reševalnem vozilu
Authors:Knez, Katja (Author)
Gönc, Vida (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Fink, Andrej (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Knez_Katja_2017.pdf (1,20 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Teoretična izhodišča: Problematika okužb, povezanih z zdravstvom, postaja vedno večji in resen problem sodobne zdravstvene nege, saj povzročajo resne posledice za paciente, svojce, zdravstveno osebje in za ves zdravstveni sistem. Bolnišnične okužbe so najpogostejši zaplet zdravljenja v bolnišnici. Namen: Namen diplomskega dela je predstaviti prenos in širjenje večkratno odpornih bakterij in ukrepe za preprečevanje širjenja le teh v reševalnem vozilu. Z raziskavo želimo ugotoviti ali zdravstveni delavci – reševalci upoštevajo in izvajajo ukrepe za preprečevanje okužb. Metodologija rziskovanja: V diplomskem delu smo uporabili deskriptivno metodo dela. V raziskavi je sodelovalo 60 reševalcev. Podatki so bili zbrani s tehniko anketiranja, dobljene kvantitativne podatke, ki smo jih analizirali, smo prikazali v deležih. Rezultati: Ugotovili smo, da dobra polovica (63,33 %) anketiranih reševalcev pozna ukrepe za preprečevanje okužb. Svoje znanje iz tega področja ocenjujejo dobro, kljub temu pa bi se bili pripravljeni še dodatno izobraževati. Prav tako smo ugotovili, da med dvema reševalnima službama v Sloveniji ni večjih razlik v izvajanju ukrepov za preprečevanje OPZ. Sklep: Okužb povezanih z zdravstvom ne bomo mogli nikoli popolnoma preprečiti, zato je le-te toliko bolj pomembno obvladovati. Vsak zdravstveni delavec je dolžan upoštevati ukrepe in opravljati svojo dejavnost s ciljem preprečevanja OPZ, ter se na tem področju izobraževati.
Keywords:okužbe povezane z zdravstvom, bolnišnične okužbe, obvladovanje, preprečevanje, higiena rok, razkuževanje rok, reševalci, reševalno vozilo
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[K. Knez]
Source:Maribor
UDC:616.9(043.2)
COBISS_ID:2325412 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:PQGKIEYH
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Language:English
Title:Prevention and control of infections in ambulance vehicles
Abstract:Theoretical Background: Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) pose a serious problem of modern healthcare, affecting the entire healthcare system, mainly patients, their relatives, and medical personnel. HAIs are the most common risk factor for secondary medical problems and complications in hospitals. Objectives: We introduce a literature review of modes of transmission of multidrug resistant bacteria in healthcare settings and guidelines, recommendations, and regulations for infection prevention and control in ambulance vehicles. We also investigate the extent to which ambulance personnel of emergency medical services act in accordance with relevant national legislation on prevention and control of HAIs in Slovenia. Research Design and Methods: We employed quantitative descriptive research design. The study was conducted on a sample of 60 ambulance paramedics from two emergency departments in Slovenia. The data were collected by means of a questionnaire, quantified, and presented in a percent format. Results: More than half (63,33 %) of participants were familiar with the policies and procedures for infection prevention and control, assessed their knowledge and skills as adequate and were compliant to undergo continuous education. On comparison, each emergency department did not show essential variation for the policies and procedures for infection prevention and control. Conclusion: Healthcare-associated infections are impossible to completely prevent, which calls for taking restrictive measures to control the spread of infections. Our results further suggest the need for improved compliance with the infection prevention and control measures, including continuous education and training, among ambulance paramedics to prevent or reduce HAIs in pre-hospital care in Slovenia.
Keywords:healthcare-associated infections, hospital-acquired infections, infection prevention and control, hand hygiene, hand disinfection, paramedics, ambulance vehicle


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