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Title:Poznavanje prve pomoči laične populacije o epileptičnem napadu
Authors:Monetti, Andrej (Author)
Koželj, Anton (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Teoretična izhodišča: Epilepsija je skupno ime za nevrološke bolezni, katerih značilnost so ponavljajoči se epileptični napadi. Poznamo številne podvrste epilepsije, ki jim je skupno le nenormalno sočasno proženje živčnih celic (Kržan, 2013, str. 4). Epileptični napadi se med seboj po znakih in simptomih zelo razlikujejo. Epileptična aktivnost v napadih lahko povzroči spremembe občutkov, zavedanja ali vedenja, povzroči nehotene gibe ali okrne motorične funkcije. Napadi so lahko očitni, z nenadnimi krčevitimi kontrakcijami mišic in z nezavestjo. Lahko pa so napadi navzven neopazni (Lorber, 2012, str. 30). Metodologija raziskovanja: V diplomskem delu smo uporabili deskriptivno (opisno) metodo dela. Uporabili smo tudi kvantitativno metodo dela, izvedli anketo s pomočjo spletnega vprašalnika EnKlikAnketa, ki je bila anonimna. Sestavljena je bila iz 15 vprašanj, na anketo je odgovorilo 100 ljudi. Rezultati: Laična populacija pozna pojem epileptični napad, veliko se jih je že srečalo z epileptičnim napadom, poznajo tudi nekatere vzroke za epilepsijo. Kljub poznavanju pojma, pa laična populacija v večini ne bi znala nuditi pravilne prve pomoči ob epileptičnem napadu. Sicer poznajo nekaj osnovnih ukrepov, vendar bi nekateri bolniku lahko celo škodili zaradi napačnega ukrepanja. Sklep: Laična populacija bi potrebovala več izobraževanja o prvi pomoči ob epileptičnem napadu, morda tudi o splošni prvi pomoči. Viri navajajo, da naj bi 1 % ljudi na svetu imel epilepsijo. Glede na te statistične podatke je razmeroma malo laikov dobro pripravljenih oziroma poučenih, da bi se v takšni situaciji dobro odrezali.
Keywords:epilepsija, epileptični napad, prva pomoč, laična populacija
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[A. Monetti]
Source:Maribor
UDC:616.853:614.88(043.2)
COBISS_ID:2376100 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:DWQHQBK8
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Language:English
Title:Knowledge of first aid in laic population regards to epileptic seizure
Abstract:Theoretical background. Epilepsy is a common name for neurological diseases, whose properties are recurring seizures. There's a number of sub-types of epilepsy, which have in common only the abnormal simultaneous actuation of the nerve cells (Kržan 2013, p. 4). Seizures differ among themselves by signs and symptoms . Epileptic activity in attacks can cause changes in sensation, awareness or behavior, causes involuntary movements or impaired motor functions. The attacks can be obvious, with sudden spasmodic contractions of the muscles and unconsciousness. But the attacks may also not be apparent (Lorber 2012, p. 30). Research Methodology. In this diploma paper we used descriptive (descriptive) method of working. We also used a quantitative method of working, we carried out a survey via an online questionnaire EnKlikAnketa, which was anonymous. It consisted of 15 questions, on the survey responded 100 people. Results. Laic population is familiar with the concept of epileptic seizures, many of them already met with epileptic seizures, they are also familiar with some of the causes for epilepsy. Despite the knowledge of concept, however secular population in the majority would not be able to provide proper first aid for seizure. Otherwise they are familiar with a few basic actions, although some may even harm the patient due to wrong action. Conclusion: Laic population would need more education on first aid in epileptic seizure, maybe even about the general first aid. Sources indicate that 1% of people in the world have epilepsy. According to these statistical data there are relatively few people well prepared and trained to perform well in that kind of situation.
Keywords:Keywords: epilepsy, epileptic seizure first aid, laic population


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