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Title:Primerjava različnih velikosti intravenskih kanil na sistemih za natančno gravitacijsko doziranje infuzije
Authors:Novak, Aleš (Author)
Štiglic, Gregor (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Fijačko, Nino (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Novak_Ales_2019.pdf (531,60 KB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Izhodišča: Infuzijski sistemi, ki temeljijo na gravitaciji, omogočajo nadzor nad odmerkom raztopine za infundiranje z uravnavanjem kapljic na minuto. S to posredno metodo, ki zahteva stalno opazovanje kapljanja v komori, je zelo težko dobiti natančno in stalno hitrost infuzije. Da bi ublažili to časovno omejitev, se lahko uporabi infuzijski sistem za natančno gravitacijsko doziranje. V diplomskem delu želimo v simuliranem okolju prikazati znanja in veščine, ki jih diplomirana medicinska sestra/diplomirani zdravstvenik potrebuje pri uporabi infuzijskega sistema za natančno gravitacijsko doziranje v povezavi z različnimi velikostmi intravenskih kanil. Raziskovalna metodologija in metode: Izvedena je bila in vitro eksperimentalna raziskava na podlagi kvantitativne metodologije, kjer smo v simuliranem okolju testirali infuzijske sisteme za natančno gravitacijsko doziranje v kombinaciji z različnimi velikostmi intravenskih kanil. Rezultati: Z ANOVA testom smo ugotovili statistično značilne razlike med velikostmi intravenskih kanil pri Leventon Dosi-Flow 20 (F(2,297) = 104,754, p < 0,001), B. Braun Exadrop (F(2,297) = 82,397, p < 0,001) in Cair LGL Dosicair (F(2,297) = 42,774, p < 0,001) infuzijskimi sistemi za natančno gravitacijsko doziranje. S Post Hoc Bonferroni testom smo pri intravenskih kanilah različnih velikosti (22 gauge, 18 gauge in 14 gauge) in infuzijskimi sistemi za natančno gravitacijsko doziranje (Cair LGL Dosicair in Leventon Dosi-Flow 20, Cair LGL Dosicair in B. Braun Exadrop ter Leventon Dosi-Flow 20 in B. Braun Exadrop) prikazali statistično razliko (p < 0,001). Vse kombinacije velikosti intravenskih kanil z infuzijskim sistemom za natančno gravitacijsko doziranje so prikazale bistveno in statistično signifikantno razliko (p < 0,001) od nastavljene referenčne vrednosti pretoka. Diskusija in zaključek: Diplomirane medicinske sestre in diplomirani zdravstveniki se v kliničnem okolju ne smejo izključno zanašati na točnost infuzijskih sistemov za natančno gravitacijsko doziranje. Ugotovitve nas pripeljejo do spoznanja pomembnosti upoštevanja navodil za uporabo infuzijskega sistema za natančno gravitacijsko doziranje v povezati z različnimi velikostmi intravenskih kanil, saj lahko privedejo do odstopanja pri odmerjanju tekočin in zdravil.
Keywords:Simulacije, in vitro, eksperiment, infuzija, regulator pretoka, velikost kanil.
Year of publishing:2019
Publisher:[A. Novak]
Source:Maribor
UDC:004.94:615.471(043.2)
COBISS_ID:2512804 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:MU9UWZPM
License:CC BY-ND 4.0
This work is available under this license: Creative Commons Attribution No Derivatives 4.0 International
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Language:English
Title:Comparison of different sizes of intravenous cannulas on the systems for precise gravity dosing of the infusion
Abstract:Introduction: Gravity-based infusion systems allow us to control the dose of the solution for infusion by dripping the droplets per minute. With this indirect method, which requires constant observation of dripping in the chamber, it is very difficult to obtain an accurate and constant infusion rate. An infusion system for precise gravity dosing can be used to mitigate this time limit. In the diploma thesis we wish to present in the simulated environment the knowledge and skills that a graduate nurse needs to apply when using the infusion system for precise gravity dosing in connection with different sizes of intravenous cannulas. Methods: An in vitro experimental study was carried out on the basis of a quantitative methodology where in the simulated environment infusion systems for precise gravity dosing in combination with the different sizes of intravenous cannulas were tested. Results: The ANOVA test showed statistically significant differences in the size of intravenous cannulas in the Leventon Dosi-Flow 20 (F (2.297) = 104.754, p <0.001), B. Braun Exadrop (F (2.297) = 82.397, p <0.001) and Cair LGL Dosicair (F (2.297) = 42.774, p <0.001) infusion systems for precise gravity dosing. With the Post Hoc Bonferroni test we were able to show a statistical difference (p < 0.001) between the tested intravenous cannulas of various sizes (22 gauge, 18 gauge and 14 gauge) and the infusion systems for precise gravity dosing (Cair LGL Dosicair and Leventon Dosi-Flow 20; Cair LGL Dosicair and B. Braun Exadrop; Leventon Dosi -Flow 20 and B. Braun Exadrop). All combinations of intravenous cannulas with an infusion precision gravity dosing system showed a statistically significant difference (p < 0.001) of the set reference flow value. Discussion and Conclusion: Graduate nurses should not rely exclusively on the accuracy of the infusion systems for precise gravity dosing in the clinical environment. The findings lead us to recognize the importance of following the instructions on using an infusion system for precise gravity dosing in connection with different sizes of intravenous cannulas, as this may lead to inaccurate dosing of fluids and medicines.
Keywords:Simulation, in vitro, experiment, infusion, flow regulator, gauge.


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