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Title:Poškodba z ostrim predmetom med študenti zdravstvene nege
Authors:Lipnik, Dominika (Author)
Vrbnjak, Dominika (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Fekonja, Zvonka (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Lipnik_Dominika_2020.pdf (520,89 KB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Izhodišča in namen: Incident ali dogodek je vbod, vreznina, do katerega pride zaradi že uporabljenega, okuženega ostrega predmeta. Študenti zdravstvene nege imajo v času šolanja pogosto opravka z ostrimi predmeti. Poškodbam z ostrim predmetom so podvrženi predvsem zaradi nerazvitih ročnih spretnosti. Namen zaključnega dela je bil raziskati problematiko poškodb z ostrim predmetom med študenti zdravstvene nege v času študija. Raziskovalna metodologija in metode: V zaključnem delu je bilo uporabljeno kvantitativno raziskovanje. Podatke smo zbrali s pomočjo anketnega vprašalnika v pisni in elektronski obliki. Pri tem smo zajeli priložnostni vzorec študentov zdravstvene nege (n = 179). Za analizo podatkov smo uporabili računalniška programa Microsoft Word in IBM SPSS, pri tem pa uporabili deskriptivne statistične metode. Rezultati: Ugotovili smo, da se je v času klinične prakse z ostrim predmetom poškodovalo 46,4 % (n = 83) vseh anketirancev. Najpogosteje so se poškodbe dogajale med odpiranjem steklenih ampul. Največ poškodb se je zgodilo na internih oddelkih. 74,7 % (n = 62) študentov poškodbo z ostrim predmetom ni prijavilo. Najpogostejši razlog, za ne prijavo incidenta je bilo prepričanje študentov, da ni bilo nevarnosti za okužbo (40,3 %; n = 25). Diskusija in zaključek: Ugotovili smo, da se poškodbe z ostrim predmetom kljub upoštevanju varnostnih ukrepov dogajajo. Veliko poškodb, ki jih študenti utrpijo se ne poročajo, kar potrjujejo tudi drugi avtorji podobnih raziskav.
Keywords:incident, klinična praksa, študij, prijava, okužba, vbod, kri
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[D. Lipnik]
Source:Maribor
UDC:37.091.12:005.963.5(043.2)
COBISS_ID:21163523 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:CIUYNZRD
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Language:English
Title:Injury with a sharp object among nursing students
Abstract:Introduction: An incident or event is a puncture or incision caused by an already used, infected sharp object. Nursing students often deal with sharp objects. Injuries with a sharp object occur mainly due to underdeveloped manual skills. The aim of the diploma thesis was to investigate injuries with a sharp object among nursing students. Research methodology and methods: Quantitative research was used. Data were collected using a questionnaire in paper and electronic form. A convenience sample of nursing students (n = 179) was included. Computer programs Microsoft Word and IBM SPSS were used for data analysis using descriptive statistics. Results: We have found that 46.4% (n = 83) of all respondents were injured by a sharp object during clinical practice. Most often, injuries occurred during the opening of glass ampoules. Most injuries occurred in medical wards. 74.7% (n = 62) of students did not report a sharp object injury. The most common reason for not reporting an incident was the belief of students that there was no risk for infection (40.3%; n = 25). Discussion and conclusion: We have found that injuries with a sharp object occur despite safety precautions. Many of the injuries that students suffer are not reported, as confirmed by other authors of similar research.
Keywords:incident, clinical practice, study, report, infection, puncture, blood


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