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Title:Poznavanje in pomen znanja o zdravilih z visokim tveganjem v klinični praksi
Authors:Papež, Barbara (Author)
Ferk, Polonca (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Papez_Barbara_2020.pdf (1,62 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Uvod: Medicinske sestre so odgovorne za upravljanje z zdravili z visokim tveganjem in v primeru kakršne koli napake so posledice za pacienta lahko usodne. Namen raziskave je predstaviti, kakšno znanje, izkušnje in percepcijo o zdravilih z visokim tveganjem imajo medicinske sestre v enotah intenzivne terapije. Metode: Raziskava temelji na kvantitativni metodologiji. Raziskava je bila izvedena s pomočjo že izdelanega vprašalnika, prevedenega ter minimalno preurejenega. V raziskavi je uporabljen priložnostni vzorec izvajalcev zdravstvene nege v enotah intenzivne terapije treh bolnišnic v Sloveniji.. Raziskava je potekala v mesecu februarju 2020. Podatki so statistično obdelani s pomočjo programa SPSS 25.0. Rezultati: Medicinske sestre zelo pogosto (69 %) uporabljajo zdravila z visokim tveganjem in njihovo znanje je visoko (več kot 90 % pravilnih odgovorov na zastavljena vprašanja). 45 % anketiranih je svoje znanje o zdravilih z visokim tveganjem pridobilo na fakulteti in 46 % jih meni, da je klinično usposabljanje najbolj učinkovita metoda za pridobivanje znanja. Dvojna kontrola se v 94 % izvaja redno; za njeno ne povsem dosledno uporabo pa v 58 % kot razlog navajajo delovno preobremenjenost in prekinitve med izvajanjem postopkov. Razprava in sklep: Medicinske sestre v enoti intenzivne terapije imajo zelo dobro znanje, izkušnje in percepcijo o zdravilih z visokim tveganjem. V prihodnje bi bilo, z namenom pridobiti širšo in celovito sliko v slovenskem prostoru, predlagano raziskavo smiselno razširiti, ne samo na oddelke intenzivne terapije, ampak tudi na vse oddelke, kjer se zdravila z visokim tveganjem uporabljajo tudi v drugih slovenskih bolnišnicah.
Keywords:zdravila z visokim tveganjem, znanje, medicinske sestre, dvojna kontrola
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[B. Papež]
Source:Maribor
UDC:614.253.5:615.2(043.2)
COBISS_ID:21708803 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:PJO01ELG
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Language:English
Title:Knowledge and importance of knowledge of high alert medications in clinical practice
Abstract:Abstract Introduction: Nurses are responsible for managing high-alert medicines, and in the event of any mistake, the consequences for the patient can be fatal. The purpose of the research is to present what knowledge, experience and perceptions about high-alert medicines the nurses in intensive care unit have. Methods: The research is based on a quantitative methodology. The research was carried out with the help of an existing questionnaire, translated and minimally here. The study used a sample of nursing care providers in intensive care units of three hospitals in Slovenia. The survey was conducted in February 2020. The data were statistically analysed using SPSS 25.0 programme. Results: Nurses use high-alert medicines very often (69 %) and their knowledge is high (more than 90 % of the correct answers to the questions asked). 45 % of those surveyed acguired their knowledge of high-alert medicines at college, and 46 % thought that clinical training is the most effective method to acguired knowledge. Double-check is performed regularly in 94 %; however, it is thought in 58 % that its not fully consistent use is due to work overload and interruptions during the execution of procedures. Discussion and conclusion: Nurses in the intensive care unit have adequate very good knowledge, experience and perceptions of high-alert medicines. To obtain a broader and more comprehensive picture of Slovenian nurses' knowledge, experience and perceptions of high alert medicines, it would be reasonable to extend in future the proposed research not only to intensive care units but to all departments where high-alert medicines are used in other Slovenian hospitals.
Keywords:high alert medications, knowledge, nurse, double-check


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