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Title:Vpliv znanja diplomirane medicinske sestre na kvaliteto zdravljenja v intenzivni terapiji
Authors:ID Maučec, Martin (Author)
ID Strauss, Maja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Radšel, Peter (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Maucec_Martin_2021.pdf (584,15 KB)
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PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/aacde205-afff-477e-b67a-4a48c168854a
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Uvod: Zdravstvena nega bolnika v enoti intenzivne terapije (EIT) je kompleksna in zapletena ter zahteva od medicinske sestre, ki tam dela, ogromno dodatnih znanj. Namen zaključnega dela je prikazati pomen znanja medicinskih sester in neposreden vpliv njihovega znanja na kakovost zdravljenja bolnikov v EIT. Raziskovalne metode: V zaključnem delu je uporabljena deskriptivna metoda in opravljen pregled znanstvene in strokovne literature s pomočjo metodologije PRISMA. Iskanje literature je potekalo v treh podatkovnih bazah (PubMed, CHINAL, MEDELINE) s pomočjo vključitvenih in izključitvenih meril, na podlagi zastavljenega raziskovalnega vprašanja ter ključnih besed. Rezultati: S pomočjo vsebinske analize literature smo ugotovili, da so v večini člankov in raziskav poročali o pomembnem vplivu znanja medicinskih sester na kakovost zdravljenja v enotah EIT. Diskusija in zaključek: Strokovno znanje medicinskih sester v enoti intenzivne terapije lahko vpliva na kakovost zdravljenja. Ugotovitve lahko smiselno uporabimo za vzpodbujanje dodatnih izobraževanj medicinskih sester v EIT, saj s tem bistveno izboljšamo kakovost zdravljenja tam hospitaliziranih bolnikov.
Keywords:kontinuirano izobraževanje medicinskih sester, enota intenzivne terapije (EIT), delo medicinske sestre v EIT, kakovostna oskrba bolnikov, znanje medicinskih sester v EIT
Year of publishing:2021
Publisher:[M. Maučec]
Source:Maribor
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-79922 New window
UDC:374:616-083(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:79748867 New window
Publication date in DKUM:13.10.2021
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Licensing start date:23.08.2021

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:The impact of nurse knowledge on the quality of treatment in intensive care unit
Abstract:Introduction: Nursing a patient in ICU is complex and complicated, requiring tremendous additional knowledge from the individual nurse who works there. The purpose of the final work is to demonstrate the importance of nurses' knowledge and the direct impact of nurses' knowledge on quality of treatment of patients in ICU. Methods: In the final work we used a descriptive method of reaearch and a review of scientific and professional literature, presented with PRISMA methodology. The literature search was performed in three databases (PubMed, CHINAL, MEDELINE) using inclusion and exclusion criteria, based on research question and keywords. Results: Using a content analysis of the literature, we found that in the most articles and research they reported a significant impact of nurses' knowledge on the quality of treatment in ICU. Discussion and conclusion: The expertise of nurses in ICU can influence the quality of treatment of patients in ICU. The findings can be used sensibly to encurage additional training for nurses in ICU, as this improves the quality of treatment for patients in ICU.
Keywords:continuous nursing education, intensive care unit (ICU), critical care nursing, quality of care, ICU nurse knowledge, adult patients


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