유치도뇨관 감염예방 가이드라인에 관한 체계적 문헌검색 사례-Part II: Ovid MEDLINE 이용

Systematic Search for Guidelines to Prevent Catheter-associated Urinary Tract Infections-Part II: Using the Ovid MEDLINE

  • 박현영 (호남대학교 간호학과) ;
  • 장금성 (전남대학교 간호대학.간호과학연구소) ;
  • 최자윤 (전남대학교 간호대학.간호과학연구소) ;
  • 김윤희 (국립목포대학교 간호학과)
  • Park, Hyunyoung (Department of Nursing, Honam University) ;
  • Jang, Keum-Seong (College of Nursing, Chonnam National University.Chonnam Research Institute of Nursing Science) ;
  • Choi, Ja-Yun (College of Nursing, Chonnam National University.Chonnam Research Institute of Nursing Science) ;
  • Kim, Yun-Hee (Department of Nursing, Mokpo National University)
  • 투고 : 2014.11.03
  • 심사 : 2015.01.14
  • 발행 : 2015.01.31


Purpose: To implement evidence-based nursing, it is important to know where and how to find the best available evidence. This study was conducted to identify the results of a search from Ovid MEDLINE and to compare the results from Ovid MEDLINE with those from PubMed MEDLINE. Methods: Four different approaches via Ovid MEDLINE were used to search for guidelines on preventing catheter-associated urinary tract infections. Outcomes of this study were the number of records and relevant literature, and the sensitivity and precision of the search methods via Ovid MEDLINE. Results: The number of retrieved items ranged 23 to 6,005 and that of relevant studies, 5 to 8 of 8. Simple searches resulted in the highest sensitivity of 100.0%. When using MeSH terms and limits feature, the precision was highest (21.7%) among four approaches for literature searches. Simple searches in Ovid had higher sensitivity and lower precision than those in PubMed. Conclusion: Simple searches in Ovid may be inefficient for busy clinicians compared to PubMed. However, to ensure a comprehensive and systematic literature search, using Ovid MEDLINE in addition to PubMed is recommended.



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