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The Perceived Importance and Performance Frequency of Nursing Interventions in the Oncology Units in a Tertiary Hospital (종양내과병동에서의 간호중재 중요도 및 수행 빈도에 관한 연구 - 일 종합요양 전문기관을 중심으로 -)

  • Kwon, In Gak;Cho, Myung Sook;Shin, Hee Yeon
    • Korean Journal of Adult Nursing
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.260-273
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    • 2007
  • Purpose: This study was performed to understand the perceived importance and performance frequencies of nursing interventions and identify the core and major interventions in oncology units. Methods: Questionnaires using 151 nursing interventions were given to 45 nurses. The performance frequency was measured through the database of the nursing process recording system for 1 year. Results: The perceived importance of the nursing interventions averaged out to be 3.5 among 4 and on average 36.5 times of nursing interventions were performed on each patient. Fifteen core nursing interventions including 'pain management' were identified and they made up 82.7% of the entire performance frequency rate. And 26 interventions including 'drug administration: Amphotericin-B' were identified as major nursing interventions and occupied 10.6% of the entire performance frequency rate. Conclusion: Since the core and the major nursing interventions were identified and these occupied 93.3% of the all nursing interventions, these results can be utilized as baseline data for establishing the guidelines and standards of nursing interventions and providing systematic education for oncology nurses in Korea.

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A Study on Nursing Diagnoses and Nursing Intervention Classification -focused on Home Health Care Clients- (간호진단과 중재분류에 관한 조사연구 -가정 간호 대상자를 중심으로-)

  • 김조자;최애규;김기란;송희영
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing
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    • v.29 no.1
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    • pp.72-83
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    • 1999
  • The purpose of this study was to classify, from collected home health care records data, nursing diagnoses according to the NANDA system and nursing interventions according to the NIC system, and to link nursing interventions to nursing diagnoses. For this study, 101 home health care records of clients seen between September, 1994 and November, 1996 at Yonsei Medical Center, Seoul, were analyzed. The results of this study are summarized as follows : 1. The most frequent nursing diagnoses were ‘Risk for infection’ and ‘Altered nutrition : Less than body requirements’, then ‘Impaired skin intergrity’ and ‘Ineffective airway clearance’ in the Exchange pattern of NANDA nine human response patterns. 2. The most frequent nursing interventions were the interventions in the Physiological : Complex domain, there were 690(50.7%) interventions among a total 1347 interventions. This results corresponds to Yom, Young Hee(1995)’s research, both Korean and U.S. nurses used the interventions in the Physiological : Complex do main most often on a daily basis. And respiratory nursing interventions were most frequent because 32.7% of the subjects were respiratory patients. 3. The next step was to link the nursing interventions to nursing diagnoses. The most frequent nursing diagnosis was ‘Risk for infection’ and 19 interventions for ‘Risk for infection’ were used 267 times. Then 14 interventions for ‘Impaired skin integrity’ were used 258 times, 12 interventions for ‘Ineffrective airway clearance’ were used 193 times, 12 interventions for ‘Altered nutrition : Less than body requirements’ were used 122 times, 10 interventions for ‘Activity intolerance’ were used 75 times, and 11 interventions for ‘Knowledge deficit’ were used 52 times. 4. The use of standardized classification in the areas of nursing diagnoses and nursing interventions facilitates clinical decision making and prompt nursing activity, and so enhances the effectiveness of nursing care.

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Analysis of the Nursing Interventions performed by orthopedic surgery care unit using NIC (NIC 간호중재 분류체계를 이용한 간호중재분석;정형외과 간호단위를 중심으로)

  • Kwon, Mi-Suk;Park, Kyung-Sook
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
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    • v.8 no.4
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    • pp.655-667
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    • 2002
  • Purpose : This study analysis of nursing interventions and core nursing interventions performed orthopedic surgery care unit. Method : The data were collected from 55 nurses of 4 general hospital from July. 10, 2002 to Aug. 30, 2002. The instrument for this study was the Korean translation of 486 nursing intervention classifications developed by McColskey & Bulechek in 2000. In the 486 nursing interventions 350 nursing interventions were selected 8 among the 10 more than 5 years working group in orthopedic surgery care unit. Self frequency checking performed by 350 nursing interventions were used secondary questionnaire In the orthopedic surgery care unit nurses. Results : 1. The most frequently used nursing interventions domains were "Physiological : basic" and then "Physiological: complex", "Health system" "Behavior", "Family", "Safety". 2. Orthopedic surgery care unit core nursing interventions were performed several times a day by 50% or more of orthopedic surgery care unit and this result were 4 of domain, 11 of class, 26 core nursing interventions. This core nursing interventions were 5 of "Physiological : basic", 17 of "Physiological: complex", 1 of "Safety", 3 of "Health system" and have no "Behavior", "Family". Conclusion : This study analyzed nursing intervention of orthopedics and reestablished nursing intervention concept and I hope this study will be helpful for the nurse to be a professional by applying this to actual clinic, for development in qualified nursing and for establishment nursing information system.

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A Survey of the Nursing Interventions Performed by Pediatric Care Unit Nurses (국내 아동간호단위 간호중재 분석)

  • Oh Won-Oak
    • Child Health Nursing Research
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    • v.7 no.4
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    • pp.461-473
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    • 2001
  • The purpose of this study was to identify nursing interventions performed by pediatric care unit nurses. For data collection this study used the taxonomy of Nursing Intervention Classification (NIC : 486 nursing intervention) which was modified by McCloskey & Bulecheck(2000). The 419 nursing interventions were selected by panel group, which consist of pediatric clinical experts and nursing scholars. The data were collected 104 nurses of pediatric care unit. There were 158 nursing interventions identified as being used at least monthly 50% or more of the nurses. The 32 nursing interventions were used at least daily, indication a set of core interventions unique to pediatric care unit practice. The most frequently used nursing interventions were 'Medication administration: intravenous' & 'Medication administration: oral'. The 27 nursing interventions were rarely performed by 90% or more of the nurses. The rarely used interventions were 'Ostomy care' & 'Rectal prolaps management'. The domain received the highest mean score was Health System, followed by Physiolocal: complex, Physiolocal: Basic, Safty, Community, Family, Behavior domain. These findings will help in building of a standardized language for the pediatric care units and enhance the quality of nursing care.

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Analysis of the Nursing Interventions performed by neurosurgery unit using NIC (간호중재분류체계(NIC)에 근거한 간호중재 수행분석 - 신경외과 간호단위 간호사를 중심으로 -)

  • Oh, Myung-Seon;Park, Kyung-Sook
    • Korean Journal of Adult Nursing
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    • v.14 no.2
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    • pp.265-275
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    • 2002
  • Pursose: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the selected nursing interventions and to describe the most common nursing interventions used by neurosurgery unit nurses. Method: The data was collected from 65 nurses of 5 general hospitals from Jan. 8, 2001 to Feb. 28, 2001. The instrument for this study was the Korean translation of 486 nursing intervention classifications, developed by MacClosky & Bluecheck in 2000. In the 486 nursing interventions 310 nursing interventions were selected, 8 from among the 10 professional nurses group in the neurosurgery care unit. The 310 nursing interventions were used in a secondary questionnaire. In the secondary questionnaire, all 310 intervention lables and definitions were listed. The data was analysed with SPSS program. Result: The results of this study are as follows. 1. The most frequently used nursing intervention domains were "physiological: complex", "physiological: basic", "Health system", "Behavior", "Safety", "Family". 2. Neurosurgery care unit core nursing interventions were performed several times a day by 50% or more of the Neurosurgery care unit. Neurosurgery core nursing intervention, 5 domain ("physiological: complex", "physiological: basic", "Health system", "Safety", "Behavior"), 16 class, 48 core nursing intervention. The most frequently used Neurosurgery core nursing interventions were Intravenous Therapy, Pressure ulcer prevention, Documentation, Airway suctioning, Medication: intravenous, Pain management, Medication: intramuscular, Shift report, Intravenous insertion, Positioning, Aspiration precaution, Pressure management, Physician support, Pressure ulcer care. 3. Compared with carrier and age of nurses, the more effective nursing interventions were "Family", Compared with the nursing place and the use of nursing interventions of nurses the most effective nursing interventions were "Health system" performed by nurse in university hospital. Conclusion: The purpose of this study was to analysis the nursing intervention performed by neurosurgery unit nurses. This study analyses nursing intervention and core nursing interventions performed by neurosurgery unit nurses. Basis on this study result, neurosurgery nursing interventions will be systematized, and progression of qualitative nursing, data of computerized nusing information system will be utilized.

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Factors Affecting Nursing Interventions for Pain among Nurses in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (신생아중환자실 간호사의 통증간호중재에 영향을 미치는 요인)

  • Kim, Eun-Hee;Choi, Mi-Young
    • Child Health Nursing Research
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    • v.23 no.2
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    • pp.179-189
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    • 2017
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate NICU nurses' nursing interventions for pain and factors affecting nursing interventions for pain. Methods: Participants were 120 NICU nurses from 5 university hospitals located in Daejeon Metropolitan City and Chungcheong Province. The collected data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, independent t-test, one-way ANOVA and Duncan test, Pearson correlation coefficients and multiple regression analysis with SPSS Windows 23.0 IBM program. Results: The factors affecting nursing interventions for pain included knowledge about non-pharmacological nursing interventions for pain and self-efficacy about nursing interventions for pain. These variables explained 28.3% of nursing interventions for pain. Conclusion: The results of this study suggest that it is necessary to develop education programs in which effective nursing interventions for neonatal pain are considered. The programs should be made available to NICU nurses.

Analysis of the Core Nursing Interventions Used in the Medical and Surgical Units in a Tertiary Hospital (내·외과계 입원단위 핵심 간호중재 분석 - 일 종합전문요양기관 중심으로 -)

  • Sung, Young Hee;Shin, Hee Yeon
    • Korean Journal of Adult Nursing
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    • v.18 no.4
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    • pp.632-641
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    • 2006
  • Purpose: The purposes of this study were to analyze the core nursing interventions that are used in the medical and surgical units, and to present the basic data that can be applied in clinical fields. Method: The data was collected from 353 nurses of the medical and surgical units from Jan. 2005 to Dec. 2005, using the database of nursing process record system used at a tertiary hospital. Results: 190 interventions were performed in the medical units, with 21 core nursing interventions. 198 interventions were performed in the surgical units, with 16 core nursing interventions. There were 11 common core nursing interventions. Conclusion: The results revealed that the ratio of physiological interventions and the interventions related to safety were high. The interventions were classified according to one's field of specialization, together with the common interventions were also being performed. According to the changes in the demands of consumers, there was also increases in the performance of 'pain management' and 'fall prevention.' We expect that this study will allow for the performance of standardized interventions, and that it will be helpful in the role of the experienced nurse, and in the approach to the nursing specialty.

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Analysis of Core Interventions of Operating Room using Nursing Intervention Classification (NIC간호중재분류체계를 이용한 수술실 핵심간호중재분석)

  • Lee, Yoon-Young;Park, Kwang-Ok
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
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    • v.8 no.3
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    • pp.361-372
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    • 2002
  • Purpose : The purpose of study was to identify to analysis of core nursing interventions performed by Operating Room nurses. Method : The subjects of the study were arbitrarily selected nurses(n=104) working in Operating Room. The period for data collection was 15 days from July, 15, 2002 to July, 30. 2002. The instrument for study was 486 Nursing Interventions Classification developed by McClosky & Bulechek(2000) and was translated into Korean. In 486 nursing interventions, 57 nursing interventions were selected by more than half of 47 professional nurses group of Operating Room. 57 nursing interventions were used as a secondary questionnaire. In the secondary questionnaire, labels and definitions of all 57 interventions were listed. The collected data were self reported by Operating Room nurses. The data were analysed with SPSS program. Result : In 57 nursing interventions, the 'Behavior' domain was the most frequently used. Core interventions of Operating Room were performed several times a day by more than 50% of Operating Room nurses. Core interventions of Operating Room were 16 Core interventions, 7 classes, 5 domains. In the core interventions, the 'Physiological:Complex' domain was the most frequently used. Core interventions of Operating Room were Surgical Preperation, Infection Control:Intraoperative, Surgical Precautions, Fall Prevention, Documentation, Surgical Assistance, Environmental Management:Safety, Skin Surveillance, Physical Restraint, Pressure Ulcer Prevention, Environmental Management:Comfort, Infection Protection, Presence, Emotional Support, Specimen Management, Shift Report. Conclusion : Core interventions of Operating Room have implications for nursing care practice, nursing education, nursing research, and nursing information system in Operating Room.

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Comparison of Importance and Performance of Nursing Interventions linked to Nursing Diagnoses in Cerebrovascular Disorder Patients (뇌혈관질환 환자의 간호진단과 연계된 간호중재의 중요도와 수행도 분석)

  • Kim, Young-Ae;Park, Sang-Youn;Lee, Eun-Joo
    • Korean Journal of Adult Nursing
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.296-310
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    • 2008
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare the importance and performance of nursing interventions linked to five nursing diagnoses in CVA patients. Methods: First, total 37 nursing diagnoses were identified from the analysis of 78 nursing records of CVA patients, and then top 5 diagnoses were mapped with nursing interventions. Second, each intervention was compared in terms of importance and performance by 80 nurses working at neurosurgical units from 5 general hospitals. Data were analyzed using mean, SD, and t-test using the SPSS program. Results: Selected the top five nursing diagnoses were Acute Pain, Risk for Disuse Syndrome, Decreased Intracranial Adaptive Capacity, Ineffective Cerebral Tissue Perfusion and Acute Confusion. In general, most of the interventions were scored higher in importance than performance and most of independent interventions were not performed as frequently as it perceived in importance. The interventions which scored high in performance were the interventions ordered by physician or interventions related to medication behavior. Conclusion: We identified which nursing interventions should be performed more frequently and more critically important to nursing diagnoses. We recommend further research that enhances the performance of nursing interventions to provide better quality of nursing services to the patients in practice.

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A Survey of the Nursing Interventions Performed by Neonatal Nursing Unit Nurses Using the NIC (신생아 간호단위 간호중재 분석 - 3차 개정 Nursing Intervention Classification(NIC)을 적용하여 -)

  • Oh Won-Oak;Suk Min-Hyun;Yoon Young-Mi
    • Child Health Nursing Research
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    • v.7 no.2
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    • pp.161-178
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    • 2001
  • The purpose of this study was to identify nursing interventions performed by neonatal nursing unit nurses. For data collection this study used the taxonomy of Nursing Intervention Classification(NIC : 486 nursing intervention) which was modified by McCloskey & Bulecheck(2000). The new 58 nursing interventions was translated into Korean, and then modified by pannel group, which consist of clinical experts and nursing scholars and finally the 419 nursing interventions was selected. The data were collected from 112 nurses. 168 nursing interventions were performed at least monthly by 50% or more of the nurses. The high frequency of performed nursing interventions were Family domain. 37 nursing interventions were performed at least once a day. The nursing interventions receiving the highest item mean score were neonatal care, neonatal monitoring, photo-therapy; neonate, bottle feeding and temperature regulation. 56 nursing interventions were rarely performed by 90% or more of the nurses. Most of them were in the behavioral domain. The rarely used interventions were urinary bladder training, art therapy, religious addiction prevention, religious ritual enhancement and bladder irrigation. Therefore, neonatal nursing units nurses used interventions in the Physiological: basic domain most often on a daily basis and the interventions in the behavioral domain least often. These findings will help in building of a standardized language for the neonatal nursing units and enhance the quality of nursing care. Further study will be needed to classify each intervention class and nursing activity and validate NIC in pediatric care unit.

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