• Title/Summary/Keyword: 중환자실 간호사 중환자 간호실무표준

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ICU Nurses'Noncompliance of Critical Care Nursing Standards (중환자실 간호사의 중환자 간호실무표준 불이행에 대한 조사)

  • Kwon, Soon-Jung;Yi, Young-Hee
    • Journal of Korean Critical Care Nursing
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    • v.2 no.1
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    • pp.36-47
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    • 2009
  • Purpose: This study was to determine ICU nurses noncompliance of critical care nursing standards in order to provide basic data for education aimed at improvement in practice and evaluation of quality of nursing care in ICU. Methods: Data was collected from 150 nurses who work for three educational hospitals which have more than 800 beds and located in Gyeonggi province using questionnaires from September 2007 to October 2007. Results: The highest categories of noncompliance of critical care nursing standards were admission care($2.71\pm.60$) and infection control($2.31\pm.70$). The main causes of noncompliance critical care nursing standards that nurses regarded as causes were lack of attention(80.7%). ICU nurses mainly reported their noncompliance to charge nurses(89.3%) within 30minutes (84.7%). The reasons they reported were to solve problems rapidly and correctly, to reduce a harm to patients, and to prevent making noncompliance again. The reasons they didn't report were that they thought it might be not a problem and there was no change of patients conditions. Conclusion: ICU nurses noncompliance of critical care nursing standards was determined, therefore it can be used for prevention of further noncompliance.

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ICU Nurses' Compliance with Standards for Critical Care Nursing Practice (중환자실 간호사의 중환자간호 실무표준 이행에 대한 조사)

  • Yi, Young-Hee;Jung, Yoen-Yi;Kim, Mi-Soon;Kim, Soon-Hee
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.478-486
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    • 2010
  • Purpose: To explore nurses' compliance with standards for critical care nursing practice in intensive care units (ICUs) and to provide basic data for high quality of critical care nursing. Method: A total of 616 participants from 61 ICUs which are graded from 1 to 7 throughout the nation were surveyed. Data were collected from February 9 to February 27, 2009 using a questionnaire consisting of 58 questions including 50 nursing activities as indicators. Results: The rate of ICU nurses' compliance with standards for critical care nursing practice was high. As for individual standards, compliance with the standard of assessment was the highest, followed by implementation, diagnosis, and planning in that order. There were differences in compliance according to nurses' ICU experience, work place (unit), and ICU grade. A shortage of manpower was considered as a main cause for noncompliance. Conclusion: The present compliance rate with standards for critical care nursing practice by ICU nurses was identified. Therefore, compliance rate can be used to promote quality of critical care nursing and development of educational programs for ICU nurses.