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Clinical Nurses’ Knowledge and Attitudes toward Prevention and Management of Extravasation

Journal of Surgical Infection 2020년 5권 1호 p.1 ~ 7
이윤진, 이은희,
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이윤진 ( Lee Yun-Jin ) - Severance Hospital Department of Nursing
이은희 ( Lee Eun-Hee ) - Severance Hospital Department of Nursing

Abstract


Objectives: This study was to examine nurses’ knowledge and attitudes on extravasation.

Methods: A descriptive study. Convenience sample of 178 nurses in a cancer center at a university hospital participated in the study to evaluate knowledge and attitudes of Extravasation. Data was collected with self-reported questionnaire from March to April 2015, and analyzed using independent t-test by the SPSS 20.0.

Results: The correct answer rate for nurses’ knowledge toward prevention and management of extravasation (KtPME) was 63.48%. The mean score of nurses’ attitude toward prevention and management of extravasation (AtPME) 3.15±0.46 (range: 1-4). There was significant difference between KtPME and ‘education leveli’ (p=0.019) and ‘Frequency of education related to intravenous therapy’ (p=0.006). And difference between AtPME and ‘Participation of extravasation nursing training’ was found significantly (p=0.005).

Conclusion: Results indicate that nurses have a medium level of understa nding of KtPME, and higher level of AtPME than KtPME. To identify the influ ence of extravasation knowledge through the education program in hospitals, further research for long term effect is needed. In addition, a research is needed to identify how the knowledge of extravasation management gained from this program influence clinical outcomes regarding extravasation incidence rate, severity of affected tissue injuries.

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Knowledge; Attitude; Nurse; Extravasation

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