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International Journal of Nursing Education and Research
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A Study to assess the Knowledge of Respiratory Care of Intubated Patient among Staff Nurses working in Selected Hospital of Mehsana
Mr. Jitendra Patidar
Lecturer, Joitiba College of Nursing, Bhandu, Tal- Visnagar, Dist- Mehsana (Gujarat)
INTRODUCTION: Respiratory care provides relief to millions of people, who have difficulty breathing or cannot breath on their own due to impaired or non-functioning lungs. Respiratory care is an important part because it helps to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. Oxygen is inspired for use by the tissues, and carbon dioxide (CO2) is exhaled as a waste product. OBJECTIVE: To identify the knowledge regarding respiratory care of intubated patient among the staff nurses working in Hospital. To co-relate the knowledge regarding respiratory care with selected demographic variables. DESIGN: Descriptive survey. PARTICIPATION: 100 staff nurses were selected using Non – probability convenient sampling techniques in selected hospital of mehsana. TOOL: Questionnaire was used to assess the level of knowledge among the staff nurses. X RESULTS: In this study level of knowledge of staff nurses is 1% showing poor, 54% showing average, 45% showing goood.
Assess, knowledge, respiratory care, intubated patient, staff nurses, hospital.
Jitendra Patidar. A Study to assess the Knowledge of Respiratory Care of Intubated Patient among Staff Nurses working in Selected Hospital of Mehsana. Int. J. Nur. Edu. and Research. 2019; 7(2):181-182.
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