GAMBARAN PERSIAPAN DAN PEMBERIAN OBAT INTRAVENA OLEH PERAWAT BANGSAL DI SEBUAH RUMAH SAKIT DI JAWA TENGAH

Rohman , Muhammad Fathur and Nurmalia, Devi (2019) GAMBARAN PERSIAPAN DAN PEMBERIAN OBAT INTRAVENA OLEH PERAWAT BANGSAL DI SEBUAH RUMAH SAKIT DI JAWA TENGAH. Undergraduate thesis, University Diponegoro.

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Abstract

ABSTRACT Muhammad Fathur Rohman Description of intravenous drug preparation and administration by ward nurses in a hospital in Central Java xxviii + 56 Pages + 9 Tables + 2 Pictures + 6 Attachments Errors in drug administration were ranked first (24.8%) out of the top 10 reported incidents in hospitals. This study aimed to describe the preparation and administration of intravenous drugs by ward nurses in a hospital in Central Java. The sample of this research contains of 62 ward nurses is who were selected with accidental sampling. To collect the data this study from “Infection Control Surveyor Worksheet” from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Data were analyzed in frequency distribution with percentages in table form. Results of the characteristics of respondents showed 46 (74.20%) nurses were women, the level of education pursued by 41 nurses is an associate's degree, as many as 43 nurses have ≥ 3 years working time, and 42 nurses have attended training or socialization about injection safety. The results of this study showed 62 nurses performed intravenous drug preparation and administration procedures in imperfect categories, nurses did not change gloves when giving intravenous administration 62 (100%) nurses, did recapping 62 (100%) nurses, and did not wash hands before contact with patients 52 (83.87%) nurses. The conclusion of this study is that all nurses are less than perfect in preparing and administering intravenous drugs. It is expected that nurses can increase awareness of the importance of maintaining patient safety in intravenous drug administration. Keywords: drug preparation and drug administration, intravenous, ward nurses References: 57 (1995-2019)

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RZ Other systems of medicine
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nursing
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nursing
ID Code:74427
Deposited By:Mr Bekti Iskandar
Deposited On:13 Nov 2019 10:09
Last Modified:13 Nov 2019 10:09

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