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TAF Prev Med Bull. 2016; 15(2): 159-170


Evaluation of intraoperative nursing care by patient

Semra Eyi, Nevin Kanan, Neriman Akyolcu, Mehmet Levhi Akın, Rengin Acaroğlu.

Abstract
Aim: The purpose of this study was to evaluate intraoperative nursing care by patients and to determine the effects of patient factors in quality of care.
Materials and methods: The Descriptive-Type Study was carried out with a total of 530 patients who underwent operation in The Kasımpaşa Military Hospital between June and December. The data was collected by using “Good Perioperative Nursing Care Scale” and patient identification forms. Percentage, Number, Mann-Whitney U (separate non-parametric t-tests), Kruskal-Wallis (non-parametric one-way analysis of variance) tests were used to analyze the data.
Results: “Good Perioperative Nursing Care Scale” mean scores of patients was ranged 124,79 ± 25,96. It was found statistically significant that patients who are; male (%81.7), single (%56), having social security system, hospitalized before (%31,7), having planned operation (%96.4), arrive early in the morning of operation (%69.8), gave more positive assessments (p

Key words: Intraoperative period; intraoperative care, patient of surgery, nurse; good perioperative nursing care scale.



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