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3 JNE 2019, 7(5): 31-37 Back to browse issues page
Clinical Audit of Nurses in the Prevention of Ventilator- associated Pneumonia
Mehdi Khanbabayi gol , Abbasali Dorosti , Mehdi Haghdoost , Dara Alvandfar
General and Vascular Surgery Department, Research Center Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran , dara_alvandfartbzmed@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Following the increase in the prevalence of ventilator- associated  pneumonia in the general sectors, the direct effects of nursing interventions on its reduction, as well as the contradictory results of nursing education in different study shifts, aiming at clinical examination of morning shift nurses in non-specialist nursing departments of Imam Reza Hospital Tabriz was done.
Method: In this clinical trial, control group with 60 nurses involved in trauma, neurological and brain surgery, internal lung and thoracic surgery at Imam Reza Hospital in Tabriz during the morning shift in 1397, preventive methods for pneumonia The ventilator was trained to nurses and the nurses' performance was compared with a ventilator- associated  pneumonia prevention checklist one month before and one month after the intervention, using t-test.
Results: Clinical audit process can not affect the overall performance of nurses for prevention of ventilator-associated  pneumonia or any of the effective factors in preventing this infection.
Conclusion: There are many factors involved in improving the quality of nursing care, including the prevention of ventilator associated  pneumonia, the most important of which is the clinical audit, but the lack of attention to the number of nurses in areas with high density Work is facing the cause of the ineffectiveness of educational interventions such as clinical audits and reducing the incidence of ventilator- associated  pneumonia.
Keywords: Nursing education, Ventilator-dependent pneumonia, Clinical audit
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Received: 2018/09/26
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khanbabayi gol M, dorosti A, Haghdoost M, alvandfar D. Clinical Audit of Nurses in the Prevention of Ventilator- associated Pneumonia . 3 JNE. 2019; 7 (5) :31-37
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