Nursing Care System Development for Sepsis and Septic Shock Patients

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Abstract

Sepsis and septic shock patients have a chance to shock and death. Then, this research and development had aims to develop nursing care system of sepsis and septic shock and study outcome of nursing care system of sepsis and septic shock in Buddhachinaraj Phitsanulok Hospital between february to September 2019. Process of development have four steps. First, problem analysis and planning. Second, develop nursing care system by provide sepsis clinical nursing practice guideline (CNPG) and primary nursing service system. Third, conduct nursing care system of sepsis and septic shock to implementation. Forth, evaluation outcome of nursing care system of sepsis and septic shock. Analysis data with frequency, percent, mean, standard deviation and chi square test, t-test statistics. The result showed that post development mean of knowledge and competency practice follow CNPG-Sepsis were higher than pre development. Patients get to take hemoculture antibiotics intravenous fluid vasopressor and recovery organ dysfunction pre and post development were different with significant. Thus, administration nurse should take this nursing care system to nursing practice for sepsis and septic shock patients overall hospital to improve patients safety

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Intensive Care Unit Department of Nursing, Buddhachinaraj Phitsanulok Hospital,65000

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Intensive Care Unit Department of Nursing, Buddhachinaraj Phitsanulok Hospital 65000

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