The development of a clinical nursing practice guideline for prevention catheter associated urinary tract Infection in female orthopedic ward, Udonthani hospital

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Amornrat Akkarasetsakul
Jaruporn Chawongsa
Juraporn Sritho
Auncharee Thinsorn

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This research and development study aims to develop a nursing practice guideline for the prevention of urinary tract infections associated with urinary catheterization. Female orthopedic ward Udonthani hospital and to study the satisfaction of professional nurses who use the guideline. The sample consisted of nurses working in the female orthopedic ward. Udonthani hospital, 10 people were used for trial and data collection. Fifteen patients undergoing urinary catheterization using the AGREE II clinical quality assessment questionnaire. The results showed that all the subjects were female and graduated with a bachelor's degree. The average age was 35 years, with 23-30 years of age (44.4 %). The period of operation was between 5-9 years (44.4%) of each category found that the highest score on stakeholder participation (gif.latex?\bar{x}  = 6.1, S.D. = 1.0) was assessed. Possible in applying CNPG, it was found that the CNPG development group consisted of personnel from all relevant professional groups has the highest ( gif.latex?\bar{x} = 6.2, S.D. = 0.9). Satisfaction is at a high level with value ( gif.latex?\bar{x}  = 4.1, S.D. = 0.8). the research results, it can lead to the development of nursing practice guidelines in the organization's work.

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Akkarasetsakul A, Chawongsa J, Sritho J, Thinsorn A. The development of a clinical nursing practice guideline for prevention catheter associated urinary tract Infection in female orthopedic ward, Udonthani hospital. JMPH4 [Internet]. 2024 Jun. 11 [cited 2024 Jul. 17];14(2):96-104. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JMPH4/article/view/263223
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