The effectiveness of the self-efficacy nursing program on self-efficacy and success weaning ventilator of surgery patient
This research is the quasi experimental, two group pretest-posttest design. The purpose was to study the effect of the self-efficacy nursing program on self-efficacy and success weaning ventilator of surgery patient. Twenty patients who were planning to use mechanical ventilation intra surgery and after surgery admitted in the surgical intensive care unit were selected by purposive sampling with the first 10patients being in the control group that received normal nursing care and the latter 10 patients being the experimental group that receiving a self-efficacy promotion program.
The instrument consisted a program which was a program to promote self-efficacy of surgical patients based on Bandura theory, manual for weaning of ventilators for surgical patients with the video "Leave to friends”, general information record and health data of patients, the self-efficacy assessment form for weaning with a ventilator. Data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, Wilcoxon signed ranks test and Mann-Whitney test. The results showed that
- Surgical patients who received mechanical ventilation after receiving a self-efficacy promotion program had a higher level of self-efficacy before receiving the program significantly (p = 005)
- Surgical patients receiving ventilator that received a self-efficacy promotion program and groups that received normal nursing care.There was no difference in success weaning mechanical ventilation.
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