Development of Clinical Nursing Practice Guideline for Prevent Complications Alcohol Withdrawal among Patients Admitting in Inpatients Department, Roi-Et Hospital

  • Sudaduang Pattanasan Roi Et Hospital.
  • Maliwan Angkhanit Chaiyaphum Hospital
  • Apinya Wongpiriyayothar Faculty of Nursing Maha Sarakham University.
Keywords: complications preventing, alcohol withdrawal patients, Clinical Nursing Practice Guideline development, Evidence-based practice


Development of clinical nursing practice guidelines for the prevention of complications in patients with alcohol withdrawal Soukup's evidence-based practice model was used, which consisted of four phases: 1) finding clinical issues, 2) investigating empirical evidence, 3) implementing the guideline, and 4) implementing the modified guideline. education agency This nursing practice guideline was developed from 22 research studies that have been assessed for quality, and then synthesized to create a nursing practice guideline, conducted a quality audit by 5 experts and passed the AGREE II guideline quality assessment criteria.

The nursing practice guideline for preventing complications in patients with alcohol withdrawal admitted to the inpatient ward at Roi Et hospital consists of 4 parts: 1) relationship building and patient orientation, screening, initial condition assessment, classification of patients Severity level of alcohol withdrawal, 2) recording of assessment results, screening, reporting to physicians according to SBAR principles, 3) management using the nursing process for urgent care, and 4) planning for distribution. and continuous care coordination.

Recommendation:  Further study should be conducted the effectiveness of the clinical nursing practice guideline for prevent complications alcohol withdrawal among patients on nursing outcomes and use the research finding for improving quality of this nursing guideline.   


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