Pitfalls of Nursing Care in Head Injury Patients with Increased Intracranial Pressure

Authors

  • Monruedee Sanchan Srimahasarakham Nursing College, Faculty of Nursing, Praboromrajchanok Institute
  • Suwakhon Thongdornbom Srimahasarakham Nursing College, Faculty of Nursing, Praboromrajchanok Institute

Keywords:

Pitfalls, Nursing, Head Injury, Increased intracranial pressure

Abstract

                Wearing a fabric hygienic or cloth mask can be used to prevent the spread of the coronavirus 2019 in situations where surgical masks are scarce. This descriptive research aimed to study the factors related to cloth mask utilization behavior in COVID-19 prevention of peoples in Pathumthani Province. The study samples consisted of 315 people. Data were collected using 3 questionnaires; the demographic data record form, cloth mask behavior, and Cognitive-Perceptual factors of Pender’s health promotion model (HPM); perceived benefit, perceived barriers, self-efficacy, interpersonal influence, and situational influence. The content validity test was at 1.00, and the reliability test was conducted using Cronbach’s alpha coefficient at .80 and .85. Statistics used for data analysis consisted of Spearman’s s Correlation and Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation coefficient.

               The study results showed that education level and cognitive-perceptual factors including perceived benefit and situational influence were statistically significant related to cloth mask utilization behavior (r = -.157, .366 and .216 consecutively).

                The study results should be used as a guideline to promote the perception of benefits and the correct information of situation for cloth masks using to prevent infection.

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Published

2021-08-31

How to Cite

Sanchan ม., & Thongdornbom ส. . (2021). Pitfalls of Nursing Care in Head Injury Patients with Increased Intracranial Pressure. Journal of Public Health Nursing, 35(2), 139–153. Retrieved from https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/phn/article/view/249704

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Academic Articles