Nurses' Roles towards Patient undergoing Cardiac Catheterization at Al- Najaf Governorate: Patient Perspective
AbstractThe study objectives to evaluate nurses’ roles toward patient undergoing cardiac catheterization and to find out the relationship between the patient perspective and demographic data (age, gender, level of education, social status, occupation, economic status, and residence). a descriptive cross-sectional design (patient perspective) was carried out through the present study in order to achieve the early stated objectives for period January 4th 2017 to August 6th 2017. The study conducted at AL-Najaf cardiac center, A convenient sample of (100) patients undergoing to cardiac catheterization patients that admitted to cardiac catheterization unites. The data were collected through the use of questionnaire, which consists of two parts, socio-demographic data, and question related to nurses' roles toward patient undergoing cardiac catheterization. The data were described statistically and analyzed though use of the descriptive and inferential statistical analysis procedures. The results of present study indicate that the nurses' roles toward patient undergoing cardiac catheterization was good more than 89% of patient agree with this role. The study confirms that the nurses have a good practice toward patient undergoing cardiac catheterization according to patient perspective. Nurses, who working in cardiac center, should be hired with certain qualification, which are related to the performance of such high quality practices. Special training programs should be designed and constructed for nurses in this area to reinforce their skills and promote their experience. The standards for such practices bill should be created and presented to all ties in which such practices are performed.
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