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Comparison of procedure time among types of endotracheal suctioning methods preparing for disaster situations

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Title: Comparison of procedure time among types of endotracheal suctioning methods preparing for disaster situations
Other Titles: 災害時に備えた様々なタイプの気管内吸引法における操作時間の比較
Authors: Colley, Noriyo Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Keywords: procedure change
procedure time
emergency management
staff education
pedagogical evaluation
Issue Date: Nov-2017
Publisher: 日本医工学治療学会
Journal Title: 医工学治療
Volume: 29
Issue: 3
Start Page: 135
End Page: 141
Abstract: [Introduction] : In disaster, the types of endotracheal suctioning methods available vary depending on the situation. Therefore, the aim of this prospective research is to measure the prolongation of procedure time by commodity/tool change. [Methods] : Expert nurse group and nursing student group were participated. The participants conducted five open suctioning systems and closed suctioning system twice to measure the influence of commodity changes on the procedure time. [Results] : The procedure time was not prolonged by the change of commodity among five open suctioning systems. [Conclusions] : All nurses may be capable of functioning with limited medical resources without prolonging their usual procedure time. The result also implied that the procedure time could be used to measure the level of skill acquisition as well as to measure the possibility of simplifying some procedures. Further research is required to identify skill-facilitating factors and obstacles using procedure time as evaluation criteria to prepare for disaster situations.
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