Journal of Nursing

The Application of Nursing Risk Management in Infectious Wards

Wantao Lao

Abstract


Objective: to improve the quality of management, infection nursing incidence of adverse events. Methods: through the establishment of the risk management group, standardized infection process systems, assessment of the process of implementing links monitoring. Pearson chi-square test the number of nursing risk management before and after testing. Direct and non-direct care of before and after results of risk management risk compared with the Pearson chi-square test. Results: There are significant differences, p < 0.05. Patient satisfaction increased from 92.7% to 98.1%. Conclusions: Nursing care and nurses’ overall quality improvement in the quality of risk management, reduced number of nursing defects. Nurse-patient relationship thawed.


Keywords


Risk management; Infection management; Infection nursing

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/jn.v4i1.46

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