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留置導尿管 揷入으로 因한 尿感炎에 關한 硏究
- 留置導尿管 揷入으로 因한 尿感炎에 關한 硏究
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- A STUDY ON FOLEY CATHETER-ASSOCIATED BACTERIURIA
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- 대학원 간호학과
- 이화여자대학교 대학원
- Utilizing Foley catheter in therapy of inpatient cause bacteriuria and urinary tract infection that leads to first ranked factor's in hospital infection (nosocomial infection) To protect the patient from such infections, emphasis should be placed on catheterization technique and management of the closed drainage system this reducing the chances of introducing organisms.
This study has been done at Inter give Care Unit, of A and B hospitals from May-Oct. 1978 on 20 male and 18 female adult patient. Each patient was screened and found to have nonbacteriuria in clean catch specimen before catheterization. Clean catch specimen via foley catheter were obtained after 48 hours and 96 hours from catheterization.
The findings are as follows.
A. The occurrence of bacteriuria in patients according to duration of indwelling catheter,
1. 28.9% of the patient showed evidence of bacteriuria 4.8h post catheterization specimen, while 57.9% of the patient showed evidence of bacteriuria 96h post catheterization specimen.
2. 25% of male patients had infection 48h post catheterization and 45% displayed bacteriuria post catheterization. 33% of female patients displayed infection 48h post catheterization, and 72.2% having infection 96h post catheterization. Statistically there were significant differences between female patients and the duration of insertion. (P<0.025)
B. The occurrence of bacteriuria with the administration of bacteriuria with the administration of antibiotic in 24 patients was in 41.7% The occurrence of bacteriuria without the administration of antibiotic in 14 patients was in 92.3% Statistically there were very significant difference between the administration of the antibiotis and bacteriuria (P
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