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|Title:||Gaps in Knowledge and Awareness Related to Equipment Safety Among Nursing Personnel Working in Pediatric and Neonatal Medical- Surgical Icus at Tertiary Care Hospital|
|Publisher:||Chitkara University Publications|
|Abstract:||Equipments are the essential part of any pediatric or neonatal ICU required for monitoring and care to children and neonates during the ICU stay. The present study was conducted to identify gaps in knowledge and awareness related to equipment safety among nursing personnel working in pediatric and neonatal medical-surgical ICUs in a tertiary care hospital. Sixty one nursing personnel working in pediatric and neonatal ICUs were enrolled using universal sampling technique. A structured pretested and validated tool containing knowledge and awareness questionnaire was used to collect the data (α = 0.82).|
|Appears in Collections:||JMRH Volume 2 Number 2 (April - 2016)|
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