Common Nursing Safety Problems and Nursing Management Strategies of Tumor Inpatients

Sang Nan

Abstract


Objective: This study aims to analyze the relatively common problems of nursing safety of tumor inpatients and to study the effect of implementing nursing safety management. Methods: The data of reference group are selected from patients admitted to hospital before the nursing safety management were fully implemented in the hospital from March 2015 to September 2015. The experimental group data are selected from patients admitted to hospital after the nursing safety management were fully implemented in the hospital from October 2015 to March 2016. The total number of nursing adverse events, the total rate of nursing disputes and the total satisfaction rate of nursing management of two group of tumor inpatients were calculated. Results: The total nursing adverse events of tumor inpatients in the experimental group were significantly different with the calculated values of the tumor inpatients in the reference group (p<0.05 data comparative statistics). Similarly, the satisfactory total rate of nursing management for tumor inpatients in experimental group were also significantly different with the calculated value of the tumor inpatients in the reference group (p<0.05 data comparative statistics). Conclusion: The findings suggest that nursing safety management to tumor inpatients should be highlighted as such program maybe useful to address the nursing safety problems in the hospitalized patients with tumor.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26689/jcnr.v2i2.322

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