“A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFCTIVENESS OF VIDEO ASSISTED TEACHING MODULE ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING  COMPLICATIONS OF THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY AMONG STAFF NURSES AT SELECTED HOSPITALS  KANPUR,UTTAR PRADESH”

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  • Rakhi Yadav1, Komal Uttam1, Ranjana Gautam1, Ms. Gunjan Kandpal2 Author

Abstract

The present interventional study was conducted in SPM Hospital & Ursula Hospital, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. The samples were selected by using Non Probability Purposive sampling Technique The sample size was 60 staff nurses SPM Hospital & Ursula Hospital, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. The result of the study showed that the Higher percentage of nursing staff 38 (63.4%) belong to 21-25years. Majority 50(83.4%) are Female. 41(68.4) nursing staff have completed GNM. 18(30%) nursing staff Monthly income is above 20,000. 37(61.60%) nursing staff have General word experiencewhereas19(31.5%) have 4 - 6 years experience in respective wards. 39(65%) nursing staff  have  previous knowledge from which majority 14 (66.60%) nursing staff got information from Books In pre-test, majority 30(50%) nursing staff are having moderate level of knowledge (score range 11-20),24 (40%) nursing staff are having inadequate level of knowledge (score range 1-10), 6 (10%) nursing staff are having adequate knowledge (score range 21-30). In post-test, majority 30(50%) nursing staff are having adequate level of knowledge (score Range 21-30),20(33.34%) nursing staff are having moderate level of knowledge (score range 11-20),10 (17%) nursing staff are having Inadequate knowledge level (score range 1-10). The mean and standard deviation of pre-test and post-test of knowledge among staff nurses is 12.45 4.49 and 17.81 53.3 The obtanied t value is at <0.05 level of significance.

Key Words: Thrombolytic therapy, Video-assisted teaching module, Staff nurses.

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2024-01-17

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“A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFCTIVENESS OF VIDEO ASSISTED TEACHING MODULE ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING  COMPLICATIONS OF THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY AMONG STAFF NURSES AT SELECTED HOSPITALS  KANPUR,UTTAR PRADESH”. (2024). Polski Merkuriusz Lekarski, 29(1), 84-90. https://polmerklek.pl/index.php/PML/article/view/160