Effect of Nursing Care Standards for Preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis among Patients Undergoing Hip Surgery on Nurses' Performance and Patients' Outcome

  title={Effect of Nursing Care Standards for Preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis among Patients Undergoing Hip Surgery on Nurses' Performance and Patients' Outcome},
  author={Doaa M. El-SayedEad and kamelia Fouad Abd-Allah and Mohamed Osama Hegazi and Sabah S. Mohammed},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Nursing and health Science},
The aim of this study isto evaluate the effect of Nursing care standards (NCSs) for preventing deep vein thrombosis (DVT) among patients undergoing hip surgery on nurses' performance and patients' outcome. [...] Key Method A quasiexperimental Research design was utilized. Setting: This study was conducted in orthopaedic unit and outpatient at Benha university hospital. Subjects: 30nurses who working in orthopaedic unit.Purposive sample of 132 patients were divided into equally study and control groups.Expand
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