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May 9, 2019

9th European Operating Room Nurses Association Congress 2019

Investıgatıon of the early improved applıcatıons in the surgıcal patıents in eras framework

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ERAS Protocols

Surgical Nursing

After Surgery

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ERAS Protocols

Surgical Nursing

After Surgery

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Aim:The aim of this study is to examine the accelerating applications of healing in surgical patients within the framework of the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery protocol. Material and Methods:The study was carried out between June and July 2018 with 45 people (using G power sampling, α = 0,05 and power = 0,80) who underwent general anesthesia at the General Surgery and Cardiovascular Surgery Departments. It was collected by the researchers using a 25-item data collection form prepared in accordance with the literature. The data were evaluated with basic statistical analyzes. Results:59,60% of the patients were men, 44,7% were junior high school graduates, 72,3% have chronic disease, 59,6% use drugs continuously and average age is 62,85 ± 13,07. It was found that 74,5% of the patients who were taken into the research had previous experience with surgery, 78,7% of them had general surgery at current administration. It was determined that the mean duration of the operations was 119.26 ± 55.36 minutes and 2.49 ± 2.33 days in hospital before the operation. When we look at the postoperative results, 38.3% of the patients experienced some pain and 36.2% had nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory analgesics. 38.3% of the patients had nasogastric tube, 68.1% had foley catheter, and 17% of them were removed on the second postoperative day. Nausea was reported in 66% of patients and vomiting in 25.5%. In order to prevent this situation, 40.4% of the patients were using motility stimulant while 55.3% of the patients were not given any medication. 29.8% of the patients had oral intake in the first eight hours, 46.8% had mobilized within the first eight hours, 44.7% had gas within the first 24 hours and 17% had gaita has been out. Conclusion: Application and removal of nasogastric tube and foley catheter and early mobilization are compatible with ERAS protocols.

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