Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice - 2012;25(03)

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

JULY 30, 2012

[Impact of post hip-replacement motor functions on the patient’s subjective state of health and perception of surgical success]

KIRÁLY Edit, GONDOS Tibor

[Research aim: The authors analyse the extent to which the change in motor function infl uences the patients’ sense of illness fi ve years after the implantation of an artifi cial hip replacement. Methodology and sample: The retrospective follow-up survey was conducted in the Jávorszky Ödön Hospital in Vác through analysis of the electronic patient database and the returned questionnaires. A total of 109 patients who had received artifi cial hip replacements were included in the survey. The... tovább »

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

JULY 30, 2012

[The nursing aspects of the use of Point of Care Testing laboratory diagnostics]

BERNHARDT Szilvia

[Aim of the study: The author’s aim was to present the Point of Care Testing (POCT) laboratory diagnostic methods used during the treatment of emergency cases, on the basis of feedback from paramedical professionals. The survey also investigated the opportunities using the procedure more widely, in keeping with the specifi c professional requirements of the various departments. Methodology and sample: The data was gathered in Budapest, at various departments of the Hungarian National Defence... tovább »

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

JULY 30, 2012

[Intention to leave the profession among health care workers in Csongrád County]

NÉMETH Anikó, IRINYI Tamás

[Aims of the study: The study assessed the intent to leave the profession among health care providers in Csongrád County and investigated on which fi eld and country they intend to work; its connection with burn-out and psychosomatic symptoms has also been analyzed. Methodology and sample: This is a cross-sectional study carried out through a self-designed self-report questionnaire sent to registered members of MESZK living in Csongrád County. Results: Bad psychosomatic status correlates with... tovább »

Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

JULY 30, 2012

[Comparison of the cost-effectiveness of vacuum assisted closure, as an innovative procedure, and traditional wound treatment, in the light of quality aspects]

LAKATOSNÉ PRIPKÓ Judit

[Recent decades have seen expansion in the literature and fi ndings related to the healing of wounds, and many new options for promoting wound healing have become available. The innovative wound treatment procedure known as vacuum assisted closure can be used for a wide range of indications, and can ensure the optimal conditions for the start of the wound healing processes. The study reveals the cost implications of negative pressure therapy through a study of the treatment of two patients, and... tovább »