Effectiveness of Implementing Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) for Patients with Retinal Disease Receiving Avastin Injection Into The Vitreous in Ophthalmology Otolaryngology Ward, Phrae Hospital

Authors

  • Mali Karapa Phrae Hospital
  • Orapin Manoros Phrae Hospital
  • Junthira Chaisukkoson Phrae Hospital
  • Pensri Punyo Phrae Hospital

Abstract

Background:     Caring for patients with retinal diseases treated with vitreous injections for effective treatment results There were no complications from the injection into the vitreous fluid. The patient must behave properly, have knowledge and understanding of the disease Therefore, treatment and behavior before and after intraocular injection are important. Therefore, a research study was conducted on the effectiveness of implementing Clinical Practice Guidelines for patients with retinal disease receiving Avastin injection into the Vitreous in Ophthalmology Otolaryngology Ward, Phrae Hospital.

Objective:         To compare the difference of pain score, and to compare satisfaction score of implementing Clinical Practice Guidelines for patients with retinal disease receiving Avastin injection into the Vitreous in Ophthalmology Otolaryngology Ward, Phrae Hospital.

Study design:   This research is intervention design. The population studied was patients with retinal disease receiving Avastin injection into the Vitreous in Ophthalmology Otolaryngology Ward, Phrae Hospital. The study was conducted between Sep- tember 2020 to February 2021. A total of 88 patients were divided into 2 groups: 44 who received standard care and 44who received guideline care. The results were analyzed by frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation and comparative analysis with Chi-square and Independent t-test

Results:            Patients using the Clinical Practice Guidelines group had significantly associated with a score of pain from the intravitreal injection of Avastin (p-value=<0.001). The nursing satisfaction scores in all 4 areas were statistically had significant with using the clinical practice guidelines (p-value=<0.001).

Conclusion:      The clinical practice guidelines is appropriate for implementation for patients with retinal disease receiving Avastin injection into the Vitreous in Ophthalmology Otolaryngology Ward, Phrae Hospital.

Keyword:          Effectiveness, Clinical Practice Guidelines, Patients with Retinal Disease, Avastin Injection into The Vitreous

Published

2021-09-03

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