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상처간호사를 대상으로 한 욕창 분류 체계 도구 평가

Other Titles
 Inter-rater Reliability of the Pressure Ulcer Classification System 
Authors
 이윤진  ;  김정윤  ;  이태화 
Citation
 Journal of Korean Wound Management Society (대한창상학회지), Vol.7(2) : 75-80, 2011 
Journal Title
 Journal of Korean Wound Management Society  (대한창상학회지) 
ISSN
 17388597 
Issue Date
2011
Abstract
The European and National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel classification system has been using since 2009. Pressure ulcer classification is an essential tool for assessing ulcers. Many classification systems are described in the literature. There are only a limited number of studies that evaluate the interrater reliability of the European and National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel classification. The purpose of this research is to examine the inter-rater reliability of the European and National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel classification system when using photographs of pressure ulcers and incontinence lesions. This study was taken 26 wound care nurses by e-mail. The study consisted of two phases. In the first phage, 21 photos of 78 photographs were selected. These pictures agreed above 83% with pressure ulcer research panels. In the second phase, the validated 21 photographs consisted of blanchable erythema, pressure ulcer (six stages) and incontinence lesion with information. The multirater-Kappa for the 26 participating wound care nurses was 0.81 (P<0.001). The interrater reliability appears to be good for the assessment of photographs in visual differential diagnostic tool by wound care nurses. The visual differential diagnostic tool with photographs might be useful to evaluate clinical nurses' knowledge about pressure ulcers and continence lesion
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https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/95302
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1. Journal Papers (연구논문) > 3. College of Nursing (간호대학) > Dept. of Nursing (간호학과)
Yonsei Authors
이태화(Lee, Tae Wha)
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