Polit and hungler 1999 book

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polit and hungler 1999 book

Nursing Research: Principles and Methods, 6th edition by Denise F. Polit

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Polit Denise F and Hungler Bernadette P

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Polit, D. Abbas 1 ,. Objective s : The study aims are to check the nursing intervention practices by nurses for management dyspnea for patients in emergency units and to find out the relationship between the nursing intervention and the demographic characteristics that includes age, gender, level of education, years of experience, and training session. Methodology: Quantitative design a descriptive study. To achieve aims the study, a non-probability purposive samples of 50 a nurse who was consisted of all nurses who provide emergency nursing care for patients which has a dyspnea and according to special criteria. The Data were collected by check list observation as a means of data collection. Nurses were observed while they are working at the emergency unit during three time periods divided by the 24 hours.

Scientific Research An Academic Publisher. Polit, D. Our study objective was to evaluate the pharmacist interventions in providing patient home care. A double-blinded randomized study design was considered but was not feasible as the investigator was responsible for implementing the intervention and collecting data on outcomes. Hence the sample size for the proposed study was subjects with 53 subjects in each group. All analyses were done using SPSS version 18?.

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