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International Journal of Surgery Science
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International Journal of Surgery Science
Vol. 5, Issue 4, Part D (2021)

A study to deduce the potency of a structured teaching strategy in preventing pre-administered postoperative complications in patients undergoing abdominal surgery at pre-administered hospitals in the various Hospitals Sawai Madhopur Rajasthan

Author(s): Syed Balig Ahmed
Abstract:
Background: Surgery is a substantial specialty of medicine that involves the ways to accelerate a corporeal system to detect, curb, or relieve an illness. Ambroise pares, a 16th-century French surgeon, asserted that surgery was obtained for five reasons. “To, what is unnecessary, to rebuild what has been ruptured, to differentiate what has been insulated, and to fix the deficiencies of the essence.” To treat injuries and tragedies, the very first clinical methods were introduced. According to the sample registration system, four billion abdominal surgeries, including ostomies, are performed worldwide each year. Each year, 40% of the population in India undergoes abdominal surgery. In Rajasthan, 42% of bowel resections are conducted in private clinics, while 58% of treatments are conducted in government hospitals.
Methods: Traditionally, evaluative exploration has been divided into four broad phases. It was determined that a quantitative- evaluative strategy was reasonable for this exploration. The current study employed a pre-experimental technique (one group pre and post-test design. research was administered at the Riya Hospital and Jeevan Surgical Hospital in the Sawai Madhopur Rajasthan. study's target population was abdominal surgery patients at Riya Hospital Sawai Madhopur as well as Javeen Surgical Hospital Sawai Madhopur. A sample is a collection of observed variables chosen for the study. The specimens were assigned using a non-probabilistic control sampling procedure established on their availability. The study used an Structured Interview Schedule to elicit data on the knowledge of patients undergoing abdominal surgery.
Results: According to the study, 170 (56.7 percent) of patient populations were Hindus, 110 (36.7 percent) were Muslims, 10 (3.3 percent) were Christians and 10 (3.3 percent) were others. The relationship between post-test knowledge scores respecting the deterrence of selected postoperative difficulties and selected demographic variables for patients undergoing abdominal surgery. Using chi-square (X2) analysis, it was determined that there was a significant correlation between education and knowledge considering the deterrence of selected surgical patients between patients receiving abdominal surgery at the p0.01 level. Using chi-square (X2) analysis, it was determined that there was no correlation between age, ethnic background, faith, profession, annual payment, education level, parental education, place of residence, dietary pattern, lifestyle traits, and citation of patient data post-test mean knowledge prevention and management of selected post-operative health problems among patients receiving abdominal surgery at p>0.0.
Conclusion: The research concluded that structured teaching is an effective technique for imparting a progressive to sufficient degree of knowledge about health topics to members of today's society, which places a premium on public health rather than disease treatment.
Pages: 229-235  |  252 Views  107 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Syed Balig Ahmed. A study to deduce the potency of a structured teaching strategy in preventing pre-administered postoperative complications in patients undergoing abdominal surgery at pre-administered hospitals in the various Hospitals Sawai Madhopur Rajasthan. Int J Surg Sci 2021;5(4):229-235. DOI: https://doi.org/10.33545/surgery.2021.v5.i4d.791
International Journal of Surgery Science