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Abstract

AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PERIPHERAL I/V CANNULA WITH SPLINT IN TERMS OF FUNCTIONAL DURATION AMONG THE CHILDREN BETWEEN 1 – 3 YEARS OF AGE ADMITTED IN SELECTED HOSPITAL OF NEW DELHI

*Deepika Prajapati, M. Jibanlata Devi and Rita P. D.

ABSTRACT

Vascular access is frequently required in hospitalized children for a variety of clinical indications.[2] This requirement may range from short-term or temporary needs to long-term or even permanent access. Therefore, An experimental study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of the functional duration of peripheral I/V cannula among the children between 1-3 years of age admitted in the selected hospital of New Delhi. The objectives of the study were: To assess the peripheral I/V cannula with the splint and without splint in terms of functional duration among the children between 1-3 years of age, To compare the effectiveness of peripheral I/V cannula with the splint and without splint in terms of functional duration of peripheral I/V cannula among the children between 1-3 years of age, To find out the association between the functional duration of peripheral I/V cannula with selected demographic variables of the experimental group, To find out the association between the functional duration of peripheral I/V cannula with selected clinical health data of experimental group. A total of sixty samples were randomly assigned into 2 groups (30 in the experimental group and 30 in the control group). Probability sampling technique (random sampling technique) was used to select the sample. A structured interview schedule was used to collect the demographic characteristics and clinic health data of the sample. Observation record to assess the functional duration of peripheral I/V cannula with VIP score for experimental and control group was tool used for the study. The mean difference post test score of duration of peripheral I/V cannula in experimental group and control group was 0.84. The calculated t value of 2.675 (p=2.000) which was significant at 0.05 level of significance which indicates that the peripheral I/V cannula with splint was more effective than the peripheral I/V cannula without splint among the children between 1- 3years of age admitted in selected hospital of New Delhi. Thus, the finding of the study revealed that the peripheral I/V cannula with splint increases the functional duration of peripheral I/V cannula.

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