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International Journal of Advance Research in Nursing
International Journal of Advance Research in Nursing
2020, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part C
A comparative study to assess the efficacy of Peripheral IV line cannula site with or without splint application of Phripheral IV cannula duration

Beautily V and Selva Rani D

Background: Children are the inheritance from god. They should be handled with love and care. Investment in child’s development is an investment in the future of the nation. Peripheral intravenous cannula are the most commonly used intravenous device in hospitalized patients. They are primarily used for therapeutic purposes such as administration of medication, fluids and blood products as well as blood sampling.
Aims: The present study aims to assess the efficacy of peripheral IV cannula site with or without splint application of peripheral of iv cannula duration.
Methods: The research design for the comparative study research with two groups experimental and control group. Obtaining the permission sample by using inclusion criteria 50 among male and female children will be selected by using purposive sampling technique. the data will have collected by using personal information from Whichs include baseline characteristics of children (age, sex, religion, duration of hospitalization, iv cannulation duration, type of family, birth order) the time spend by the investigator for each children was approximately 20 minutes by using paediatric PIV infiltration scale.
Results: The study results shows that the efficacy of peripheral intravenous cannula functional duration among children in the control group (with splint) at P< 0.05 level and other demographic variables had not shown statistically significant association with efficacy of peripheral intravenous cannula functional duration among children in the control group (with splint).
Conclusion: Efficacy of Peripheral intravenous cannula function duration among in the Contol group (with splint). More than prevent to complication in intravenous cannula.
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How to cite this article:
Beautily V, Selva Rani D. A comparative study to assess the efficacy of Peripheral IV line cannula site with or without splint application of Phripheral IV cannula duration. Int J Adv Res Nurs 2020;3(2):192-194.
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