Effectiveness of computer assisted teaching on happy hypoxemia of COVID-19 among client attending OPD in UPHC
Dr. G Bhuvaneswari, S Bhuvaneshwari, M Bhuvaneshwari3 and Bindya Sophie
Happy hypoxemia is referred where the body has oxygen saturation below 90%, but the patients with silent hypoxia often have other symptoms such as fever or cough. The-disconnect between the severity of hypoxemia and the relatively mild respiratory discomfort reported by the COVID-19 patient’s contrasts with the experience of physicians usually treating critically ill patients with respiratory failure. The aim of the study was to evaluate the level of happy hypoxemia of COVID-19 among client attending OPD in UPHC, Porur.
Materials and Methods: Experimental study was carried out with 30 samples that met the inclusion criteria were selected using simple random sampling technique. Structured Questionnaire was used to collect the data among participant which contains demographic variables, pre-test level of knowledge on COVID-19 and happy hypoxemia and followed by computer assisted teaching post-test knowledge was assessed 7 days after the administration of happy hypoxemia video.
Result: The finding of the study reveals that there is no statistically significant association occurs with the post-test level of knowledge on happy hypoxemia of COVID-19 among client attending OPD in UPHC, Porur.
Conclusion: Findings of the present study concluded that, the computer assisted teaching on happy hypoxia among rural people is most effective, in improving the knowledge and prevalence of happy hypoxia among COVID-19. This computer assisted teaching helps to diminish the complications and minimize the length of happy hypoxemia.
Dr. G Bhuvaneswari, S Bhuvaneshwari, M Bhuvaneshwari3, Bindya Sophie. Effectiveness of computer assisted teaching on happy hypoxemia of COVID-19 among client attending OPD in UPHC. Int J Adv Res Nurs 2021;4(2):226-228. DOI: 10.33545/nursing.2021.v4.i2d.209