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A Study to assess the effectiveness of Video Assisted Teaching Program on knowledge regarding minimally invasive surfactant therapy among nursing students in selected nursing colleges, Satna


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1 Associate Professor, Vindhya College of Nursing, Satna., India
2 Vice principal, Manoj Jain Memorial College of Nursing, Satna, India
     

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Background: Minimally invasive surfactant therapy (MIST) is a new mode of surfactant administration without intubation to spontaneously breathing preterm infants with respiratory distress syndrome (RDS).1 Use of this therapy is growing in Neonatal Units, as it reduces the intubation rate and the pathology associated with intubation and allows surfactant to be administered to patients in need2 Objective: The present study aimed to assess the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program on knowledge regarding minimally invasive surfactant therapy among nursing students in selected nursing colleges, Satna. Methodology: Pre-experimental, one group pre-test post-test design was adopted for this study. 40 student Nurses studying in selected colleges, Satna were selected by using simple random sampling method for this study. A pre test was conducted by using structured knowledge questionnaire and on the same day the video assisted teaching program regarding minimally invasive surfactant therapy was administered to them. After 7 days, post test was conducted with the same questionnaire for the same group of student nurses to assess the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program. Result: The mean score in the post test is 25.2 and the mean score in the pre test is 8.2. The calculated value of t is 31.8 which is highly significant. The result confirms that the video assisted teaching program was effective significantly in improving the knowledge on minimally invasive surfactant therapy among the student nurses.

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Effectiveness, minimally invasive, surfactant therapy, respiratory distress syndrome, video assisted teaching, student nurses.
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M. R. Sushil
Associate Professor, Vindhya College of Nursing, Satna., India
E. Shanees
Vice principal, Manoj Jain Memorial College of Nursing, Satna, India

Abstract


Background: Minimally invasive surfactant therapy (MIST) is a new mode of surfactant administration without intubation to spontaneously breathing preterm infants with respiratory distress syndrome (RDS).1 Use of this therapy is growing in Neonatal Units, as it reduces the intubation rate and the pathology associated with intubation and allows surfactant to be administered to patients in need2 Objective: The present study aimed to assess the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program on knowledge regarding minimally invasive surfactant therapy among nursing students in selected nursing colleges, Satna. Methodology: Pre-experimental, one group pre-test post-test design was adopted for this study. 40 student Nurses studying in selected colleges, Satna were selected by using simple random sampling method for this study. A pre test was conducted by using structured knowledge questionnaire and on the same day the video assisted teaching program regarding minimally invasive surfactant therapy was administered to them. After 7 days, post test was conducted with the same questionnaire for the same group of student nurses to assess the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program. Result: The mean score in the post test is 25.2 and the mean score in the pre test is 8.2. The calculated value of t is 31.8 which is highly significant. The result confirms that the video assisted teaching program was effective significantly in improving the knowledge on minimally invasive surfactant therapy among the student nurses.

Keywords


Effectiveness, minimally invasive, surfactant therapy, respiratory distress syndrome, video assisted teaching, student nurses.

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