Setana Abdalgader Shaikaldeen and Eman Ahmed Saad Mohmed*
Pediatric Nursing, Sudan International University Khartoum, Sudan
*Corresponding Author:Eman Ahmed Saad Mohmed, Pediatric Nursing, Sudan International University Khartoum, Sudan.
Received: January 19, 2022; Published: June 13, 2022
Background: A variety of gastrointestinal etiologies may necessitate the creation of a fecal diversion. Teaching the patient how to coping with colostomy can be a challenging experience for the nurse. The patient with a stormy needs encouragement, support and counseling.
Objective: This study aims to assess nurse's knowledge about care of colostomy.
Method: The research design was a descriptive cross-sectional study. The sample consisted of (5) nurses working in paediatric and general surgical word.
Data was collected by self-administered questionnaire and analyzed by SPSS program.
Results: Results interpret the pad knowledge of participants regarding to questions except their knowledge about indication, complication and teaching.
Conclusion: This study revealed that the level of participant's knowledge regarding colostomy care was (72%) according to bloom’s classification for level of knowledge it was in adequate knowledge.
Recommendations: According to study findings researcher recommend the Education program can be introduced to participants to increase their knowledge about new guidelines and protocols if founded and it is important to provide facilities to update information about colostomy care and Motivate the participants and give them a chance to be more qualified to improve quality of nursing care.
Keywords: Assessment; Nurses; Knowledge; Colostomy; Care
Citation: Setana Abdalgader Shaikaldeen and Eman Ahmed Saad Mohmed. “Assessment of Nurses, Knowledge Regarding Colostomy Care INPOLIC Hospital Sudan March-2018”. Acta Scientific Paediatrics 5.7 (2022): 01-05.
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