International Journal of Research in Medical Surgical Nursing

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EISSN : 2583-3243
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Anand Dixit
International Journal of Research in Medical Surgical Nursing, Volume 4, pp 13-22; https://doi.org/10.46610/ijrmsn.2022.v03i02.002

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Background and objectives: For the most part, people seek medical attention because of discomfort. Cancer pain management is a key nursing intervention that involves expertise in both the art and science of nursing. Patients report increased satisfaction with pain management when it is successful. It was done to "assess the knowledge of staff nurses about management of pain among cancer patients, working in cancer wards at Cancer Hospital, Gwalior (M.P.) with a view to develop an information guide sheet". Method: Using a self-prepared structured questionnaire and delivered to 50 staff nurses at Gwalior's Cancer Hospital, a descriptive survey method was used to collect data (M.P.). Results: The average knowledge score was 43.8%, with a standard deviation of 15.7%. Of those who took the survey, 58% were aware of the causes of cancer pain, 42% understood the ramifications of insufficient cancer pain assessment, 54% understood cancer pain management strategy, 58% agreed that non-pharmacological approaches can help relieve cancer pain, and 28% could identify the obstacles to effective control of cancer pain. Staff nurses' expertise and a number of demographic factors show a strong correlation. Interpretation and conclusion: Average understanding in all of the major aspects was 43.8 percent (SD 15.7 percent). General knowledge had the highest mean knowledge score (54 percent). The median knowledge score on various elements of cancer pain treatment ranged from 34.6% to 54.6%. t-tests and F-tests indicated that demographic characteristics and knowledge of cancer pain treatment were statistically significant at the 5% level.
Jyothi C, Varun Babu E, Joyfreeda J, Kowsalya G, Kuzali L, Lavanya A, Lavanya V, Malarkodi V, Manju K, Manjumala K, et al.
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Students have a positive or negative body image of themselves. Positive body image refers to satisfaction about own feature, feeling of comfort. Negative body image refers to dissatisfaction about own feature, feeling of distress. Among these two the impact of negative body image plays greater role in youngsters.The present study was aimed to assess the Perception of Body Image Among College Students at Selected College. Descriptive quantitative research design was adopted in this study. Study was conducted among College students studying in Pondicherry institute of medical sciences, Puducherry. 160 students were selected by convenience sampling technique. Modified Questionnaire for Assessment of Body Image was used to assess the level of distress on body image among participants after the content validity. The present study assessed the the level of distress on body image among College Students and it was founded that Most of them 83.75% had mild and 16.25 % of them had moderate level of distress on Perception of Body Image.The majority of students had mild level of distress on Perception of Body Image. It also helps them to improve their life style modifications and can maintain their health status. The present study proves that the students must have adequate knowledge to relieve distress on perception of body image.
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