QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH CRITIQUE INTRODUCTION TO NURSING RESEARCH NRS 433V PROFESSOR DATE QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH CRITIQUE Patients contract Nosocomial Infection if they rely on the indwelling urinary catheter for a long time. Some research has been done to understand the concerns of the patient who use an indwelling urinary catheter and how they maintain it to protect themselves from the infections. This paper is a review of work done by Yin-Yin et al. 2013. Yin-Yin conducted a research on how people using indwelling urinary catheter can use a reminder or prompter to reduce the risks associated with an indwelling urinary catheter to help many patients heal from urinary infections and reduce the number of people who are infected. Thesis Statement Reminder and Prompter were developed to help patients who use a urinary catheter to minimize the effects of infections associated with urinary tract and also try to reduce the number of should be avoided in order for the number of patients suffering from urinary tract infections. In addition the catheter patients should be given medical attention every day. Patients need the care of a person who understands how to handle patients with the indwelling urinary catheter because denying them such care will only worsen the condition. But the best option is to use a reminder that the indwelling urinary catheter. References Yin-Yin C. Mei-Man C. Yu-Chih C. Yu-Jiun C. Shin-Shang C. Fu-Der W. (2013). Using a Criteria based reminder to reduce the use of indwelling urinary catheters and decrease urinary tract infections. American Journal of Critical Care 22(2) 195-114. Dumigan D. G. Kohan C. A. Reed C. R. Jekel J. F. & Fikrig M. K. (1998). Utilizing national nosocomial infection surveillance system data to improve urinary tract infection rates in three intensive-care units. Clinical performance and quality health care 6(4) 172-178. [...]
Use the practice problem and a quantitative, peer-reviewed research article you identified in the Topic 1 assignment to complete this assignment. In a 1000-1,250 word essay, summarize the study, explain the ways in which the findings might be used in nursing practice, and address ethical considerations associated with the conduct of the study. I will upload the files to be paraphrased to the bidder.