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ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION AMONG HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS IN CRITICAL CARE UNITS AT GOVERNMENTAL HOSPITALS IN GAZA STRIP

*Dr. Madleen Jawad Sobhe Abu Aser and Prof. Dr. Ashraf YA. El-Jedi

ABSTRACT

Qualities of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) performed by rescuers depend on learner's integrating, retaining, and applying for cognitive, behavioral, and psychomotor skills required to successfully perform resuscitation. There is a lack of studies that assess the Quality of CPR among nurses and doctors in critical care units in Gaza strip and their relation to patient outcomes. The aim of this study was to assess the quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation among health care providers in critical care units at governmental hospitals in Gaza strip. Researcher used a descriptive cross-sectional design to assess the quality and knowledge concerning CPR among Health Care Providers in the critical care units (ICU, CCU, and ER) at Governmental Hospitals in the Gaza Strip. Results revealed that in most of the study the highest age groups of the participants were aged less than 30 years (61.6%) followed by 27.8% of them aged between 31-40 years and only 10.6% of them were aged more than 40 years. The study population according to academic qualification showed that the highest group of the study population finished the bachelor's degree (76.2%) while 13.3% of them finished the master's degree. The study population according to the knowledge indicated that only 11.3% of the participants have a high knowledge level while 41.7% of them have moderate levels of knowledge and 47.0% of them have a low level of knowledge. The average was 63.18. The quality score of CPR procedures showed that only 21.5 of the participants have a high-quality level and 15.8% of them have a low level of quality. The average was 70.24. The average of knowledge among males was higher statistically significant than females (65.88% vs. 57.90%, respectively, P = 0.001). The results also showed the average knowledge among physicians was higher statistically significant than nurses (66.72% vs. 60.85%, respectively, P = 0.009). Educators and, administrators, need to consider integrating basic and advanced life support courses into the curriculum. Continuing education committees in governmental hospitals adopt intensive plans to raise the knowledge and practice skills among nurses and doctors.

Keywords: integrating, retaining, and applying for cognitive, behavioral.


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