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Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing 2010;16(4):409-418.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4069/kjwhn.2010.16.4.409   
The Effects of the Video Education Program on the Residual urine, Gas Passing and State Anxiety of Hysterectomy Patients
Gyeong Sook Kang, Eunmi Jun
1Head Nurse, Dong-Eui Hospital, Korea.
2Department of Nursing Science, Dong-Eui University, Korea. charminggold@hanmail.net
Abstract
PURPOSE
The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of a pre-operation video assisted education program on residual urine, gas passing and state anxiety in women undergoing hysterectomy.
METHODS
Nonequivalent control group non-synchronized design was used for the study. In the research, video assisted education program was applied to the experimental group while a similar conventional education was done to the control group. The pre-operation state anxiety and post-operation residual urine and gas discharge of both the groups were measured. The data were analyzed using SPSS.
RESULTS
The experimental group was significantly higher than control group on gas passing (t=3.04, p=.00). However the residual urine (t=0.34, p=.73) and state anxiety (t=0.81, p=.82) did not make significant differences.
CONCLUSION
This study is very meaningful in that it developed and provided a nursing intervention can positively affect hysterectomy patients. The pre-operation video assisted education program may be an effective nursing intervention that is clinically practical and useful to reduce time of the gas passing of hysterectomy patients after the operation.
Key Words: Video assisted education; Residual urine; Gas pass; State anxiety; Hysterectomy


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