Efektivitas Biaya Program Berbasis Keperawatan: Pemasangan Akses Vena Sentral Melalui Perifer Yang Dipandu Ultrasonografi



Anastasia Sari Kusumawati(1*)

(1) RSUD Kota Yogyakarta
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Background: Vein access are frequent procedures in hospital care. Repeated attempts to cannulate small veins can cause considerable distress for patients and took considerable amount of staff's time. Peripherally inserted central catheter recommended to replace a long term peripheral catheter. The responsibility for the insertion of peripheral catheters has shifted from specially trained  nurses to skilled nurses. A peripherally inserted central venous catheter is recommended to replace long term peripherally catheters.

Objective: This literature study goals to give a view in cost effectiveness venous access practices using ultrasound-guided practices and traditional cannulate practices nurse-based.

Method: The method used in this paper is literature review related topics.

Result: There are several studies that demonstrate the cost effectiveness of venous access practices using nursing-based ultrasound guidelines.

Conclusion: Result shows by implementation of nursing based ultrasound-guided peripheral venous access gave more effective approach than traditional practices.

 

Key words: cost-effectiveness, nursing role, peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC), ultrasound-guide, nursing-based programme.


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