Evaluation of Urinary Catheter Installation Capability on Nurses in Order to Increase Patient Safety in Pku Bantul Hospital

Bidayati ., Ekorini Listiowati, Elsye Maria Rosa


Background: the vulnerability of Patients exposed to the infection or urinary tract laserasi with many mounting procedures and actions that are done either urine catheter to help diagnose or monitor diseases and therapeutic journey. Urinary tract infection of post installation of the catheter can be dangerous to life because it can continue on septicemia and ends at death. A nurse who was the spearhead health services in hospitals should always implement patient safety in any nursing care should do according to the SOP hospital. Included in the installation of urine catheter to prevent infection.Research methods: this research is a descriptive cross sectional study of non-analysis methods. The approach was conducted with a quantitative and qualitative approach (mix method). The aim is to know the ability of nurses in the catheter in an effort to increase patient safety in PKU Muhammadiyah Bantul Hospitals.Results: The majority of nurses (71,43%) already have knowledge with high category for installation of urine catheter. While 64,29% of nurses had a good attitude towards the installation of urine catheter. For the behaviour of the nurse, the nurse has a behavior 57,14% good SOP.Conclusion: Most of the nurses have a high level of knowledge about the installation of the urinary catheter, attitude, and good behavior in the performance installation of urine catheter. In its entirety can help increase patient safety in PKU Muhammadiyah Bantul Hospital.

Keywords: Urinary Catheters, Urinary Tract Infections, Patient Safety

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