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Sjuksköterskors upplevelse och erfarenhet av följsamhet till handhygienrutiner inom slutenvård: En litteraturstudie
Malmö University, Faculty of Health and Society (HS), Department of Care Science (VV).
2024 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
Nurses' Experiences And Experience Of Compliance With Hand Hygiene Routines In Hospital : A literature review (English)
Abstract [sv]

Bakgrund: Vårdrelaterade infektioner (VRI) är ett omfattande problem över hela världen. En tredjedel av alla vårdskador i Sverige är vårdrelaterade infektioner. De vårdrelaterade infektionerna orsakar lidande hos de drabbade och medför stora kostnader för samhället. En VRI kostar i genomsnitt 107 000 kr per patient för svensk sjukvård. Händerna utgör den största smittkällan för sjukdomar inom vården och därför är det viktigt att vårdpersonalen tillämpar basala hygienrutiner i sitt arbete då detta kan minska spridningen av VRI inom vården. Syftet: Studiens syfte var att belysa sjuksköterskors upplevelser och erfarenhet av följsamhet till handhygienrutiner inom slutenvård. Metod: Litteraturstudien använde 10 kvalitativa vetenskapsartiklar. Litteratursökningar gjordes i databaserna PubMed och CINAHL. Kvalitetsgranskningen av utvalda studier genomfördes med SBU:s granskningsmall för kvalitativa studier. Slutligen representerade de tio kvalitativa vetenskap artiklarna den samlade informationen i den aktuella litteraturstudien. Resultat: Analysen resulterade i tre kategorier: rutiner som påverkar följsamhet, kunskap och färdigheter samt övriga faktorer som påverkar handhygienen. Konklusion: Sjuksköterskor hävdar att brist på handhygienprodukter, personalbrist och kunskap påverkar följsamheten till handhygien rutinerna negativt. 

Abstract [en]

Background: Healthcare-associated infections (HAI) are a widespread issue worldwide. One-third of all healthcare injuries in Sweden are healthcare-associated infections. The care-related infections cause suffering to those affected and entail large costs for society. An HAI, on average, costs SEK 107,000 per patient for Swedish healthcare. The hands are the largest source of infection for diseases in healthcare and therefore it is important that healthcare professionals apply basic hygiene routines in their work as this can reduce the spread of HAI in healthcare. Aim: The aim of the study was to shed light on nurses' compliance with hand hygiene routines in hospitals. Method: A literature study including10 qualitative science articles. Literature searches were performed in the databases PubMed and CINAHL. Quality review of selected studies was conducted with SBU's review template for qualitative studies. Finally, the ten qualitative scientific articles represented the collected information in the current literature review. Result: In the result, three categories of routines impacting compliance, knowledge, and skills, as well as other factors influencing hand hygiene. Conclusion: Nurses claim that a lack of hand hygiene products, lack of staff and knowledge has a negative effect on compliance with hand hygiene routines. 

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2024. , p. 40
Keywords [en]
Adherence, Experiences, Hand Hygiene, Nurses, Qualitative Studies
Keywords [sv]
Följsamhet, Handhygien, Kvalitativa studier, Sjuksköterskor, Upplevelser
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Medical and Health Sciences Health Sciences Health Care Service and Management, Health Policy and Services and Health Economy
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URN: urn:nbn:se:mau:diva-68546OAI: oai:DiVA.org:mau-68546DiVA, id: diva2:1867665
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