Cannulation Case Study

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A STUDY TO ASSESS AND COMPARE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MOIST HEAT VERSUS ICE PACKS APPLICATION IN REDUCING THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF INTRAVENOUS CANNULATION INDUCED THROMBOPHLEBITIS AMONG PATIENTS ADMITTED IN CIVIL HOSPITAL OF DAUSA DISTRICT, RAJASTHAN”.
Vijay Kumar Gauttam*PhD Scholar of MJRP University, Jaipur,
Dr. Jogindra vati** Professor (PhD Guide)
ABSTRACT
Peripheral Intravenous (I.V.) cannulation is an invasive procedure which predisposes the patient to an increased risk of local and systemic infection from micro-organisms introduced either at the time of insertion or when in situ. Peripheral I.V. cannulae related infections are associated with increased morbidity, prolonged hospitalization and increased costs. Therefore, a study to assess
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CONCEPTUAL FRAME WORK
Conceptual framework deals with “abstraction that is assembled by virtue of relevance to s common phenomenon”. Conceptual framework is a group of mental image or concepts that are related to, but relationship is not explicit.
The purpose of conceptual framework is to provide a logical, coherent structure through which phenomena of concern can be understood and discussed. It provides broad perspectives for nursing practices, research and education. Conceptual framework plays several interrelated roles in the progress of science. Their overall purposes are to make scientific feedings meaningful and generalizable.

According to Polit and Hungler (1999) “Conceptual frameworks represents a less formal and less well developed attempt at organization phenomena than theory and deal with abstractions that are assemble by virtue of their relevance the common theme.
The Conceptual framework adopted for the present study is based on the general system model given by Von Bertanffy. The model is characterized by input, process and output.

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