عنوان المقالة:الحالة التغذوية والتئام الجروح بين مرضى الحروق: دراسة ارتباطية Nutritional Status and Wound Healing among Patients with Burn Injury: A Correlational Study
غني عبد الناصر علي محمد | Ghona Abd El-nasser Ali | 8652
نوع النشر
مجلة علمية
المؤلفون بالعربي
سارة مصطفي , نجات المرسي, صفاء حسانين, غني عبد الناصر
المؤلفون بالإنجليزي
Sara Mustafa Ahmed, Nagat El Morsy Ebrahim, Safaa M. Hassanein, Ghona Abd El Nasser Ali
الملخص الانجليزي
A䅰stra۲t: Burn is a global health disaster with overwhelming pathophysiological effects. Optimum nutrition is key factor in maintaining all healing phases. However, nutritional support post-burn is sophisticated matter therefore, it is important that nurses assess caloric requirements to avoid malnutrition. Aim: to assess the relationship between nutritional status and wound healing among patients with burn injury. Resear۲h questions: What is the nutritional status among patients with burn injury, What is the relation between nutritional status and wound healing among patients with burn injury. Methods: A descriptive correlational study conducted over 10 months. 70 convenient patients included. Nutritional status assessed by 24hr. dietary recall, anthropometric measurements, wound status by BWAT. Results: 62.9% were male, 61.4% married, 91.4% had severe injury, 85.7% had second and third degrees, thermal injury 78.6%. Food intake in 1 st reading was below need 57.1%, 14.3%, 25.7%, 67.1% for protein, carb, fat, calories respectively. There was significant difference in wound status (t=8.617, p=0.000) 80% had wound of mild severity in 1 st reading, improved to minimal severity 45.7% in 3 rd reading. Regarding BWAT scores, at 3 rd reading, there was positive moderate relation with carbohydrate (r=0.38) P≤0.001, positive moderate relation with calories (r=0.33) and positive moderate relation (r=0.34) with fat while negative weak relation in 1 st reading (r=-0.25). Con۲lusions: Inadequate nutrition might cause impaired healing as wound deteriorated when increasing carbohydrate and fat over needed requirements. In addition, improvement in wound severity level was observed when increasing protein intake
تاريخ النشر
08/02/2019
الناشر
International Journal of Novel Research in Healthcare and Nursing
رقم المجلد
6
رقم العدد
2
ISSN/ISBN
ISSN 2394-7330
الصفحات
78-89
رابط الملف
تحميل (288 مرات التحميل)
الكلمات المفتاحية
Keywords: Burn, Bates-Jensen tool, Nutritional assessment, and Wound healing.
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