Sigutė Norkienė, Jonas Sąlyga, Vida Jankauskienė, Eglė Dimaitė


In 2008 October – 2009 February The anonymous questionnaireswere interviewed Samogitian (in Klaipėda, Telšiai, Šiauliai)hemodialysis section 173 of the medical staff: 17 physicians, 115general nurses and 41 nurse’s assistant. Statistical analysis wasperformed using SPSS program (version 11.5).The study found that 5.9 percent doctors, 10.4 percent nursesand 12.2 percent assistants Hepatitis B and 1.7 percent nurses – hepatitisC. A statistically significant relationship between infectionwith the hepatitis B virus and the experience and gloves wearinginvasive procedures. Hemodialysis unit medical stress caused byfactors such as the encounter with death (81.5 percent). Patientsuffering (63.6 percent). Nursing professionals in one of thestressors – a small salary. After experiencing the stress of doctorscomplaining of a strong or rapid heart rate (32.9 percent), sweating(35.8 percent), headache (26.6 percent), loss of appetite (21.4 percent).Disinfection time rubber latex gloves used by 92.2 percentnurses and 87.8 percent assistants, face masks – 50.4 percent nursesand 17.1 percent assistants, respirator – 0.9 percent nurses and 2.4percent assistants. Disinfection significantly more nurses use facemasks or assistant. Nursing professionals have been screened forskin redness and itchiness (70.5 percent), headache (54.5 percent),dizziness (52.6 percent), malaise (48.7 percent), allergic rhinitis (391 percent), cough (26.3 percent), allergic conjunctivitis symptoms(25.0 percent).

Keyword(s): hemodialysis, risk factors, medical personnel, health effects, hepatitis B, hepatitis C
DOI: 10.5200/sm-hs.2014.076
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