Perception of estimated blood loss. Shelia D. Crites

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Perception of estimated blood loss.  by  Shelia D. Crites

Perception of estimated blood loss. by Shelia D. Crites
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Visual estimation is a common way to measure blood loss during surgery. Inaccuracy in blood loss estimation especially with coexisting conditions can decrease the patients ability to compensate for surgical blood loss.-The purpose of this study was to determine the accuracy of SRNAs and CRNAs visual estimation of blood loss by estimating artificial blood on 4 x 4s, laparotomy sponges, a neuro tape, and surgical towels.

Variables included role type, years of experience, educational level and background, and clinical practice setting.-This was a replicated study with a convenience sample of 53 participants. The Pearson correlation of the amount of error between the variables provided the answers for the research questions in this study. A moderate to low statistical significance was noted in the gender category. The male gender showed greater error in estimation. No statistical significance was noted with the other variables.

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