Treating Orthopedic post-operative patients
Orthopedic post-operative patients in a hospital.
the use of intermittent pneumatic compression device prevent deep vein
Standard treatment like, early ambulation, graduated elastic compression
stocking, and anticoagulation therapy.
risk of getting Deep Vein Thrombosis following orthopedic surgery will be
reduced with the use of intermittent pneumatic compression device.
In orthopedic post-operative
patients (P) does the use of Intermittent Pneumatic Compression Device (I)
compared to standard treatments like early ambulation, graduated elastic
compression stocking, and anti-coagulation therapy (C) reduce the risk of Deep
Vein Thrombosis (o) during a six months study period (T) ?
Theoretical foundations of qualitative and quantitative methods
The theoretical foundations of qualitative and quantitative methods are very different, but many researchers believe both methods should be used in the research study to increase validity and reliability. What advantages or disadvantages do you see in using both types of methods in a nursing study? Support your answer with current evidence-based literature.
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