PDCA cycle theory based avoidance of nursing staff intravenous drug bacterial infection using degree quantitative evaluation model

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The purpose is to explore the positive role of PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) cycle theory in the hospital information management system to avoid intravenous drug bacterial infection of nursing staff based 360-degree quantitative evaluation model. The research focus is to promote the rational application of intravenous drugs among nursing staff, and the application data of intravenous drug among nursing staff under the same background and different management schemes are selected as the research objects, which are divided into the PDCA cycle theory pre-intervention group and post-intervention group. Through the statistical comparison of the error data of medical advice and nursing work, the role of PDCA circulation theory intervention in promoting the rational application of intravenous drugs in nursing staff is analyzed. The work performance of nursing staff is managed through the application of 360-degree quantitative evaluation model. The results show that after the one-year PDCA cycle theoretical intervention, both the number of unreasonable medical advice and the rate of unreasonable medical advice show a decreasing trend, the rate of correction of medical advice of nursing staff increases from 54.5% to 87.8%, the overall incidence of nursing errors significantly decreases, and the difference is statistically significant (P < 0.05). Among them, nursing errors mainly referred to the situation of intravenous drug bacterial infection. Meanwhile, it is found that after the intervention of PDCA cycle theory, the working time of each link of nursing staff is significantly shortened and the working efficiency is significantly improved. The introduction of 360-degree evaluation thinking and quantitative evaluation theory and the construction of 360-degree quantitative evaluation model can evaluate the nursing performance scientifically. © 2021 The Author(s)
This article is licensed under Creative Commons License and full text is openly accessible in CUD Digital Repository. The version of the scholarly record of this article is published in Physics (2021), accessible online through this link https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rinp.2021.104377
Bacterial Infection, Degree quantitative evaluation model, Information management system, PDCA cycle, Rational use of drugs
Jiang, L., Sun, X., Ji, C., Kabene, S. M., & Keir, M. Y. A. (2021). PDCA Cycle Theory Based Avoidance of Nursing Staff Intravenous Drug Bacterial Infection Using Degree Quantitative Evaluation Model. Results in Physics, 26, 104377. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rinp.2021.104377