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Investigation of Aseptic Tips Observation in the Operating Room, A Qualitative Phenomenological Study
Nafise Mohamadi farsani * , Ebrahim Nasiri formi , Zohre Khodadadi jahromi
MSc student of operating room, Department of Operating Room, School of Allied medical sciences, Medical student research Committee, Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, Sari, Iran.
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Introduction: Following aseptic principles plays an important role in preventing surgical site infections and reducing costs, but may sometimes be neglected.Utilizing valuable experiences of operating room staff is helpful. The aim of this study was to determine the experiences of operating room personnel in the factors affecting the observance of aseptic principles in the operating room.
Materials and methods: This is a qualitative phenomenological study that was performed in the operating room of hospitals of Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences. The operating room and anesthesia staff with an associate degree and more and at least one year of experience in the operating room were included in the study if satisfied. The direct interview was in the form of semi-structured questions until information saturation continued. Colaizzi 7-step method was used to analyze the data.
Findings: In total, from the analysis of participants' experiences related to aseptic points, 220 items were identified, which were divided into 10 subcategories, and finally 2 main themes emerged, including: tips on operating room principles and techniques and tips on Maintaining the patient's health.
Discussion and Conclusion: Considering the sub-classes and main classes of this research, in many cases, aseptic principles are observed experimentally and it is necessary to be aware of the updated standard instructions to prevent infection in order to fully implement the principles in different categories of personnel.
Keywords: Aseptic principles, operating room, qualitative study
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Received: 2021/01/27 | Revised: 2022/03/15 | Accepted: 2021/12/22
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Research code: 6854
Ethics code: IR.MAZUMS..REC.1399.6854

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Mohamadi farsani N, Nasiri formi E, Khodadadi jahromi Z. Investigation of Aseptic Tips Observation in the Operating Room, A Qualitative Phenomenological Study. jmj. 2021; 19 (4) :6-12
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