Nursing intervention analysis: Understanding the characteristics of trauma patients in a regional emergency medical center

Eun Jung Lee, Eun Ja Lee


Introduction: This study aims to analyze nursing interventions for trauma patients at regional emergency medical centers based on injury types, mechanisms, and sites, providing foundational data for nursing education programs. Specific goals include understanding trauma patient characteristics, determining the frequency of nursing interventions by injury types, mechanisms, and sites and identifying variations in nursing interventions based on injury characteristics.

Methods: Conducted retrospectively, this study contributes basic data for creating nursing education materials. It includes 661 eligible trauma patients out of 19,920 visits to the S city regional emergency medical center between March 1, 2019, and February 29, 2020.

Results: This research is pivotal in gathering contexts for nursing interventions among trauma patients, providing essential information for the development of nursing education resources. It emphasizes the importance of a comprehensive analysis of interventions tailored to the type, location, and mechanism of injuries to ensure effective patient care. The development and ongoing use of educational materials for nurses remain vital.

Conclusions: This investigation highlights the importance of documenting and analyzing nursing intervention strategies in trauma care, establishing a solid foundation for educational content in this field. Continuous examination of varied interventions according to injury characteristics is crucial for delivering precise and effective nursing care. The sustained development and application of educational resources in nursing are essential for improving patient outcomes.

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Journal of Nursing Education and Practice

ISSN 1925-4040 (Print)   ISSN 1925-4059 (Online)

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