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JCR. 2020; 7(10): 383-385


“ASSESS KNOWLEDGE REGARDING TECHNIQUES OF BODY MECHANIC AMONG 4TH CLASS WORKERS OF TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL”

Sangeeta Patil, Ajit Anandrao Pawar, Nutan J. Potdar, Samir K. Choudhari, Sheetal Kadam, Neetanjali Patil, Rohini Katti.

Abstract
Background of the study:-Shifting and lifting skill was necessary for paramedical or professional person to maintain our proper body alignment and easy to transfer the patient without any muscle injury.
Objectives:-Study investigated with the objectives of to assess the knowledge regarding techniques of body mechanic among 4th class workers of tertiary care hospital”
Material and Methods –Experimental study done on class IV workers to assess the level of knowledge.one group pre-test, post design was used. A sample collected by convenient sample techniques. Total 70 samples taken as per inclusion criteria with the age of 18 to 58 years of age. After ethical permission and permission from competent authority from hospital data collection started. Inform consent taken from the participant prior to data collection method. . Data collection done with self-prepared questionnaire which was validated by experts as a pre and post intervention and demonstration method shown with proper technique among class IV workers after 7 days knowledge assessed as a post-test and data was analysed.(Level of knowledge score, o-8 Poor knowledge,9-16 Average score,17-24 Good knowledge.)
Results- As a pre-test knowledge score maximum 59(84%) are in average knowledge score, and in post-test knowledge score maximum 68(97%) are in good knowledge.in comparison of pre-test and post-test mean differences was (-8.671) and paired ‘t ’valve=24.697 with p value P

Key words: Demonstration Method, Knowledge, Class IV Workers.



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