2003

Title :  Comparison of Drug Using Compliance between Diabetic Patients with and without Complications at Health Science Center, Burapha University, Muang district, Chonburi Province.

Researchers:    1. Mrs.Wethaka Klinwichit

                        2. Dr.Pisit Piriyapun,MD.

                        3. Miss Wanlada Laokobkul

                        4. Miss Walapa Poengkam

                        5. Miss Pijarana Sreewajana

                        6. Mrs.Nalin Mongkolsri

Grant : Government Budget

Year : 2003

Concentration : Health Science

Key words : Diabetes Mellitus, Type2Diabetes Mellitus, Drug Using Compliance, Complications


Abstract

            The purpose of this research were desired to compare drug using compliance between diabetic patients with and without complications at Health Science Center, Burapha University. The sample selected by quota sampling from type 2 diabetic patients who had more than 2 years gotten diagnosis. They were divided in to control group (without complications 72 patients) and a study group (with complications 77 patients). Measurements were made by 4 topics of health behavior  questionnaire ;1) drug using compliance 2) diet behavior 3) exercise 4) emotional self-care, recording physical examination and laboratories. The statistics employed were frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test and Pearson’s product moment correlation coefficient.

            The results of this study found that;

1.      The comparison of drug using compliance between type 2 diabetic patients with and without  complications were not different with non-statistical significance.

2.      The comparison of other health behaviors between type 2 diabetic patients with and without complications were found that not different with non-statistical significance.

3.     As a whole of health behaviors in type 2 diabetic patients with and without complications  were in medium level. The most of health behaviors mean score was drug using compliance.

4.      The positive correlation factors to health behaviors were education and Income at a statistically significant level of .01 and .05 (r=.2150, .1843). The negative correlation factors to health behaviors were occupation at statistically significant level of.05 (r= -.1624).

5.     Educational had a positive correlation to drug using  compliance, exercise and emotional self-care behaviors at statistically significant level of.05.

      Occupation had a negative correlation to diet behavior at statistically significant level of.01.

      Income had a positive correlation to drug using compliance , diet behavior ,exercise and emotional self-care at statistically significant level of .05, .01 and .05.

                        Duration of illness had a correlation to health behaviors at a non-statistically significant at level of .05. 

 

 

Title: Wound occurrence feature and wound preventive behavior in Diabatic patients.

Researcher : Dr. TAWEELAP TANSAWASD, M.D. Health science center, BURAPHA University.

Year : 2003

Concentration : Medical Science.

Key word : Diabetes Mellitus, Wound, Wound preventive behavior

 

ABSTRACT

This research was Cross – sectional study. The purposes of this study were to survey wound occurrence feature, wound causative factors, wound preventive behavior and wound primary care in diabetic patients who were treated at Health Science Center, Burapha University during 1st July 2003 - 31st October 2003. The samples for studying wound occurrence feature were patients that treated at wound dressing room, Emergency department and the samples for studying wound causative factors, wound preventive behavior, wound primary care were patients that treated at DM clinic, out patients department both groups of samples were selected by non – purposive sampling. 

The research tools were record form for interview and record personal data, general data, illness data, wound preventive behavior, wound primary care, physical exam, skin and nail exam, foot exam, foot sensory exam, shoes evaluation lab investigation

The results of this study show that the cause of wound occurrence mostly from accidents and unknown respectively . Wound causative factors may be peripheral neuropathy, skin nail and pulse abnormality. Most patients knows about wound prevention, wound primary care and practice in both groups that had wound history or not. 

 

TITLE : COMPARATIVE OF INPATIENT ' S EXPECTATIONS AND PERSPECTIONS ON SERVICE QUALITY AT PRIVATE WARD, HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER, BURAPHA UNIVERSITY.

RESEARCHER : KANCHANA PIBOON

YEAR : 2003

CONCENTRATION : HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER

KEYWORDS : EXPECTATIONS, PERCEPTION, QUALITY OF SERVICE

 

Abstract

The purposes of this study were to comparative of inpatient’s expectations and perceptions, relative influence and predicative effects on quality of services in private ward at Health Science Center, Burapha University. The sample were two hundred and sixty eight private ward inpatients by purposive sampling. The tool were the expectative and perspective

questionnaire. (r = 0.98,0.95) Statistics employed were means, percentage, standard deviation, t-test, one way ANOVA, Correlation and Step-wise multiple regression.

The results of this study show that:

1. The expectation in quality of services were in high level.

2. The perspection in quality of services were in medium level.

3. The comparative of inpatient’s expectations and perspections on service quality at private ward were difference with the statistical significance. (p < .05)

4. Sex, Status, Education, Occupation, Welfare were not difference with the statistical

significance (p<0.5) by comparative of inpatient’s expectations and perspections on service

quality at private ward.

5. The Tangibles were difference with the statistical significance (p<.05) in more than third comparative with first and second times of service.

6. Relative of Age, Income and During time admission were not difference with the statistical significance. (p<.05).

7. The effect that predict negative quality of service was welfare (self payment) by 2.1 percent. (Z –score = -.145Z)

 

Title Research : THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE HAND MADE VACUUM DRAIN FOR SURGICAL WOUND.

Researcher : LADDA WITWAYAPRAPARAT

Year : 2003

 Abstract

The purposes of this research were to study the effectiveness of the Hand-made Vacuum Drain for surgical wound and the surgical wound infection. A Quasi-experimental One-Group Posttest-Only Design was used. The sample composed of the patients who received surgery from Health Science Center, Burapha University; HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Medical Center, Srinakharinwirot University; Queen Sawangwattana Medical Hospital (Somdej Memorial Hopital) and Ao-Udom Hospital during September, 2003 to December, 2003. 30 patients were included in which surgical wound is shorter than 12 cm. ( 5 inch) with normal skin and clean wound, the patients had no communicable disease and accepted the in form consent. The Hand-made Vacuum Drain Record forms were used to collect data. The data was analyzed by using frequency, percentage, average and stardard diviation. The finding is that The Hand- made Vacuum Drain can suct the secretion with lange of 3-50 cc.,(21.53cc. in average) and no infection at surgical wound. The results reveal the efficiency of this drain as the past research and the commercial Redivac Drain.

 

Title : Comparative of Inpatient’s Expectation on Nursing service quality and Perceive on Nursing service quality at General ward Health Science Center , Burapha University.

Researcher : Ms.Nopparat Khowitoonkit

Grant : Health Science Center ,Burapha University budget

Concentration : Health Science

Year : 2003

Key words : Expectation , Perception , Service quality

 

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study were compare service quality between expectation and perception of patients in Health Science Center , Burapha University. The sample were one thousand one hundred and ten patients by purposive sampling. The tool were the expectative and perspective questionnaire. (r = 0.94,0.94) Statistics employed were means, percentage,

standard deviation, t-test, one way ANOVA, Correlation and Step-wise multiple regression.

The study were found that :

1. As the whole the expectation on quality of services were in high level but the tangibles was in medium level.

2. The perception on quality of services were in medium level. The most inpatient’s perception were reliability and empathy.

3. The comparative of inpatient’s expectations and perception on service quality at general ward were difference with the statistical significance. (p < .05)

4. As the whole sex, status, education, vocation, welfare were not difference with the statistical significance (p<.05) by comparative of inpatient’s expectations and perceptions on service quality at general ward. The Tangibles , Reliability and Assurance were difference with the statistical significance (p<.05) in the view of status , vocation and welfare.

5. Relative of Age, Income and During time of admission were not difference with the statistical significance. (p<.05).

6. The effect that predicted negative quality of service was vocation (employee).(Z score = .176


Title : Comparative study of service quality between expectation and

perception of dental patients in Health Science Center , Burapha University.

Researcher : Miss. Keawjai Ngorsakul, DDS.

Grant : Health Science Center Center ,Burapha University budget

Year : 2003

Concentration : Health Science

Key words : Expectation , Perception , Service quality , Dental service

 

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study were compare service quality between expectation and perception of dental patients in Health Science Center , Burapha University. The sample were three hundred and fifty dental patients by purposive sampling during October – November 2003. The tool were the expectative and perceive questionnaire (r = 0.9850). Statistics employed were means, percentage, standard deviation, t-test, one way

ANOVA and Correlation.

The study were found that :

1. The expectation on quality of dental services were in high level.

2. The perception on quality of dental services were in highest level.

3. The comparative of service quality between expectation and perception of dental patients were difference with the statistical significance. (p < .001)

4. Sex, Address, Vocation , Education and Welfare were not difference with the statistical significance (p<0.5) by comparative of service quality between expectation and perception of dental patients.

5. Status and Income were difference with the statistical significance (p<0.1) and age was difference with the statistical significance (p<0.5).

 

6. Relative of Income were not difference with the statistical significance.(p<.05).

 

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