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Research Paper | Pediatrics | India | Volume 5 Issue 5, May 2016
A Study to Assess the Level of Comfort among Post Operative Children (Age 5-10 Years) by using Katharine Kolcaba Comfort Observation a Checklist and Comfort Daises at Selected Hospital of Punjab (India)
Abstract: Objective of case study -To to assess the level of comfort among post operative children (age 5-10 years). Research approach - Descriptive approach was used in assessing comfort level in post operative child. The tools used for data collection were Base line information of children. Comfort Behavior check list, and Comfort Daisies. . Result showed that post operative children were having moderate discomfort (45.88?9.91) as assessed by comfort observation check list. This finding goes with comfort assessed with comfort daises which involves a child's rating his or her comfort from one to four (very bad to very good) that post operative children averagely rated their comfort feeling between very bad and sort of bad.
Keywords: Discomfort, Post operative children, child
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 5, May 2016,
Pages: 1024 - 1026