International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Student Project | Nursing | India | Volume 13 Issue 5, May 2024


Practice of Aseptic Technique on Intravenous Injection given by Nursing Personnel in Synod Hospital, Durtlang, Aizawl, Mizoram, India

Amy Lalringhluani [2] | H. Vanlalngaihdami | Lalhunengi | Laltlankimi | Sandra Lalrinzuali | Vanlalliani | Vanlalruatfeli


Abstract: Background: Aseptic technique safeguards the patient from microorganism and the concept of asepsis needs to be practiced in all clinical settings. Intravenous insertion has an increased chance of introducing infection into the blood stream. Methodology: A descriptive research design was adopted to assess the practice of aseptic technique on intravenous injection given by nursing personnel. 35 nursing personnel were selected using non probability convenience sampling technique. Result: The analysis revealed that 17 (48.6%) of the participants? practice of aseptic technique was adequate, 15 (42.8%) of the participants? practice was moderately adequate, and 3 (8.6%) of the participants? practice was inadequate. The chi square computations revealed a significant association between the practice of aseptic technique with the age of the nursing personnel (?2 =10.36) and the working unit (?2 =19.63). Conclusion: The findings revealed negligence as a common factor that influence the standards of practice of aseptic technique on intravenous injection given by nursing personnel.


Keywords: Assess, Practice, Aseptic Technique, Intravenous Injection, Nursing Personnel


Edition: Volume 13 Issue 5, May 2024,


Pages: 130 - 135


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