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A study to assess the level of anxiety among family members of patients admitted in icu dhiraj general hospital (dgh), piparia (with a view to prepare an information booklet on prevention of anxiety)

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Suresh, V., Bhumika Patel, Purvi Patel, Riya Patel, Snehal Patel and Sonali Patel
Subject Area: 
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Abstract: 

Objectives • To assess the level of anxiety among family members of patient admitted in ICU DGH. • To find out association between the level of anxiety with their selected demographic variables. • To prepare an information booklet on prevention of anxiety. Material and method: The selection of design depends upon the purpose of the study, research approach and variable to be studied. Descriptive research design was used for the study. The study was conducted on 30 family members of patient admitted in ICU, DGH using non-probability purposive sampling technique. The tool used for data collection MHARS was selected to assess the level of anxiety among family members of patients. The data was tabulated and analyzed in terms of objective of the study, using descriptive and inferential statistics. An information booklet on prevention of anxiety provided to prevent anxiety among family members of patients admitted in ICU. Results: The result showed that 3 (10%) family members have no anxiety, 13 (43.33%) family members have mild anxiety, 13 (43.33%) family members have moderate anxiety and only 1 (3.33%) family members have severe anxiety. The findings variable indicate such as Age (X2 = 4.314), Patient’s age (X2 = 5.484), Gender (X2 = 0.557), Religion (X2 = 0.384), Education (X2 = 5.923), Type of family (X2 = 0), Family monthly income (X2 = 1.45), Was patient admitted earlier in ICU? (X2 = 0.554), Type of personality (X2 = 0) showed significance at 0.05 level of significance. Thus it can be interpreted that there is significance association between the levels ofanxiety.H1 is partially accepted. Conclusion: The study was undertaken to assess the level of anxiety among family members of patients admitted in ICU, DGH, Piparia and found that the majority of family members had mild and moderate level of anxiety related to patients admitted in ICU. Therefore to reduce the anxiety level among family members the researcher or investigator provided information booklet to reduce anxiety.

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