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Running head: LITERATURE EVALUATION TABLE1Literature Evaluation TableSara Emalee PateGrand Canyon University: NRS 493November 14, 2020
LITERATURE EVALUATION TABLELiterature Evaluation TableStudent Name: Sara Emalee PateChange Topic :This change project topic is on nurse-driven protocols that will decrease catheterassociated urinary tract infections (CAUTI’s). Within a hospital setting many adult patientsdevelop a catheter associated urinary infection due to catheters being left in for long period oftimes and not reassessed for the needs of the catheter. This increases the risk of catheterassociated urinary tract infections (CAUTI’s) for patients and could prolong their stay in thehospital increasing hospital cost and turning the infection into a hospital acquired infections.Implementing a nurse driven protocol for the removal of urinary catheters and managementversus current practices will help reduce catheter associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI).Using an improved protocol for the use and need of these catheters can not only reduce thelength of time the catheters are left in place, but it can help reduce the number of catheterinfections in patients throughout when the protocol is used correctly. Possible even decreasingthe number of catheters that are used for non-appropriate reasons for catheter placement. Thesearticles help support the nurse-driven protocol and the reasons for CAUTI’s within a hospitalsetting.CriteriaArticle 1Article 2Article 3Article 4Author, Journal (Peer-Reviewed), andPermalink or WorkingLink to Access ArticleFox, C., Wavra,T., Drake, D.A., Mulligan,D., & Bader,M. K. (2015).Use of a patienthand hygieneprotocol toreducehospital-acquiredinfections andimprovenurses’ handwashing.AmericanJournal ofCritical Care,24(3), 216-224.Hernandez, M.,King, A., &Stewart, L.(2019).Catheter-associatedurinary tractinfection(CAUTI)prevention andnurses’checklistdocumentationof theirindwellingcathetermanagementpractices.Nursing Praxisin NewZealand, 35(1),29.Ferguson, A.(2018).Implementing aCAUTIPreventionProgram in anAcute CareHospitalSetting.Urologic Nursingm.oclc.org/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=ccm&AN=133645974&site=edsiveLetica-Kriegel,A. S.,Salmasian, H.,Vawdrey, D.K., & Perotte,R. (2019).Identifying therisk factors forcatheter-associatedurinary tractinfections: alarge cross-sectional studyof six hospitals.BMJ Open,9(2)..bmj.com/content/9/2/e022137.2
LITERATURE EVALUATION TABLEournals.org/content/24/3/216.shortm.oclc.org/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edo&AN=137860401&site=eds-live&scope=site&custid=s8333196&groupid=main&profile=eds1&scope=site&custid=s8333196&groupid=main&profile=eds1abstractArticle Title and YearPublishedUse of aPatient HandHygieneProtocol toReduceHospital-AcquiredInfections andImproveNurses’ HandWashing(2015)Catheter-associatedurinary tractinfection(CAUTI)prevention andnurses’checklistdocumentationof theirindwelling

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Nosocomial infection, urinary tract infection, Catheter, Urinary catheterization, Wit, Foley catheter

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