Anesteziyoloji Ve Reanimasyon Anabilim Dalında Rotasyoner Olan Sağlık Personelinin Erişkin Hastalarda Hava Yolu Gereçlerini Tanıma ve Kullanabilme, Rotasyon Sürecinde Eğitim Beklentilerinin Karşılanabilme Düzeylerinin Değerlendirilmesi
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Traumas of the airway are important morbidity and mortality reasons. Successful intubation is an essential skill requiring a strict training but arduous to gain for all health professionals. The anestesiologists take a crucial role about training of the airway management as the most experienced professionals. Operation rooms are the most ideal places to be trained about protocols of successful airway management. There are only a few studies devoted to feedbacks of rotation programmes focused on succesful airway management trainings held for non-anestesiologist health care professionals. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the proficiency of training on adult airway management and level of recognition and ability to use of airway instruments of the health care professional who involved in rotation programmes in Hacettepe University, School of Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimation at the end of their training programmes. A questionnaire including 22 questions was prepared by reviewing and adapting previous studies. The study was approved by Hacettepe University Ethics commitee of non-invasive clinical studies (GO 14 / 221-05).The health care professionals that were trained in rotation programmes at Hacettepe University, School of Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimation were enrolled in this study. The participants were asked to respond to the questionnaire at the end of their rotation programmes. The study group was consisted of 60 nurses, dentists, trainees, interns, residents and subspecialists that involved in 3 months rotation programmes at the department. The results of this study demonstrated that the training on intubation and especially application of mask and ambu given by the anestesiologists was satisfactory. The skills on application of different airway instruments were higher for the participants that previously had practical training about airway management. The importance of the experience on airway management was also emphasized in this study. The airway management trainings given by anesthesiologists can be standardized with the contribution of this study or similiar studies. Our study can help or have a contribution to the other studies with wider participations about evaluation of training on airway management in our country or worldwide.