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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2004;11(1): 41
일지역 신경외과 중환자실내의 통행량에 따른 낙하균 분석
박형숙1, 강인순2, 김진화3, 어현주4
1부산대학교 간호학과
2부산대학교 간호학과
3부산대학교병원
4부산대학교병원
A Study of Airborne Microbes in the NSICU According to Number of Persons Who Pass through Every Hour
Hyoung-Sook Park1, In-Soon Kang2, Jin-Wha Kim3, Hyun-Ju Eo4
1Department of Nursing, Pusan National University
2Department of Nursing, Pusan National University
3Busan University Hospital
4Busan University Hospital
Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to analyze the colony count of airborne microbes contamination every hour in the Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit (NSICU) in order to identify the relationship of colony count to person-visits.
Method: Data were collected during from 11:00 a.m. September 5 to 11:00 a.m. September 6, 2002. This study used blood agar & nutrient agar and handtally counter (USA) for collection of airborne microbes and number of person-visits. Data was analyzed using the SPSSWIN 10.0 with means, Pearson correlation coefficient, and simple regression. Result: The result of this study are as follows. Total colony count of airborne microbes for 24 hours in the NSICU was 4,609. Total number of person-visits to the NSICU was 15,347. The highest scores fur the total colony count in different areas of the NSICU was the rear door, followed by the preparation room, and the front entrance, while the lowest count was in the isolation rooms. There was a statistically significant relationship between colony count and number of person-visits to the NSICU. The most frequently airborne microbes in the NSICU were Micrococcus, CNS, Staphylococcus Micrococcus, Aureus.
Conclusion: These findings indicate that the number of person-visits in hospitals influences total colony count of airborne microbes. This study contributes to assessment of biological indoor air quality in hospital and in the development of an NSICU care plan.
Key words: Air microbiology
주요어: 낙하균
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