Define the clinical key questions based on PICOT

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Interpreting Statistical Output for Data Analysis PowerPoint Presentation

Purpose:

The purpose of this Assignment is to enable you to present the information that you gather from a systematic review on your PICOT topic. This activity will give you the experience to present what your research findings to others.

Directions:

  1. Define the clinical key questions based on PICOT.
  2. Briefly review the database selected for key clinical questions.
  3. Identify the studies of the database search that are a Level I or II evidence.
  4. Interpret the statistical results of the studies identified in Step 3.
  5. Design a presentation.
    1. Place results /overview of research in PowerPoint.
    2. Length of the presentation should be 12–15 slides.
  6. Follow APA format.

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MN504 Scientific and Analytic Approaches to Advanced Evidence
Kaplan University

Background
 Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA) is the modern
healthcare is getting huge support as opposed to
intermittent nurse administered injections.
 PCA is effective because it gives full autonomy for
patients to manage their pain.

 PCA increase patient’s satisfaction.
 PCA increase level of perception of situational
control, reduce postoperative depressive
symptoms, increase patient's level of satisfaction,
lower preoperative anxiety, and it increases control

over pain relief.

PICOT Question
 What is the effectiveness of the Patient
Controlled Analgesia (PCA) and intermittent
nurse administered injections in helping reduce
the postoperative complications as compared to
using intermittent nurse administered injections

within the healing duration after surgery?

Evidence Search
Cochrane Library
1) Keywords: Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA), intermittent analgesia dosing or intravenous injections=
2332 results
2) VAS pain intensity score, English, 5 years, academic journals, drug addicts= 499 results
3) A meta-analysis study -1 pertinent studies
4) 2 systematic reviews= (McNicol, E. D., Ferguson, M. C., & Hudcova, 2015), and (Weibel et al, 2017)
CINAHL database
1) Keywords: Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA), intermittent analgesia dosing or intravenous injections=
2112 results
2) 2 systematic review (Elliott, 2016), and (Pritchard, C., Smith, J. E., Creanor, S., Squire, R., Barton, A.,
Benger, J., ... & Rockett, 2017)

Evidence Search Cont..’
PubMed Central
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Keywords: Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA), intermittent analgesia dosing or intravenous injections= 4992 results
5 years, humans, English = 225 results
Epidural analgesia= 5 results
1 systematic reviews (Elliot, 2015)
Keywords: Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA) vs. alternative analgesic methods =200 results
1 meta analysis study
a randomized controlled study
2 systematic review (Bijur, P. E., Mills, A. M., Chang, A. K., White, D., Restivo, A., Persaud, S., ... &

Birnbaum, A. J, 2017), and (Pritchard, C., Smith, J. E., Creanor, S., Squire, R., Barton, A., Benger, J., ... &
Rockett, 2017).

Study Evaluation – One
Citation

Purpose

Design &
Method

Sample &
Setting

Major
Variables

Measurement
of Major
Variables

Data
Analysis

Study
Findings

Appraisal
of
Evidence

McNicol, E. D.,
Ferguson, M.
C., & Hudcova,
J. (2015).
Patient
controlled
opioid
analgesia
versus
non‐patient
controlled
opioid
analgesia for
postoperative
pain. The
Cochrane
Library.

Assessment
of Level I
and II
evidence to
establish if
PCA reduces
pain after
postoperatio
n surgery

Systematic
Review of 6...


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