干性皮肤和护理中休假产品的使用:一项在疗养院和医院的流行研究。

PubMed ID
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发表日期 2019年Jan月

原始出处 开放式护理
Nursing open
作者 Lechner  Anna  Lahmann  Nils  Lichterfeld-Kottner  Andrea  Müller-Werdan  Ursula  Blume-Peytavi  Ulrike  Kottner  Jan 

文献标题 干性皮肤和护理中休假产品的使用:一项在疗养院和医院的流行研究。
Dry skin and the use of leave-on products in nursing care: A prevalence study in nursing homes and hospitals.
Dry skin and the use of leave-on products in nursing care: A prevalence study in nursing homes and hospitals.

文献摘要 Aims

描述在疗养院和医院中干性皮肤的患病率,并描述局部皮肤护理干预和干性皮肤之间的关系。

Design

两项多中心描述性横断面患病率研究。

Methods

这些研究于2015年和2016年在德国养老院和医院进行。数据由经过培训的护士根据标准化的数据收集表收集。皮肤干燥的严重程度用整体皮肤干燥评分来衡量。

Results

共有1662位护理院住院医师及1486位住院病患参与。干性皮肤患病率在疗养院为41.2%,在医院为55.2%。在皮肤护理依赖的情况下,干性皮肤的比例更高,尤其是在医院(70.2%)。在这两个机构中,当出现皮肤干燥时,对产品的请假增加,但在医院中仍较低。考虑到依赖护肤品的参与者皮肤干燥的程度很高,干预似乎并不成功。结果表明,在未来的皮肤护理需要改善。


Aims

To describe the prevalence of dry skin in nursing homes and hospitals and to describe relationships between topical skincare interventions and dry skin.

Design

Two multicentre descriptive cross-sectional prevalence studies.

Methods

The studies were performed in German nursing homes and hospitals in 2015 and 2016. Data were collected by trained nurses based on a standardized data collection form. The severity of dry skin was measured using the Overall Dry Skin Score.

Results

In total, 1,662 nursing home residents and 1,486 hospital patients participated. The prevalence of dry skin was 41.2% in nursing homes and 55.2% in hospitals. In case of skincare dependency, the proportions of participants with dry skin were higher, particularly in hospitals (70.2%). In both institutions, the application of leave-on products increased when dry skin was present but remained lower in hospitals. Considering the high amount of skin dryness in skincare-dependent participants, interventions seem not to be successful. Results indicate a need for skincare improvement in future.

Aims

To describe the prevalence of dry skin in nursing homes and hospitals and to describe relationships between topical skincare interventions and dry skin.

Design

Two multicentre descriptive cross-sectional prevalence studies.

Methods

The studies were performed in German nursing homes and hospitals in 2015 and 2016. Data were collected by trained nurses based on a standardized data collection form. The severity of dry skin was measured using the Overall Dry Skin Score.

Results

In total, 1,662 nursing home residents and 1,486 hospital patients participated. The prevalence of dry skin was 41.2% in nursing homes and 55.2% in hospitals. In case of skincare dependency, the proportions of participants with dry skin were higher, particularly in hospitals (70.2%). In both institutions, the application of leave-on products increased when dry skin was present but remained lower in hospitals. Considering the high amount of skin dryness in skincare-dependent participants, interventions seem not to be successful. Results indicate a need for skincare improvement in future.


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