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Abstract

Communication is a crucial component and fundamental segment of nursing in all zones that renders it exercise to practice every one of its intercessions, including prevention, treatment, recovery, instruction and wellbeing advancement. Communication is a basic part of successful consideration in clinic setting, particularly in ICU where patients can encounter adjusted Communication capacities because of their basic sickness. Patient's results are impacted by the patient's capacities to impart successfully and take an interest in their consideration. Hence the present study aimed to assess the effectiveness of high-tech communication board on patient response and level of satisfaction among mechanically ventilated patients in an intensive care unit. True experimental - Post-test only design was employed with 60 patients in which 30 were allotted to the experimental and 30 to the control group. Demographic variables data were collected by using a structured questionnaire followed by assessing the response of the patients using patient response scale after using High-tech communication board. Patient's satisfaction was assessed after usage of High-tech communication board using a satisfaction scale. The findings of the study revealed that most of the patients had a good response in the experimental group than the patients in the control group in which the comparison between the two groups showed a significant difference between the mean scores. Based on findings, comparative studies can be conducted with other High-Tech Communication Board in different settings with large samples.

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High-Tech Communication Board Patients Response Level of Satisfaction Mechanical Ventilated Patients

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Vignesh S, Parimala L, & Kalabarathi S. (2020). Effectiveness of High-Tech Communication Board on Patients Response and Level of Satisfaction among Mechanical Ventilated Patients. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 11(SPL4), 86-90. https://doi.org/10.26452/ijrps.v11iSPL4.3743