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Comparison of 10% povidone iodine and sterile water as a periuretra cleansing solutionbefore the insertion of indwelling urinecathetheron the occurance of bacteria

Author: ANDRI NUGRAHA, TANTRI PUSPITA, IIN PATIMAH, ANGGA DIPA NAGARA
Abstract: Urine Catheter placement can help the patient in recovering the disease due to the absence of urine in the body, but there is a negative impact caused by the installation of the catheter, namely the occurrence of bacteriuria. Bacteriuria is an indicator of patients experiencing Cathether-associated urinary tractus infections (CAUTIs).A prevention of bacteriuria is minimizing the contact of bacteria entering the Indwelling urinary catheter closed drainage system by cleaning the periurethral by using a sterile water solution or 10% povidone iodine before the catheter is inserted. This study aimed to compare the effectiveness of the type of periuretral cleansing solution, namely sterile water with Povidone Iodine (10% ) against the incidence of bacteriuria in patients with indwelling urine catheters. This research method used experimental research design with one group design with pre-test and post-test. Sampling used consecutive sampling of 32 people for the control and intervention groups. For statistical data analysis using the fisher exact test. The results showed that the highest number of respondents who used sterile water as a solution to clean periurethral before placing an Indwelling urine catheter did not occur bacteriuria (68.75%) while the number of respondents who used Povidone Iodine 10% at most did not occur bacteriuria (87.5%). Based on the results of statistical tests showed that there was no difference in effectiveness between sterile water and 10% povidone iodine for cleaning the periurethralbefore installing the indwelling urine catheter against the incidence of bacteriuria (p = 0.685). The conclusion of this study is that there was no significance difference in effectiveness between sterile water and (10%) povidone iodine for cleaning the periurethralbefore inserting an indwelling urine catheter from bacteriuria.
Keyword: Povidone Iodine, Cautis, Sterile Water, Infection, Urinary Catheter
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.04.087
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