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Blood glucose level and its association with night shift nurses performances
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Abstract
Objective: The performance of nurses, especially at the end hours of night shift depends significantly on their blood glucose levels. This study aimed to determine blood glucose level in night shift nurses and its related factors affecting the nurses performance it.
Methods: the design of the study was cross-sectional descriptive-analytical and the partipiants who accepted to enter the study were 60 night shift nurses working in Juybar Azizi Hospital. Sampling was done to measure their blood glucose levels was done during 4 to 6 am. The information required for the study was recorded in predetermined checklists by the individuals. The researchers used For data analysis, independent t-test, one way ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficient and SPSS software version 18 to analyze the data were run. The level of significance was considered as P <0.05.
Results: Among the study sample, 46 of the participants were individuals (76.7%) were female and 14 ones (23.3%) were male. Their mean age was 28.8±5.2 years. The average work experience and night shift working hours were 4.9±4.1 year and 6.8±2.7 nights per month, respectively. The average measured blood glucose was 96.7±7.8mg/dl. The difference between the blood glucose levels was not statistically significant between men and women (P-0.75). There was a significant relationship among blood glucose level and age (r=0.33), Body Mass Index (BMI) (r=0.31) and work experience (r=0.26) (P<0.05) that by increasing age, BMI, and work experience, the blood glucose level increased, while no significant relationship was observed between the number of night shift per month and blood glucose level (P>0.05).
Conclusion: The results obtained from the current study revealed that blood glucose levels in night shift nurses were in the range of fasting individuals, while blood glucose levels in older nurses and with more work experience and BMI were higher.

     
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Farokhi F, Razaviyan J, Kakouie M. Blood glucose level and its association with night shift nurses performances. Int J Med Invest. 2016; 5 (1)
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Blood glucose level and its association with night shift nurses performances. . 1394; 5 (1)

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دوره 5، شماره 1 - ( 12-1394 ) برگشت به فهرست نسخه ها
International Journal of Medical Investigation
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