Objective: To determine the effect of training on medical studentsâ€™ capabilities in performing cutdown and inserting chest tube in clinical skill department.
Material and Methods: A questionnaire was used to gather data separately in two procedures, with 10 questions for each procedure and Likert scale (from very much=6 to very little=1) was used. Data were analyzed using statistical descriptive method.
Results: Regarding the needed skills in inserting chest tube studentsâ€™ average significantly increased from 40.4±17.39 to 81.2±16.71, and in the case of performing cutdown, it significantly increased from 39.4±16.91 to 83.5±10.43 (p
Clinical skills department, chest tube, cut down.
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