The method and effect evaluation of BLS training for college students of polytechnic

Hongna Gao, Xiurong Wu, Chunguang Bo, Pengchong Li, Jijun Gao
2018 Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Advanced Research and Technology in Industry (WARTIA 2018)   unpublished
Objective: To compare the effect of Basic Life Support (BLS) training on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) between students majoring in medical & nursing specialties and other specialties in polytechnic colleges. This paper analyzes the necessity and feasibility of on-the-spot cardiopulmonary resuscitation training for polytechnic college students and discusses the effective ways of BLS training. Methods: using stratified sampling method, 20 students of second grade were randomly selected
more » ... ndomly selected from rehabilitation treatment technology major and medical laboratory technology major of Binzhou Polytechnic, and 20 students were chosen from three specialties which were randomly selected from other 32 non-medica&nursing specialties. Conduct questionnaire survey and take a test of the BLS knowledge (Test A) before the training, take another test to the BLS knowledge (Test B) and assess the BLS skills after the training .The scores of each group were analyzed statistically. Results: There was no significant difference in the scores (Test A) between each group (P > 0.05) , but there was a significant difference in pass rate between group A and group C、D、E (P < 0.05) before the training , as well as between group B and group C、D、E. There was no significant difference in the scores (Test B) after training (P > 0.05) . There was a significant difference between the scores and pass rates of Test A and Test B in each group (P < 0.001). There was no significant difference in BLS skill assessment results and pass rates between each group (P > 0. 05). Conclusion: there is a general lack of BLS knowledge and skills in polytechnic college students, but formal and strict training can significantly improve the BLS knowledge and skills of polytechnic college students. It is an effective way to improve the public's ability to save and rescue each other by relying on college teachers who were experienced medical education to carry out BLS training for college students.
doi:10.2991/wartia-18.2018.42 fatcat:jd5zpnrl7red5bxvkatikczf2i