Korean Journal of Pediatrics 2008;51(10):1058-1064.
Published online October 15, 2008.
Intraosseous line insertion education effectiveness for pediatric and emergency medicine residents
Jung Woo Lee1, Jun Seok Seo1, Do Kyun Kim1, Ji Sook Lee2, Seonguk Kim3, Jeong-Min Ryu4, Young Ho Kwak1
1Department of Emergency Medicine, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
2Department of Emergency Medicine*, Ajou University School of Medicine, Suwon, Korea
3Department of Pediatrics†, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
4Department of Pediatrics, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
소아과와 응급의학과 전공의를 대상으로 한 골강내 주사 실습 교육의 효과 분석
이정우1, 서준석1, 김도균1, 이지숙2, 김성국3, 유정민4, 곽영호1
1서울대학교 의과대학 응급의학교실
2아주대학교 의과대학 응급의학교실
3울산대학교 의과대학 소아과학교실
4울산대학교 의과대학 응급의학교실
Do Kyun Kim, Email: birdbeak@naver.com
: This study aimed to assess current knowledge of and training experiences with the intraosseous (IO) line among emergency medicine (EM) and pediatric residents who care for critically ill children and to evaluate the educational effectiveness of the IO line workshop.
: During May and June 2008, a workshops on IO line insertion was held for EM and pediatric residents. The workshop comprised a 45-min lecture and a 15-min hands-on session. A semi-drill type EZ-IO machine was used for education. Self-assessment questionnaires gauged residents knowledge of and experiences with IO line insertion or bone marrow (BM) examination and their confidence with IO line insertion before and after the workshop. Performance tests were completed for skill evaluation.
: Forty-five pediatric residents and 22 EM residents participated in the workshop. The pre-educational questionnaire revealed that EM residents had more educational experience in IO line insertion than pediatric residents (P<0.001), while pediatric residents reported more experience in BM examination (P<0.001). The post-educational questionnaire showed a statistically significant higher percentage of correct answers (P<0.001). Although the pediatric residents inserted an IO line more quickly (P=0.001), most residents (88.7%) succeeded in IO line insertion on their first attempt; there was no difference in the groups success rates. Both groups showed higher confidence in performing IO line insertion after training (P<0.001).
: Observed educational effectiveness in both knowledge and confidence of IO line insertion skill suggest educational opportunities for pediatric and EM residents should be increased.
Key Words: Critically ill, Child, Education, Intraosseous infusions, Residency

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