Strengthening of the technique obtaining computed tomography in stomach cancer, for university students

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Title Strengthening of the technique obtaining computed tomography in stomach cancer, for university students
Fortalecimiento de la técnica obtención de tomografía computarizada en cáncer de estómago, para estudiantes universitarios Strengthening of the technique obtaining computed tomography in stomach cancer, for university students
 
Creator Zuñiga-Osorio, Javier
Rivera-Ramos, Enith
Murrugarra-Bringas, Victoria
Cruz-González, Gloria
 
Subject
tomography, stomach cancer, educational intervention, diagnostic images.

tomografía, cáncer de estómago, intervención, pruebas diagnósticas. tomography, stomach cancer, educational intervention, diagnostic images.
 
Description The objective was to determine the effect of the educational strategy through five learning modules on sequential processes in tomography for the precise detection of stomach cancer, applied to students of the fourth year of medical technology in radiology. Methodology: quasi-experimental, prospective, single group, with pre-test and post-test assessment, 32 regular students participated. Results: in the pre-test, a low level of understanding was obtained in modules I to V; then applying the educational intervention, a medium level of understanding was obtained in the post-test of modules I to III and in modules IV and V a high level of understanding. In addition, it was determined that upon receiving the educational intervention the students show greater knowledge than in the pre-test expressed in a (p <0.001). Conclusion: in each of the five modules the intervention was positive because the students increased their knowledge. In module I from understanding very little 81.2% to understanding approximately 96.8%. In module II from understanding little and approximately 84.3%, to understand approximately and completely in 96.8% of the students. In module III from understanding little and approximately in 78.1% to 96.8% to understand approximately and completely. In module IV from understanding little and approximately 74.9% to fully understanding and approximately 100%. In module V from understanding very little and not understanding in 65.5% to fully understanding and in approximately 100% of students.
El objetivo fue determinar el efecto de la estrategia educativa a través de cinco módulos de aprendizaje sobre procesos secuenciales en tomografía para la detección precisa del cáncer de estómago, aplicado a estudiantes del cuarto año de tecnología médica en radiología. Metodología: cuasiexperimental, prospectivo, de grupo único, con valoración pre test y post test, participaron 32 estudiantes regulares. Resultados: en el pre test se obtuvo en los módulos I al V un nivel bajo de comprensión; luego aplicando la intervención educativa se obtuvo en el post test de los módulos I al III un nivel medio de comprensión y en los módulos IV y V un nivel alto de comprensión. Además, se determinó que al recibir la intervención educativa los estudiantes muestran mayor conocimiento que en el pre test expresado en un (p<0,001). Conclusión: en cada uno de los cinco módulos la intervención fue positiva pues los estudiantes aumentaron su conocimiento. En el módulo I de comprender muy poco 81,2% a comprender aproximadamente en el 96,8%. En el módulo II de comprender poco y aproximadamente 84,3%, a comprender aproximadamente y completamente en el 96,8% de los estudiantes. En el módulo III de comprender poco y aproximadamente en el 78,1% al 96,8% comprender aproximadamente y completamente. En el módulo IV de comprender poco y aproximadamente en el 74,9% a comprender completamente y aproximadamente 100%. En el módulo V de comprender muy poco y no comprender en el 65,5% a comprender completamente y aproximadamente en el 100% de los estudiantes.The objective was to determine the effect of the educational strategy through five learning modules on sequential processes in tomography for the precise detection of stomach cancer, applied to students of the fourth year of medical technology in radiology. Methodology: quasi-experimental, prospective, single group, with pre-test and post-test assessment, 32 regular students participated. Results: in the pre-test, a low level of understanding was obtained in modules I to V; then applying the educational intervention, a medium level of understanding was obtained in the post-test of modules I to III and in modules IV and V a high level of understanding. In addition, it was determined that upon receiving the educational intervention the students show greater knowledge than in the pre-test expressed in a (p <0.001). Conclusion: in each of the five modules the intervention was positive because the students increased their knowledge. In module I from understanding very little 81.2% to understanding approximately 96.8%. In module II from understanding little and approximately 84.3%, to understand approximately and completely in 96.8% of the students. In module III from understanding little and approximately in 78.1% to 96.8% to understand approximately and completely. In module IV from understanding little and approximately 74.9% to fully understanding and approximately 100%. In module V from understanding very little and not understanding in 65.5% to fully understanding and in approximately 100% of students.
 
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Date 2021-10-12
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Identifier http://erevistas.saber.ula.ve/index.php/gicos/article/view/17420
 
Source GICOS; Vol. 6, Núm. 4 (2021): julio-diciembre; 97-108
2610-797X
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://erevistas.saber.ula.ve/index.php/gicos/article/view/17420/21921928618
 
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