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Conduct a search of the literature related to this problem. Remember you are not just identifying articles related to your chosen topic; you need to thoroughly and critically appraise key components of four-five evidence-based research articles that support a solution to nursing practice issue. A minimum of 5 articles must be identified. This may include guidelines from the National Guideline Clearinghouse, Joanna Briggs Institute, or a review from the Cochrane Database of Systematic Review. Include the following components into the presentation: 1. Present the nursing practice problem with the PICO question. 2. Discuss your appraisal of the literature that addresses the problem. Present the proposed practice changes from an integration of the findings. In OR nurses doing a five min scrub (P) what are the differences in the presence and types of microbes (O) found on natural polished nails and nail beds (I) and artificial nails (C)
Hand hygiene and microbes with fake nails versus polished nails Student: Professor: Course title: Date: Hand hygiene and microbes with fake nails versus polished nails PICO Question In Operating Room nurses doing a five minute scrub (P), does natural polished nails and nail beds (I) in comparison to artificial nails (C) harbour less microbes and pathogens (O)? The proposed practical change is for healthcare workers to wear natural polished fingernails rather than artificial fingernails in healthcare settings. Appraisal of literature that address the problem In her article, Rothrock (2012) talks about the present guidelines with regard to wearing fake nails and nail polish in healthcare settings. This author noted that according...