Journal article Open Access
Hassan Shaaib; Elham Khalid; Basamat Elhossein.
Background: The pre-operative anesthesia evaluation of any patients had the highest preference in the quality of care. But policies rarely appreciate their weight. Alongside with the examination of the patient. The pre-operative visit improves contact between the patient and the anesthetist. Objective: The undertaken study aimed at discovering the estimation of the quality from patients? viewpoint by using a questionnaire in pre-operative anesthesia evaluations. Methodology: The study design is descriptive-analysis carried out for (300) patients, selected by simple, organized random technique. The study members collected the data by a questionnaire contained Likert?s scale with five points. The research used 95% for confidence level, and the P-value was (<0.05). The group of the study received the survey after recovery from anesthesia. The statistical package of social science is used for analysis and demonstrated in frequency and percentage. The program made cross-tabulation and provided P-value. Excel program produced figures and offered tables for some data. The results: The results of the current study released a decline in patient satisfaction, and around 40.3% is the value of net satisfaction with the quality of care in preoperative anesthesia evaluation. Conclusion: The level of quality in the preoperative anesthesia evaluation is significantly low. The study is recommending further studies to investigate the causes of poor quality of preoperative anesthesia evaluation.