Level of satisfaction of transvaginal sonography patients at Capitol Medical Center
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
This study used the descriptive method of research. The respondents included 250 TVS patients at the Capitol Medical Center in Quezon City chosen using convenience sampling technique and quota sampling technique. The researchers used a self-made questionnaire as a data gathering instrument. Statistical measures used to treat specified problems were frequency count, mean, standard deviation, and ANOVA of F-test. Based on the findings from the study, the following conclusions were obtained: (1) Majority of the TVS patients at Capitol Medical Center were 43-60 years old, obtained college level education, and have undergone the TVS procedure twice; (2) The TVS patients in Capitol Medical Center were highly satisfied in both pre-procedure phase and intra-procedure phase and moderately satisfied in the post-procedural phase of TVS; (3) The level of satisfaction of TVS patients at Capitol Medical Center had a significant difference in the pre-procedure phase when grouped according to age, wherein patients who are 61 years old and above have higher level of satisfaction in the pre-procedure phase as compared to younger patients. No significant differences were found in the intra and post-procedure phase when they were grouped by age. In general, patient satisfaction was found to have a significant difference when grouped by age where 18-30 year old patients have a higher overall level of satisfaction. There was no significant difference in the pre, intra and post-procedure phase when they were grouped by educational attainment. There was a significant difference in the pre-procedure phase when the respondents were grouped according to number of times they have undergone the procedure, wherein those who have undergone the procedure once have higher level of satisfaction in the pre-procedure, but there was no significant difference in the intra and post-procedure phase when they were grouped by the number of times they have undergone the procedure. In general, they had no significant difference when grouped by the number of times they have undergone the procedure.
Amor, J. M., Certeza, B. P., & Tamula, A. M. (2008). Level of satisfaction of transvaginal sonography patients at Capitol Medical Center. [Bachelor's thesis, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute]. GreenPrints. https://greenprints.dlshsi.edu.ph/bsrt/183/