Clinical Value of Strengthening the Management of Sensitive Indicators of Nursing Control in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Critically Ill Patients
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Wang Hong, Li Haifeng, Xing Baopeng, Zhuang Yue
Objective. Research on Clinical Value of Strengthening the Management of Sensitive Indicators of Nursing Control in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Critically Ill Patients. Method: 120 patients with critically ill patients who underwent hyperbaric oxygen therapy in our hospital from June 2016 to June 2018 were selected as the research objects. They were randomly divided into control group and experimental group with 60 cases in each group. The experimental group adopted the nursing mode of strengthening the management of sensitive indicators of nursing control to carry out standardized nursing management, while the control group adopted routine nursing measures. The incidence of nursing adverse events, the incidence of nosocomial infections, the risk of pipeline slippage and the satisfaction of care were compared between the two groups during hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Results: The incidence of adverse nursing events, nosocomial infection and risk of pipeline slippage in the experimental group were less than those in the control group. The difference was statistically significant (P<0.05), the nursing satisfaction was higher, and the difference has statistical meaning (P<0.05). Conclusion: During the period of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for critically ill patients, the management of hyperbaric oxygen nursing work was improved by strengthening the management of sensitive indicators of nursing management and control, reducing the occurrence of various adverse events, improving nursing satisfaction, providing quality assurance for hyperbaric oxygen nursing of critically ill patients, and combining the two majors of critical illness and hyperbaric oxygen.
Critical Illness; Hyperbaric Oxygen; Nursing Control; Sensitive Indicators