The Effect of Continuous Nursing on Pain and Rehabilitation Compliance of Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis with Osteoporosis
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Sui Xiaojia, Ma Shu
Objective: to Analyze the Effect of Continuous Nursing on Pain and Rehabilitation Compliance of Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis with Osteoporosis. Methods: a Total of 100 Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoporosis Treated in Our Hospital Were Randomly Divided into the Observation Group and the Control Group with 50 Patients in Each Group. the Observation Group Received Continuous Nursing and the Control Group Received Routine Nursing, and Then the Pain Degree and Rehabilitation Compliance of the Patients in the Two Groups Were Compared. Visual Analogue Pain Scale (Vas) Divides the Pain Degree of Patients into Four Levels: Painless, Mild Pain, Moderate Pain and Severe Pain, and Divides the Rehabilitation Compliance of Patients into Three Levels: Complete Compliance, Relatively Compliance and Non-Compliance. the Patients' Satisfaction Evaluation of Nursing Forms in the Final Stage of Nursing Was Calculated. Results: in the Continuous Nursing, the Pain Degree of the Patients in the Observation Group Was Relatively Mild, While the Pain Degree of the Control Group Was Relatively Heavy in the Form of Routine Nursing. the Compliance of the Patients in the Observation Group Was Relatively Strong, and the Evaluation of Satisfaction Was Relatively High. the Comparative Analysis of the Two Groups Showed Significant Difference (P<0.05). Conclusion: the Treatment Process of Rheumatoid Arthritis with Osteoporosis is Slow and the Improvement Rate of Symptoms is Slow. Therefore, Continuous Nursing Analysis Should Be Carried out in Combination with the Treatment Form to Improve Patients' Compliance and Satisfaction.
Continuous Nursing; Rheumatoid Arthritis; Osteoporosis; the Pain; Rehabilitation Compliance; the Impact Analysis