Emergency Nursing Methods and Effect Analysis of Acute Pulmonary Embolism
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Jiang Baojuan, Ma Xinlei, Yang Shidong, Wen Chengfei
objective: to explore and analyze the methods and effects of emergency nursing for patients with acute pulmonary embolism. Methods: 24 patients with acute pulmonary embolism admitted to our hospital during the period from december 2018 to december 2019 were selected as the subjects of the study, and their clinical data were retrospectively analyzed and summarized to explore the methods to be adopted and the effects to be achieved in emergency care for such patients. Results: among the 24 patients, only 1 patient died due to the failure of rescue, while the other 23 patients passed the critical period after rescue. In addition, during the subsequent nursing, the condition gradually improved. Under the doctor's advice, the patient continued to take warfarin orally until she was discharged from the hospital. The overall improvement rate was 95.83%. Conclusion: for patients with acute pulmonary embolism, effective emergency treatment with the most standardized measures in the shortest time can greatly improve the final emergency effect and save more patients' lives.
Acute Pulmonary Embolism; First Aid; Crisis; Standardized Rescue; the Rescue Method