Analysis on the Application Effect of Comprehensive Nursing Intervention in Postoperative Pain Nursing of Traumatic Fracture of Limbs
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Kan Shuangshuang, Liu Yan
objective: To analyze the effect of comprehensive nursing intervention on postoperative pain nursing of traumatic fracture of limbs. Methods: 60 cases of patients with traumatic fractures of limbs in our hospital were randomly divided into the observation group and the study group, 30 cases in each group. The control group received routine nursing and the observation group received comprehensive nursing, mainly for patients with postoperative pain assessment, using visual analog scale (VAS), pain score from 1 to 10 points, respectively, pain level, compared to patients with painless, mild, moderate, and severe pain accounted for, at the same time, compared two groups of patients with postoperative Barthal index value differences, combined with clinical criteria, dependence on nursing patients with moderately severe, moderate, the proportion of light, without having to rely on, collect a summary on the patients' satisfaction. Results: The pain score of the observation group was lower than that of the control group. The Barthal index dependence of the observation group was lower than that of the control group. The patients in the observation group had higher satisfaction with nursing; There was a significant difference between the two groups (P<0.05). Conclusion: Patients should be helped to reduce the sense of pain as soon as possible after the operation of traumatic fracture of limbs, so as to arrange the rehabilitation exercise smoothly, reduce the clinical dependence on nursing, improve the satisfaction of patients, can reduce the rehabilitation time of patients, reduce the pain of patients.
Comprehensive nursing, Traumatic fracture of limbs, Pain care, Application effect