Nursing Observation and Discussion of Primary Nephrotic Syndrome Complicated with Hyponatremia in Children
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Li Hongmei, Li Xiaoqing, Ding Panpan, Zhao Yuchun, Huali Song
objective: To explore the nursing needs of children with primary nephrotic syndrome complicated with hyponatremia, observe the nursing situation, and explore the effective nursing form to help children recover as soon as possible. Methods: 60 cases with primary nephrotic syndrome complicated with hyponatremia admitted to our hospital were selected for clinical analysis. The data of the children were collected and randomly divided into the control group and the observation group, with 30 cases in each group. The control group received routine nursing, the observation group received comprehensive nursing, and the observation group received synchronous clinical nursing. The incidence of clinical proteinuria, hypoproteinemia, high edema and hyperlipidemia in the two groups was compared. The effectiveness of nursing was compared, and the satisfaction of the family members of the children after nursing was compared. Results: After a period of synchronous nursing, the vital signs of the children were relatively stable, the incidence of macroproteinuria, hypoproteinemia, high edema and hyperlipidemia was lower than that of the control group, and the effectiveness and satisfaction of the observation group after nursing were higher than that of the control group. There was a significant difference in the comparative analysis between the two groups (P<0.05). Conclusion: Children with primary nephrotic syndrome complicated with hyponatremia, the clinical problems are more complex, should consider the nephropathy and hyponatremia in children, analysis of the specific manifestations of nephrotic syndrome, take the form of comprehensive nursing, to achieve the effect of comprehensive nursing.
Nephrotic syndrome, Hyponatremia, Nursing observation