Analysis on the Effect of Comfortable Nursing in the Nursing of Unstable Pelvic Fracture
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Wang Fengdan, Wang Ping, Jiang Yijun, Gao Fenghui
Objective: To analyze the effect of comfortable nursing intervention in patients with unstable pelvic fractures. Methods: All the samples in the nursing study were selected from the group of patients with self-hospital unstable pelvic fractures (from February 2019 to December 2019). In this study, 118 patients were randomly divided into the control group (n=59) and the observation group (n=59) with certain inclusion criteria as reference. The nursing intervention methods were routine nursing and comfort nursing respectively. After nursing, collect clinical data and analyze the effectiveness. Results: The complication data of the two groups of patients participating in the statistical study showed the difference (P<0.05), and the complication rate of the control group receiving routine care (22.03%) was higher than that of the observation group receiving comfort care (8.47%). The nursing satisfaction of the observation group (94.92%) was higher than that of the control group (83.05%), and the difference between the two groups was statistically significant (P<0.05). Conclusion: The patients with unstable pelvic fractures who received comfortable care all responded well, and the comparative clinical data also showed that the application effect was better than that of the conventional nursing group. The complications of this group of patients were significantly reduced, and they were more satisfied with the nursing work. Therefore, it was recommended to use this nursing intervention method clinically.
Comfort care, Unstable pelvic fracture, Complication prevention