Feasibility Analysis of Applying Comfortable Service Concept in Nursing of Femoral Neck Fracture
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Gao Fenghui, Zhao Ding, Wang Fengdan, Yu Wenjun
Objective: To analyze the feasibility of applying comfort service concept in nursing of femoral neck fracture. Methods: Eighty patients with femoral neck fracture in our hospital were randomly divided into the observation group and the control group, with 40 cases in each. The control group received routine nursing intervention, and the observation group received comfortable nursing in our hospital. Using Visual Analogue Scale Scale (Visual Analogue Scale, VAS), the evaluation of patients with pain domain, painless, mild pain, mild pain, severe pain four grades, assess the patient's pain, to collect the opinions of the patients, in combination with the evaluation of patients, a comfortable, comfortable, generally not comfortable contrast, and care for femoral neck fracture in patients with a swelling, dysfunction, pressure ulcers, urinary tract infection common concurrency problems, such as investigation and statistics. Results: There were more patients with mild pain than severe pain in the observation group, and more patients with severe pain in the control group. In the observation group, the number of patients who felt comfortable was higher than that of the control group. The number of cases of common concurrent problems such as swelling, dysfunction, bedsore and urinary tract infection in the observation group was lower than that in the control group, and there was a significant difference in the comparative analysis between the two groups (P<0.05). Conclusion: Taking comfort care is helpful for functional recovery of patients with femoral neck fracture and reducing the adverse symptoms and pain during hospitalization. Comfort service is more suitable for patients with femoral neck fracture and can be implemented and optimized clinically.
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