Discussion on Postural Nursing of Femoral Neck Fracture in Elderly Patients after Artificial Femoral Head Replacement
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Yijun Jiang, Fenghui Gao, Fengdan Wang
Objective: To study and analyze the effective postural nursing methods for elderly patients with femoral neck fracture after the operation of artificial femoral head replacement. Methods: A total of 38 elderly patients with femoral neck fractures admitted to our hospital during the period from June 2019 to January 2020 were randomly selected. During the study, postural nursing was used to care for them. We also observed the incidence of complications and their satisfaction with the nursing process. Results: None of the 38 patients who participated in the study developed complications and were discharged from the hospital. In addition, of the 38 patients, 37 were satisfied with their care, accounting for 97.37% of the total. Conclusion: For elderly patients with femoral neck fractures, a series of postural nursing measures can effectively prevent other complications and promote their physical recovery if they can be helped to recover after artificial femoral head replacement surgery.
Elderly patients with femoral neck fracture, Postural nursing, Artificial femoral head replacement, Complications, Pressure sores