The Application of the Concept of Rapid Rehabilitation Surgery in Perioperative Nursing of Patients with Bladder Tumor Resection
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Wang Xi, Zhu Wanying, Tian Tian
Objective: To analyze the clinical effect of rapid rehabilitation nursing in the perioperative period of bladder tumor resection. Method: A total of 50 bladder tumor patients who underwent electrotomy in our hospital from March 2019 to March 2020 were randomly divided into the control group and the experimental group, with 25 cases in each group. The control group received routine nursing, while the experimental group received rapid rehabilitation nursing. The complications of the two groups and the degree of satisfaction with the nursing work were compared, and the corresponding conclusions were drawn. Results: Compared with the experimental group and the reference group, the satisfaction degree of perioperative nursing work was lower in the reference group (84.00%) than in the experimental group (96.00%). The complication rate of the control group (20.00%) was much higher than that of the experimental group (8.00%). By comparing the bed time and average hospitalization time of the experimental group and the control group, the experimental group was lower than the control group in the above indicators, indicating that the experimental group recovered faster. The difference was statistically significant (P<0.05). Conclusion: Electricity cut method with rapid rehabilitation concept intervention of perioperative nursing in patients with bladder tumor, really is more effective than single routine nursing intervention, patients with complications, ease is more satisfaction to nursing work, clinical recommendations will be rapid rehabilitation surgery concept into the line cutting technique of perioperative nursing of patients with bladder tumor.
Bladder tumor, Electricity cut method, Perioperative period, Rapid recovery, Surgical nursing