Psychological Analysis and Corresponding Rehabilitation Nursing Measures of Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Complicated with Cerebrovascular Disease
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Xiuchun Sun, Bingjun Shi
To explore the psychological problems of patients with diabetes mellitus complicated with cerebrovascular disease and the corresponding rehabilitation nursing measures. Methods: The object of this study were 94 cases of patients with diabetes mellitus complicated with cerebrovascular disease who were treated in our hospital from November 2019 to November 2020. The clinical data of 94 patients with diabetes mellitus complicated with cerebrovascular disease were retrospectively analyzed. Combined with the psychological problems of patients, effective rehabilitation nursing measures were formulated. Results: The main psychological problems of 94 patients with diabetes mellitus complicated with cerebrovascular disease included 10 cases of anxiety, 9 cases of depression, 11 cases of obsessive-compulsive disorder and 12 cases of trance. The incidence of psychological problems was 44.7%. Among them, the anxiety of patients was divided into many kinds, such as initial anxiety, anxiety of worrying about illness, separation anxiety and anxiety of adjustment difficulty. After the corresponding rehabilitation nursing measures were taken, the incidence of psychological problems was 2.1%, and there was a big difference in the psychological status of patients before and after nursing (P < 0.05).
Diabetes; Cerebrovascular disease; Patients; Psychological problems; Rehabilitation nursing measures