Exploration on the Application Effect of Optimized Nursing and Intraoperative Heat Preservation on Laparoscopic Surgery
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Objective To explore the application effect of optimized nursing and intraoperative heat preservation in laparoscopic surgery. Methods Sixty-four patients who underwent laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery in our hospital from January to August 2020 were selected as the survey subjects of this study. According to the admission sequence number, they were randomly divided into study group and control group, with 32 patients in each group. The control group carried out routine perioperative nursing intervention; the research group carried out optimized nursing cooperation and supplemented the patients with heat preservation during the operation, and observed the application effects of the two nursing modes. Results The patients in the study group were better than the control group in terms of treatment time, hospital stay, doctor’s satisfaction with surgery, positive incidence of postoperative complications, and body temperature changes within different periods of time. The difference was significantly statistically significant (P <0.05). Conclusion When performing laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery, it is necessary to implement intraoperative warmth measures for patients as appropriate, optimize nursing cooperation, improve hospital work efficiency, help patients recover as soon as possible, and reduce the incidence of postoperative adverse reactions.
Nursing cooperation, Keeping warm during operation, Laparoscopic surgery, Effect evaluation