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The Effect of Patients Receiving Targeted Nursing Care on Bladder Spasm after Electrosurgical Resection of the Prostate

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DOI: 10.25236/icbcme.2021.020


Xiaoying Liu

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Xiaoying Liu


Objective To explore the clinical value of targeted nursing measures on patients with bladder spasm after prostatectomy. Methods A random sample of 72 patients who underwent electrovaporization of the prostate in our hospital from June 2019 to March 2020 was randomly divided into an observation group and a control group, 36 cases in each group, based on the admission serial number. The patients in the control group were given routine perioperative care, and the patients in the observation group were given evidence-based medicine targeted care. The probability, frequency, duration, disappearance time, pain degree of the onset and other indicators of the two groups of patients were compared and evaluated. Nursing effect. Results After operation, there were 4 cases of bladder spasm in the observation group. The total incidence was 11.11%, which was lower than 30.56% (11/36) in the control group. The difference between the groups was significant, and the comparison was statistically significant (P<0.05); In the observation group, the incidence of spasm was lower, the duration was shorter, the spasm disappeared earlier, and the pain degree was less when the spasm occurred. All indicators were relatively good compared with the control group. The differences between the groups were obvious and statistically significant (P<0.05). Conclusion The targeted nursing intervention for patients undergoing electrosurgical prostatectomy can prevent postoperative bladder spasm, relieve spasm pain, shorten the duration of complications, and have a positive impact on improving the prognosis of patients.


Prostatic hyperplasia, Vaporization resection, Evidence-based medicine, Nursing intervention, Bladder spasm