Biomedical Research

Research Article - Biomedical Research (2018) Volume 29, Issue 2

Application of quality nursing to patients with cerebral thrombosis

Objectives: This study aims to explore the application of quality nursing to patients with cerebral thrombosis and determine its clinical effects on the disease.

Methods: A total of 131 patients with cerebral thrombosis admitted between April 2015 and July 2017 to the hospital where the author works were adopted as experimental subjects. Odd-even method was used to divide the patients into the control (66 cases) and test groups (65 cases), which were given with route and quality nursing, respectively. Finally, the two groups were compared in terms of overall response rate, satisfaction degree, Modified Barthel Index (MBI) rating, and hospitalization length.

Results: The overall response rate in the control group was 81.82%, which significantly increased to 98.46% in the test group (P<0.05). The patients’ satisfaction degree in the control group administered with route nursing was 77.27%, which significantly improved to 98.46% in the test group (P<0.05). The MBI rating also significantly improved in the test group (P<0.05). Moreover, the length of hospitalization was significantly (P<0.05) shortened in the test group compared with that in the control group.

Conclusions: Quality nursing is vital to clinical nursing of patients with cerebral thrombosis. This study verified the clinical effects of quality nursing on cerebral thrombosis. Results showed that quality nursing could improve the patients’ daily living activity and nursing satisfaction degree and shorten their length of hospitalization. These clinical effects of quality nursing can help optimize the prognosis of patients with cerebral thrombosis and contribute to their recovery.

Author(s): Zong-Yin Peng, Guo-Li Long

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