Biomedical Research

Research Article - Biomedical Research (2017) Volume 28, Issue 20

Comprehensive nursing intervention effect in treating hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage by minimally invasive surgery

Purpose: In the present study we analysed the effect of comprehensive nursing intervention for patients with hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage treated by minimally invasive surgery.

Method: We collected and analysed the clinical data of 2600 patients with hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage, who were received by hospitals from June 2013 to January 2016. These patients were randomly divided into two groups with equal number of patients, and both groups of patients were treated with minimally invasive surgery. After surgery, the two groups were applied with different nursing methods and named as comprehensive nursing group and control group, respectively. There are 1300 patients in each group. We compared two groups in terms of SAS and SDS scores, Fugl-Meyer score, and Barthel index before and after nursing treatment.

Results: It was evident after nursing therapy, there are significant improvements for both groups in terms of SAS and SDS scores, Fugl-Meyer score, and Barthel index, wherein the comprehensive nursing group enjoys a higher degree of improvement. These parameters before and after nursing treatment are of statistical significance (P<0.05). Both groups of patients are subjected to different degrees of urinary infection and pulmonary infection during treatment, and the comparison between control group and comprehensive nursing group is of significant difference, P<0.05.

Conclusion: After performing minimally invasive surgery for patients with hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage, it is necessary to adopt comprehensive nursing intervention, which can significantly improve the psychological status and movement function of the patients. Therefore it should strengthen the application of comprehensive nursing intervention in clinical practice.

Author(s): Gang Wang, Junnian Song

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