Objective: The emergency green channel in patients with acute cerebral haemorrhage clinical rescue was investigated in the result analysis.
Methods: Between January 2012 and January 2013, a total of 68 patients with acute cerebral haemorrhage were treated as the main object of the present study and randomly divided into the observation (n=34) and control groups (n=34). The control group includes patients without prehospital emergency green channel, whereas the observation group includes patients in prehospital emergency green channel. In the two groups of patients, the treatment time, clinical curative effect, and daily life ability score (Barthel Index), and motor function (FMA score) were evaluated and compared.
Results: The treatment time of the observation group is significantly shorter than that of the control group. The clinical curative effect of the observation group is superior to that of the control group. The observation group is significantly better than the control group when the Barthel index and FMA scores of both groups are compared; the difference is statistically significant (P<0.05).
Conclusion: The effective emergency green channel in patients with acute cerebral haemorrhage treatment grasps timely treatment, improves the success rate of the rescue, and promotes getting the patients with exact auxiliary treatment, thereby improving prognosis and the quality of survival that is worthy of clinical popularization and application.