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Therapeutic effect of improved emergency nursing procedure on the thrombolysis of Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) patients

Objective: This research was to study the influence of the improved emergency treatment procedure on the therapeutic effect of thrombolysis on Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) patients.

Methods: 52 AMI thrombolysis patients that our department received and cured through the improved emergency treatment procedure from May to December 2016 are selected into the observation group. 52 AMI thrombolysis patients that our department received and cured through routine nursing from May to December 2016 are selected into the Control Group. A comparison is conducted on the effect of thrombolysis, the length of hospital stays, and the hospitalization expense and recurrence rate in the hospital between the two above-mentioned groups.

Results: In the comparison with the control group, the observation group manifests a relatively shorter length of time in the emergency room, thrombolysis treatment and bed rest. Meanwhile, the success rate of thrombolysis is higher than the control group, and there is significant difference between the two groups (p<0.05). No significant difference is manifested in the comparison between the two groups in the hemorrhage rate (p>0.05). There is a significant difference between the two groups, the observation group manifests a shorter length of hospital stays, lower hospitalization expense and AMI recurrence rate in the hospital than the control group (p<0.05).

Conclusion: The improvement of the emergency nursing procedure can enhance the efficiency of thrombolysis, shorten the length of hospital stays, reduce the recurrence rate and ultimately, reinforce the quality of nursing for AMI patients.

Author(s): Haiying Wu, Wenjing Zhang, Hongmei Ma, Li Li