Clinical Effect of Nursing Intervention on Rehabilitation of Patients with Limb Swelling after Limb Fracture Operation
The main aim is to analyze the clinical effect of nursing intervention on rehabilitation of patients with limb swelling after limb fracture operation. The observation group and the control group, each group of 55 patients, the control group patients take routine nursing intervention, the observation group to strengthen comprehensive nursing intervention, compared the two groups of patients with nursing intervention effect (limb swelling degree, pain degree, nursing satisfaction, rehabilitation effect, complication rate) for comparative analysis. In the control group, the degree of limb swelling during the post-operative investigation period was significantly higher than that of the observation group. In the control group, 0 points accounted for 18.2%, 1 point accounted for 27.3%, 2 points accounted for 41.2%, and 3 points accounted for 12.7%. In the observation group, 0 points accounted for 32.7%, 1 point accounted for 45.5%, 2 points accounted for 18.2%, and 3 points accounted for 3.6%. The pain scores of the two groups before treatment were relatively close. After the nursing, the pain score of the observation group was much better than that of the control group. The recovery rate of the observation group reached 94.5%, and the recovery rate of the control group. Only 89.1%, lower than the rehabilitation effect of the observation group, the rehabilitation effect of the observation group was better than that of the control group; the nursing satisfaction of the observation group reached 96.4%, which was much higher than the nursing satisfaction of the control group. (81.8%). The nursing satisfaction of patients in the observation group was higher than that of the control group. The clinical effect of intensive nursing intervention on rehabilitation of patients with limb swelling after limb fracture operation is better, which can effectively reduce the complications after operation and improve the nursing effect.