Effect of Vasoactive Drugs Application and Nutritional Support of Gastrointestinal Tract in ICU Patients under Nursing Control

  • Yuan Li
Keywords: Vasoactive drugs; Critically ill patients; Enteral nutrition; Cluster therapy


Vasoactive drugs are one of the most commonly used rescue drugs in ICU. Some patients even require large
doses of vasoactive drugs to maintain vital signs. In the process of pumping vasoactive drugs into critically ill
patients in ICU, the drug is often interrupted for a short time due to drug replacement. The hemodynamic
instability appears. This paper analyzes the application effect of clustering nursing on enteral nutrition in
critically ill patients with internal medicine. The observation group implemented the clustering nursing
measures, established the enteral nutrition management team, regularly organized the nursing staff to participate
in the specialized training of enteral nutrition, strengthened the health education on the nutrition knowledge of
patients and their families, and standardized the measures of enteral nutrition. The results showed that the
incidence of enteral nutrition complication in the observation group was 12% lower than that in the control
group (35%). There was no significant difference in TP, ALB and Hb between the two groups before enteral
nutrition. TP (63.14 ± 5.28) for enteral nutrition at 2W. g/L, ALB (31.25 ± 2.13) g/L, and Hb (109.51 ± 10.25)
g/L were higher than the control group. The application of bundled bundle therapy in enteral nutrition for
patients with critically ill patients can improve the enteral nutrition operation and knowledge of nursing staff
and patients. The compliance is high, the time to reach the target feeding time is shortened, and the
complications and infections are reduced. It is worth promoting.