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Abstract

Effect of Continuous Nursing on Nursing Effect, Quality of Life and Satisfaction of Children with Pneumonia

Author(s): Yanan Liu, H. Ren1, Jing Guo and Dan Su*
Department of Pediatric Internal Medicine, 1Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hebei Hengshui People's Hospital, Hebei Hengshui 053000, P.R. China

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Department of Pediatric Internal Medicine, Hebei Hengshui People's Hospital, Hebei Hengshui 053000, P.R. China

To explore the effect of continuous nursing intervention on children with pneumonia, survival status and nurse-patient relationship, 90 patients with pediatric pneumonia admitted to the Hebei Hengshui People's Hospital from May 2017 to June 20, 2017 were divided into the regular group and the continuous group according to the order of admission. Each group had 45 children. The routine group received general care and the continuity group received continuous care and compared with the previous group to observe the correlation between the nursing effect, clinical symptom improvement time, quality of life, satisfaction and complications of the two groups. The probability of effectiveness in the continuous group was 95.55 %, which is higher than the other group’s 75.55 %. The two groups were meaningful (X2=4.094, p<0.05); the duration of body temperature decline in the continuous group (1.75±0.65), cough remission time (4.24±1.12), lung rales remission time (4.15±0.89) and shortness of breath relief (2.65±0.65) were less than the routine group temperature drop time (2.85±0.95), cough relief Time (5.95±1.85), lung rales remission time (5.68±1.25) and shortness of breath relief (3.45±0.75). The time changes in the 2 groups were increased (p<0.05); Before the nursing, the living conditions of the 2 groups were small (p>0.05). After the nursing, the above factors were increased in both groups (p<0.05), and the continuous group improved better (p<0.05). The satisfaction degree of the two groups was 41 (91.11 %), 33 (73.33 %), the difference between the 2 groups was large (p<0.05); the side effects during the 2 groups of care 8.89 %, 26.67 %; the two groups had a change (p<0.05). Continuous care helps children with pneumonia to improve disease, reduce the time of pain, reduce medical disputes, reduce heart muscle and lung failure, and is worthy of application.

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