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Abstract

The Roy Adaptation Model Assesses Quality Care for Patients with Angina Study on the Influence of Treatment Compliance and Effectiveness

Author(s): Y. N. Luo*, X. J. Jiang, R. Liu and C. L. Qin
School of Nursing, Yongzhou Vocational and Technical College, 1School of Nursing, Hunan University of Chinese Medicine, 2Intensive Care Unit, Yongzhou First People’s Hospital, Yongzhou 425000, China

Correspondence Address:
Y. N. Luo, School of Nursing, Yongzhou Vocational and Technical College, Yongzhou 425000, China, E-mail: [email protected]


To evaluate the effect of quality care on treatment compliance and efficacy of angina patients with Roy adaptation model is the main objective. 70 patients with angina pectoris admitted to a hospital from April 2019 to April 2020 were randomly selected as study subjects and set as the study group. Retrospective analysis was performed on 70 patients with similar angina previously received in this hospital and the patients were set as the control group. Different nursing intervention methods were used to compare the clinical effect of nursing. Symptom check list 90 score and social disability screening schedule score of the study group were significantly better than those of the control group (p<0.05) and the difference was statistically significant. Compared with the control group, patients in the study group had lower incidence of complications, fewer angina attacks, shorter duration of attacks, more significant improvement effect of blood pressure and heart rate indicators, higher overall treatment compliance and higher nursing satisfaction (p<0.05), with statistically significant differences. Roy adaptive model evaluation of quality care can improve the overall nursing effect of patients, make patients more compliant with treatment and effectively control the progress of the disease, suitable for clinical application.

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