Impact of the Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior on the Physical and Psychological Health of Patients with Limb Fracture
Background: During rehabilitation, patients with limb fracture should receive physical and psychological nursing. The study aimed to explore the intervention effect of the Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior on the physical and psychological health of patients with limb fracture.
Methods: Convenience sampling was used to recruit patients with limb fracture who underwent orthopedic treatment in three hospitals in Zhejiang Province, China from 2021-2022. In total, 118 volunteers were recruited and randomly divided into intervention (n = 60) and control (n = 58) group. The control group received routine treatment and nursing of limb fracture, whereas the intervention group received nursing intervention under the Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior. The Self-rating Depression Scale (SDS), Self-rating Anxiety Scale (SAS), Athens Insomnia Scale (AIS), and Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) were used to evaluate the effect of nursing intervention under the Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior.
Results: The intervention group had significantly lower SDS, SAS, AIS, and VAS scores than the control group (P < 0.001) and significantly higher differences before and after treatment than the control group (P < 0.001).
Conclusion: The Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior can effectively improve the physical and psychological health of patients with limb fracture.
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