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Assessment of Clinical Effect of Perioperative Comprehensive Nursing Intervention Pattern in 23G Minimally Invasive Vitreous Surgery


Background: We observed the clinical effects of comprehensive nursing intervention pattern in 23G minimally invasive vitreous surgery according to the comprehensive nursing intervention table developed by our hospital, which would supply a basis for its clinical application.

Methods: In this prospective study, we followed 120 patients undergoing 23G minimally invasive vitreous surgery from Xuzhou First People's Hospital from February 2013 to February 2015 and divided them into control and observation groups by a random number table (60 patients in each group). A regular nursing pattern was adopted for the control group, and a comprehensive nursing intervention pattern was adopted for the observation group. After that, a comparative analysis was made to identify the differences between the clinical effects of the two groups.

Results: Scores of cognition ratio, patient compliance and comfort level of patients in the observation group were higher than those of the control group were, and there was significant difference between the groups (P<0.05). Complication incidence of the observation group is significantly lower than that of the control group (P<0.05).

Conclusion: The comprehensive nursing intervention pattern developed by our hospital can improve clinical effects notably, which is of application value .We recommend it to be applied in eye diseases.



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Comprehensive nursing intervention 23G minimally invasive vitreous surgery Perioperative period

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SHEN J, LI S-Y, WANG J-Y, CHEN J, WANG W. Assessment of Clinical Effect of Perioperative Comprehensive Nursing Intervention Pattern in 23G Minimally Invasive Vitreous Surgery. Iran J Public Health. 2016;45(1):34-40.