International Journal of Nursing Research. 2019; 1: (1) 7; DOI: 10.26855/j.ijnr.20190007.
Objective: To explore the application value of accelerated rehabilitation nursing in the nursing of orthopedic hip surgery patients. METHODS: Eighty patients with hip surgery who were admitted to the Department of Orthopaedics 2018.3-2019.4 were grouped according to random principles. One group performed routine care (Group C) and one group implemented accelerated rehabilitation care (Group F). The two groups were compared for compliance, postoperative ventilation, bed-out, hospital stay, perioperative complication rate, and patient satisfaction. RESULTS: The compliance rate of patients in group F was 95.00% higher than that in group C. The patients in group F had less postoperative ventilation (6.12±2.34) h, get out of bed (9.47±3.38) h, and hospitalization time (11.43±2.14) d. In group C (8.48 ± 2.45) h, (12.45 ± 2.09) h, (15.56 ± 2.45) d, p < 0.05. The perioperative complication rate of group F was 2.50% less than that of group C 15.00%; and the patient satisfaction rate was 97.50% higher than that of group C 85.00%, p<0.05. Conclusion: Accelerated rehabilitation care provides patients with quality, planned, purposeful, and detailed care services that help improve patient compliance, comfort, and satisfaction, reduce perioperative complications, and improve postoperative status. Shorten the length of hospital stay and facilitate postoperative recovery.