International Journal of Nursing Research. 2020; 2: (1) 5; DOI:10.26855/j.ijnr.20200005.
Objective: To study the effect of humanized nursing during the nursing process of female patients with endocrine disorders in order to provide some reference for the nursing staff to carry out their work. Methods: In this experiment, 70 female endocrine disorders patients in our hospital from July 2018 to April 2019 were selected, and the patients were divided into two groups, the same number of patients. During the experiment, the nursing staff carried out routine nursing care for patients in group A and humanized nursing care for patients in group B. Statistics and records of the quality of life scores, satisfaction of nursing care, and occurrence of adverse events were recorded in both groups[15-17]. Results: The results of the study showed that compared with group A, patients in group B had higher quality of life scores, and there were significant differences between the two groups of patients, with statistical significance (p <0.05). Compared with group A, patients in group B had nursing satisfaction Higher, the difference between the two patients was significant and statistically significant (p <0.05); compared with group A, the incidence of adverse events was lower in group B patients, and the difference between the two patients was larger and statistically significant ( p <0.05)[18-19]. Conclusion: In the process of nursing women with endocrine disorders, humanized nursing has a good effect, which can promote the improvement of patients' quality of life scores and nursing satisfaction to a certain extent, and reduce the occurrence of adverse events, which has certain practical significance[20-22].