International Journal of Nursing Research. 2020; 2: (1) 4; DOI:10.12208/j.ijnr.20200004.
Objective: To investigate the effect of targeted nutritional nursing interventions in clinical nursing of patients with ulcerative colitis. Methods: In this study, 56 patients with ulcerative colitis were treated in our hospital. The treatment time was from May 2018 to September 2019. They were divided into two groups. The control group was mainly treated with routine care. During the nursing of patients in the observation group, routine nursing was the same as above, and targeted nutritional nursing intervention measures were added[15-18]. Results: The serum protein, total serum protein and other nutritional indicators of the observation group were significantly improved, and the values between the groups were comparable (P <0.05). The satisfaction survey was conducted in two groups of patients. There were 1 patient dissatisfaction in the observation group and 8 patients in the control group. The overall satisfaction was 96.43% and 71.43%, and the difference between the groups was comparable (P <0.05). Conclusion: By testing the nutritional indicators of patients with ulcerative colitis, under the premise of understanding the patient's condition, targeted nutritional nursing interventions can be performed to adjust the patient's diet to make it more scientific and rational. To a certain extent, it can improve the nutritional status of patients, enhance their immune capabilities, and play a greater role in clinical treatment[19-20].