International Journal of Nursing Research. 2020; 2: (1) 11; DOI:10.12208/j.ijnr.20200011.
Objective: To explore the clinical nursing measures of patients with gynecological acute abdomen. Methods: A total of 85 study subjects were selected in this controlled experiment. They were treated in our hospital from January to August 2019, and all were gynecological acute abdomen patients. Patients met the inclusion criteria, and targeted emergency care was performed on the patients. Complications and hospitalization indicators of the patients were examined after the operation. Results: In this experiment, all patients were effective in rescue, and the effective rate was (100%). Emergency surgery was performed on 61 patients, 1 case of incision infection, 1 case of urinary retention, and 2 cases of pain. (4.71%). Conclusion: For gynecological acute abdomen patients who need urgent treatment, the nursing staff should maintain rigorous work attitude and targeted nursing measures to help patients ease the symptoms as soon as possible.