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Pain Control and Influencing Factors of Specialized Nursing Intervention after Traumatic Orthopedic Surgery

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DOI: 10.23977/medsc.2022.030717 | Downloads: 11 | Views: 455

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Yuan Jiang 1

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1 Nursing Department, Shanghai Tenth People's Hospital, Shanghai 200072, China

Corresponding Author

Yuan Jiang

ABSTRACT

In the increasingly prominent aging problem, the incidence of orthopedic diseases cannot be ignored, which not only affects the health of the elderly, but also leads to the main cause of the elderly's mobility inconvenience. This article mainly studied the pain control and its influencing factors of specialized nursing intervention after traumatic orthopedic surgery. This paper discusses the effect of professional nursing interventions on pain control of patients after traumatic orthopedics surgery. To seek a scientific rehabilitation exercise intervention program suitable for patients after orthopaedic trauma surgery, to provide a reference for the realization of continuous and effective pain control and rehabilitation exercise for patients after orthopaedic trauma surgery. The experimental results show that the professional nursing intervention has achieved a good effect on pain control of patients after traumatic orthopedics surgery, reducing the pain of patients, improving the pain self-evaluation and pain coping ability of patients, and improving the satisfaction of patients after surgery.

KEYWORDS

Orthopedic Trauma, Nursing Intervention, Pain Control, Influencing Factors

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Yuan Jiang, Pain Control and Influencing Factors of Specialized Nursing Intervention after Traumatic Orthopedic Surgery. MEDS Clinical Medicine (2022) Vol. 3: 100-107. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/medsc.2022.030717.

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