Study on the Effect of Pain Nursing Intervention in ENT Wards


Objective: To explore the effectiveness of pain nursing interventions for patients in ENT. Methods: The 200 ENT patients admitted from March 2018 to March 2020 were divided into observation group (n=100) and control group (n=100). The control group was used conventional clinical nursing methods, and the observation group received pain nursing intervention as a comparison with the control group. Results: The observation group had 83 cases, 14 cases and 3 cases of mild, moderate and severe pain, respectively, while the control group are of 43 cases, 43cases and 14 cases. Nursing intervention can significantly reduce the pain of patients after otolaryngology surgery, improve the quality of life of patients, and has high clinical value for application.