Effect of Continuous Nursing on Pain and Quality of Life in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis
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Keywords

Continuous nursing
Rheumatoid arthritis
Quality of life

DOI

10.26689/jcnr.v5i6.2799

Abstract

Objective: To explore the effectiveness of continuous nursing in the treatment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis for relieving pain and improving the quality of life of patients. Methods: A total of 80 patients with rheumatoid arthritis were treated in our department from January to August 2021. All patients were treated with continuous nursing, and their quality of life and pain related content were evaluated before admission examination, and their quality of life and pain after discharge were evaluated. Results: The pain degree of patients before continuous nursing intervention was 3.26 ± 0.12, and the pain degree score after nursing was 1.22 ± 0.23, t = 70.3344, P < 0.05. The difference is obvious and comparable; The scores of emotional function, role physical, social function, physical pain, physiological function, mental health, life vitality and overall health of patients before continuous nursing intervention were 71.33 ± 1.23, 72.12 ± 1.36, 71.56 ± 1.42, 73.25 ± 2.01, 74.36 ± 0.96, 73.12 ± 2.45, 72.98 ± 1.63 and 73.56 ± 1.26 respectively, and the scores of emotional function, role physical, social function, body pain, physiological function, mental health, life vitality and overall health were 91.66 ± 1.03, 93.23 ± 1.36, 92.69 ± 1.06, 93.69 ± 1.47, 92.98 ± 1.69, 95.36 ± 1.23, 94.01 ± 1.66 and 94.06 ± 1.69 respectively, P < 0.05. The differences are comparable. Conclusion: Through continuous nursing intervention, after rheumatoid patients are discharged from hospital, the degree of pain of patients is significantly reduced, and the quality of life is significantly improved. Patients can actively integrate into social life and maintain a good attitude.

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