Effect of Predictive Nursing Intervention on Patients with Postpartum Hemorrhage after Cesarean Section

Pu Quanyan

Abstract


Objective: To study the effect of predictive nursing intervention on patients with postpartum hemorrhage after cesarean section. Methods: 84 delivery women who had been hospitalized for cesarean section from July 2016 to July 2017 were recruited. They were divided into experimental and reference groups by random number table method. Each group had 42 cases. Among them, the reference group adopted the routine nursing mode. On this basis, the experimental group adopted the predictive nursing intervention mode. The amount of postpartum hemorrhage and the causes of bleeding in two groups were compared and analyzed. Results: The volume of postpartum hemorrhage in two hours and 24 hours after operation in the experimental group were lesser compared to reference group. Compared with the reference group, the proportion of postpartum hemorrhage causes, such as incision bleeding, uterine atony bleeding, placental bleeding and vascular rupture bleeding was lower in the experimental group. Besides, the delivery women and family members in the experimental group had higher total satisfaction compared to reference group. The difference between two groups was significance (p<0.05). Conclusion: The results showed that predictive nursing intervention model plays an important role in the nursing of postpartum hemorrhage after cesarean section and should be popularized and applied in clinical practice.


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