Study on the effect of the intervention on traditional Chinese medicine negative heel shoes

Abstract

Abstract: In the clinical practice of orthopaedics, geriatric patients are prone to form and exhibit complex and diverse clinical complications during long-term bedridden treatment. This can result in poor survival rate and adverse final clinical outcomes. Hence, it is essential to select appropriate methods for nursing intervention and health care support for long term bedridden geriatricorthopaedic patients. It is of great significance to support and guarantee patients to obtain the best clinical results. This article focuses on the topic of interventional health effects of traditional Chinese medicine negative-heeled shoes in orthopaedic bedridden patients and two specific aspects were selected for a brief explanation.

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