Objective To investigate the effect of nursing intervention on postoperative recovery of knee joint function of patients with patella fracture. Methods A total of 102 patients with patella fracture surgery were divided into two groups,the control group with 51 cases was given routine care and another 51 cases in the observation group were additionally given rehabilitation care.Rehabilitation of knee joint function after nursing intervention was observed. Results The cure rate and total efficiency rate in the observation group were significantly better than that in the control group（ P 〈 0. 05）. After two weeks of care,the patients in the two groups had significant improvement in swelling condition,Pain Visual Analogue Scale score,and HSS score compared with 3 days after nursing（ P 〈 0. 05）. Pain,morning stiffness,joint function and total scores in the observation group were significantly lower than that in the control group（ P 〈 0. 05）. Conclusion Nursing intervention can promote the postoperative recovery of knee function,and enhance quality of life of patella fracture patients.
Journal of Clinical Medicine in Practice
knee function recovery