Objective To investigate the effects of targeted and individualized comprehensive nursing on infection in neonates born by parturients with premature rupture of membranes. MethodsA total of 400 parturients with premature rupture of membranes who were hospitalized and delivered in our hospital were enrolled in the stusy. They were divided into observation group ( n =200) and control group ( n =200) by random number table method.The 200 parturients in control group were treated by routine nursing,while the other 200 parturients in observation group,on the basis of control group,were treated by targeted and individualized comprehensive nursing.The degree of maternal anxiety and depression was evaluated by Self-rating Anxiety Scale (SAS) and Self-Rating Depression Scale (SDS).The incidence rate of maternal complications and neonatal outcomes were observed and compared between the two grousp. ResultsAfter treatment the SAS scores and SDS scores in observation group were significantly lower than those in control group ( P < 0.05).The vaginal delivery rate in observation group was significantly higher than that in control group (79.0% vs 60.0 %, P <0.05).The incidence rates of preterm delivery,puerperal infection and maternal infection in observation group (10.0%,1.5% and 2.0%) were significantly lower than those in control group (18.5%,5.0% and 6.5%, P <0.05).The incidence rates of perinatal infection and neonatal pneumonia in observation group (6.5% and 3.0%) were significantly lower than those in control group (12.5% and 7.5%, P <0.05). ConclusionThe targeted and individualized comprehensive nursing can relieve the anxiety and depression of pregnant women with premature rupture of membranes,improve the cesarean section rate,and reduce the incidence of maternal complications and neonatal infection.
Hebei Medical Journal
premature rupture of membranes
targeted and individualized comprehensive nursing