Objective To explore the application effect of predictive nursing in the nursing of patients with acute cerebral hemorrhage. Methods From January 2017 to November 2018, 80 patients in the acute phase of cerebral hemorrhage admitted to our hospital were selected and divided into experimental group and control group by digital random distribution method. Forty-one patients in the experimental group received pre-existing nursing and 39 patients in the control group received routine nursing care. The clinical nursing results of the two groups were compared. Results The cerebral edema volume and supratentorial hematoma in the experimental group were significantly less than those in the control group. The conscious state score and cognitive score were significantly higher than the control group, gastrointestinal adverse reactions(2.44%), urinary tract infection(0%), Respiratory tract infection(0%) and lower extremity deep venous thrombosis(2.44%) were significantly lower than the control group(15.38%, 10.26%, 12.82%, 17.95%), P<0.05,the difference was statistically significant. Conclusion Predictive nursing in patients with acute cerebral hemorrhage can effectively reduce complications, hospitalization time is greatly shortened, quality of life is guaranteed, and nursing satisfaction is generally high,which is worthy of clinical application.
Acute phase of cerebral hemorrhage