Objective To explore the effect of early nursing inervention and functional ecercise on hand function of the patients with hand burn and plastic surgery. Methods 70 cases of patients with hand burns who underwent extremity plastic surgery were selected as the study subjects. 35 cases were selected as the control group, and they were given routine nursing. 35 cases were selected as the observation group, and they were given nurse-patient participation nursing. The rehabilitation confidence and hand function of the two groups were compared. Results One month after operation, the rehabilitation confidence of observation group was better than that of control group, and the satisfaction degree of nursing was higher than that of control group, the difference was statistically significant (P <0.05). In the observation group, TAM and Carroll's upper limb function were better than those in the control group at 3 months after operation (P <0.05). Conclusion Nurses and patients participate in nursing intervention to improve the rehabilitation confidence of patients with hand burns after plastic surgery, and maximize the recovery of hand function.
Chinese Journal of Aesthetic Medicine
nurse patient participation