Objective To observe the effect of rehabilitation training for stroke patients with dysphagia. Methods A total of 90 stroke patients with dysphagia were randomly divided into observation group and control group, with 45 cases in each group. The control group received routine nursing, and the observation group received systematic rehabilitation training on the basis of routine nursing. After nursing intervention, recovery of swallowing disorders by water swallow test, swallowing function by swallowing function scale (VFSS), and the dietary grading of patients were evaluated. Results The effective rate of recovery of dysphagia was 91.11% in the observation group, which was higher than 71.11% in the control group ( P <0.05). The average VFSS scale scores after 3 and 6 months of nursing intervention was higher in the observation group than that in the control group ( P <0.05). The proportion of normal food intake in the observation group was higher than that that in the control group ( P <0.05). Conclusion Systematic rehabilitation training for stroke patients with dysphagia is of great significance in improving the recovery effect of dysphagia, enhancing the swallowing function and promoting the intake of normal feeding.
Journal of Clinical Medicine in Practice