Objective To analyze the efficacy and safety of intensive care for neonatal jaundice blue light. Methods From April 2017 to April 2018, 88 children with jaundice admitted to our hospital were convenient selected and enrolled in the study. They were divided into study group and control group by random number table, with 44 children in each group. Both groups were treated with blue light irradiation. On this basis, the control group received routine nursing care, and the study group performed intensive risk care to compare the efficacy and safety of the two groups. Results The clinical efficacy of the two groups was compared. The total effective rate of the study group was 95.45%, which was significantly better than the total effective rate of the control group (88.64%). The difference was statistically significant (χ^2=6.271,P=0.004). The incidence of risk events in the two groups was compared. The study group had vomiting asphyxia (χ^2=4.568,P=0.002), repeated puncture (χ^2=4.172,P=0.012), skin lesions (χ^2=5.029,P=0.029), needle shedding risk incidence (χ^2=6.005,P=0.035) and ocular mask shedding (χ^2=4.282,P=0.008) and infection (χ^2=4.008,P=0.016) were lower than those of the control group, and the difference was statistically significant (P<0.05). Conclusion The implementation of intensive risk nursing measures for blue light irradiation in children with jaundice can improve the efficacy, reduce the probability of occurrence of risk events, and promote the rehabilitation and prognosis of children.
China & Foreign Medical Treatment
Intensive risk care
Blue light irradiation