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Modern Hospital ; (6): 684-687, 2018.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-698899


Objective To explore the effect of hospital-community integration follow-up pattern on medication compliance in patients with mental disorder. Methods From January 2016 to January 2017, 96 patients were treated effectively with systemic therapy in psychosomatic department and TCM WM department, and 96 discharged mental disorder patients were treated with brief psychiatric rating scale (BPRS) ≤ 28. The patients were randomly divided into 48 cases in the intervention group and the control group; both groups were standardized medication; control group received an outpatient referral, intervention group combined with medical doctors in our hospital and community doctors for one year follow-up intervention. Observed the condition of illness and medication compliance after six months and one year intervention between two groups, compared the patient recurrence rate of one year after discharge. Results BPRS score of intervention group was significantly lower than control group (P<0. 01), the difference was statistically significant, while intervention group had higher compliance than control group (P<0. 01), and the difference was statistically significant. Recurrence rate (20. 83%) of intervention group was significantly lower than control group (38. 78%) ( 2 = 4. 03, P<0. 05), the difference was statistically significant. Conclusion Hospital-community integration follow-up has positive effect on stabilizing patients with mental disorder and improving compliance and decreasing relapse rate.