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Modern Clinical Nursing ; (6): 43-46, 2014.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-458693

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ObjectiveTo explore the effect of Chinese Daoyingong method on knee osteoarthritis.Methods Eighty patients with knee osteoarthritis were randomly divided into the experiment group and control group in equal number.The control group was given the routine medicine combined with Chinese fumigation and the experiment group was treated with Chinese Daoyin method beside the treatment in the control group.The two groups were compared in terms of the score on visual analog scale of pain and the score on knee function before and after treatment.Results The visual analog scale of pain in the experiment group was significantly lower than that in the control group after intervention and the score on knee function was significantly higher than that of control group (P<0.001). Conclusion The intervention with Chinese Daoyingong method plus routine medication and Chinese herbal fumigation is effective in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-419296

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Objective To evaluate the effect of stage health education on living-relative donor kidney transplantationrecipients.Methods Forty-eightliving-relativedonorkidneytransplantation recipients were randomly assigned to receive stage ( study group,n =24 ) or conventional health education (control group,n =24 ).ResultsIn comparison with the control group,the study group showed better awareness of kidney transplantation and improved satisfaction with nursing ( x2 =8.83,x2 =10.32,P <0.05).Conclusions Stage health education improves the awareness of renal transplantation and promotes mental and physical recovery,thus resulting in better quality of life of living-relative donor kidney transplantation recipients.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-422384

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Objective To evaluate the effect of health education on blood glucose level in patients undergoing renal transplantation.Methods Two hundred and four patients who underwent renal transplantation were randomly assigned to the control group(n =102)and the intervention group(n =102).Participants of the control group received traditional health education,and those in the intervention group received general health education.Food intake,physical exercises.disease-related knowledge,treatment satisfaction,fasting plasma glucose and 2 h blood glucose were assessed at 6 months.Results Daily diet,physical exercises,disease-related knowledge,treatment satisfaction,and blood glucose control were significantly improved in the intervention group(all P< 0.05).Conclusion General health education may contribute to the control of hyperglycemia and improve long-term survival of renal transplantation receivera.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-395237

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Objective To investigate the coping style and influencing factors of the recipients after relative kidney transplantation. Methods Medical coping modes questionnaire (MCMQ) and observa-tion interview were performed in the sampling survey, 56 case of recipients after relative kidney transplanta-tion according to the adopted standard were analyzed. Results The confronting score of all the cases were close to that of normal model, but the avoiding score and yielding score significantly increased. The prospective health conditions of the relative donors, function and survival time of the graft kidney, rejection reaction and other complication after transplantation were the main factors affecting the coping style of the recipients. Conclusions Based on the accurate evaluation of the coping style, nursing intervention should be aimed at the recipients following relative riving donor kidney transplantation, in order to help the recipients create a correct coping style and improve the survival rate of patient/kidney.

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