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Effects of transitional care on medicine-taking compliance and insight offirst hospitalized female schizophrenic patients / 中国心理卫生杂志
Chinese Mental Health Journal ; (12): 167-171, 2019.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-744724
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ABSTRACT
Objective:To explore the effect of transitional nursing on medicine-taking compliance and insight of first hospitalized female schizophrenic patients.Methods:Seventy female cases who met ICD-10 diagnostic criteria that were discharged after stable treatment were randomly divided into intervention group and control group, 35 cases for each group.The medicine-taking compliance of the two groups was evaluated by the Morisky medication adherence scale, and the treatment effect was evaluated by the Insight and Treatment Attitude Questionnaire (ITAQ).The follow-up period was two months after discharge with four assessment points.Results:The Morisky scores in intervention group at the end of 1 week[ (4.7±1.2) vs. (4.0±0.8) ], 2 weeks[ (5.1±1.2) vs. (3.8±1.1) ], 1 month[ (5.1±1.5) vs. (3.5±1.2) ]and 2 months[ (5.8±1.2) vs. (3.3±1.0) ]were higher than those in control group (F=52.74, P<0.001).The ITAQ scores in intervention group at the end of 1 week[ (3.4±2.1) vs. (2.9±1.4) ], 2 weeks[ (5.5±3.2) vs. (3.7±2.5) ], 1 month[ (4.6±2.7) vs. (4.5±2.7) ]and 2 months[ (6.9±3.4) vs. (3.9±2.6) ]were also higher than those in control group (F=7.12, P=0.010).Conclusion:Transitional nursing can improve the medicine-taking compliance and rehabilitation effect of first hospitalized female schizophrenic patients.

Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: Chinese Mental Health Journal Year: 2019 Type: Article
Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: Chinese Mental Health Journal Year: 2019 Type: Article