Journal of Nursing

Study of Nursing Countermeasure of Senile Oblique Inguinal Hernia Complication

Libi Zhou

Abstract


Objective: To explore the nursing strategy of senile oblique inguinal hernia complication. Method: the postoperative observation, nursing and health guidance of 66 cases of senile oblique inguinal hernia complication patients’ hernia repair surgery were treated in our hospital from May 2014 to August 2015. Result: In this group, all patients’ incisions healed well and the patients recovered and left the hospital. Conclusion: the nursing work focuses on mental nursing, diet guide, disease observation and nursing for complication which can increase patients’ cure rate and living quality.


Keywords


Senile; Oblique inguinal hernia; Nursing countermeasure

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/jn.v4i4.26

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