Journal of Nursing

Discussion on Application of Humanized Nursing Care in the Respiratory Department

Yongqin Wang

Abstract


Objective: To explore humanized nursing care in the Respiratory Department. Method: Humanized nursing is offered to 143 patients who have been cured in the Respiratory Department of one hospital from January 2015 to May 2015, comprising 67 males and 76 females with age from 51 to 72. Result: The above humanized nursing has obvious effects on 143 patients (100%), has effect on 141 patients (98.6%) and no effects on two patients (1.40%) with the overall effective rate of 98.60%. Conclusion: Humanized nursing has good implementation effects in the Respiratory Department, improves life quality and satisfaction degree in nursing, so it is worth promoting clinically.

 


Keywords


Respiratory; Humanized nursing care; Satisfaction degree

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/jn.v5i4.32

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