Journal of Nursing

The Application Effect of High Quality Nursing Service in the Painless Gastroscopy Examination

Jina Guo

Abstract


Objective: To discuss the application effect of high quality nursing service in the painless gastroscopy examination. Methods: Selected 132 cases of patients with gastrointestinal tract disease admitted by my hospital from May 2012 to May 2013 as the research object, 132 cases of patients with gastrointestinal tract disease were all given painless gastroscopy examination, clinically, all of them were given high quality nursing service. Observed and recorded nursing effect. Results: Among 132 cases of patients, there were 3 cases appeared untoward effect such as choking cough, respiratory depression, abdominal pain, low blood pressure and other adverse reactions, the adverse reaction rate was 2.27% (3/132); 0 cases of hospital infection; 132 cases all had side effects of propofol (dizzy giddy, hands and feet became limp, but no case of fell down; 131 patients were satisfied with high quality nursing service, the satisfaction rate was 99.2% (131/132). Conclusion: The application effect of high quality nursing service in painless gastroscopy examination was remarkable.

Keywords


Painless gastroscopy; Gastrointestinal tract; Nosocomial infection

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/jn.v2i0.45

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