Journal of Nursing

Monitoring and Nursing of NICU in Severe Craniocerebral injury

Jianchun Zhao, Xiaoli Li, Yingying Shi


Objective: To investigate the monitoring and nursing of severe craniocerebral injury (NICU) and improve the rescue rate to ensure the safety of patients. Methods: Fifty patients with severe craniocerebral trauma were enrolled in the study group, and 50 patients with severe craniocerebral trauma in the same ward were selected as the control group. The patients were monitored and compared with routine nursing. The hospital stay, adverse events Incidence. Results: The incidence of adverse events in the study group was significantly lower than that in the control group (P <0.05). In the study group, the hospitalization time was short and the hospitalization cost was less than that of the control group (P <0.05). Conclusion: NICU monitoring and nursing can reduce the incidence of adverse events, shorten the hospitalization time and reduce the economic burden of the patients with severe craniocerebral injury.


Severe head injury; NICU; Monitoring; Nursing

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