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Single eye care risk assessment is applied to safety management effect observation of low vision patients

Wei Li


Objective: to study the safety management of patients with low vision of ophthalmology, use the effect of nursing risk assessment sheet. Methods: August 2015 - April 2016 our hospital outpatient clinic of 48 patients with low vision as the research object, using a single nursing risk assessment of patients with safety management, the other will be in January 2015 - July 2015 low vision clinics in our unused 48 patients with nursing risk assessment list as a reference object, risk happening on two groups of patients care and nursing service satisfaction in the comparison. Results: the team of nursing service satisfaction 91.7% higher than that of control group patients were 75.0%, compared with control group, the statistical differences (P < 0.05). Conclusion: eye the safety management of patients with low vision, application of risk assessment sheet can effective nursing measures against risk, reduce risk, ensure the safety of patients.


an eye; Single nursing risk assessment; Low vision patients. Safety management; The effect

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