International Journal of Nursing Research. 2020; 2: (5) ; 10.12208/j.ijnr.20200227.
Objective: To analyze the value of personalized rehabilitation nursing in the postoperative respiratory function recovery of critically ill patients in thoracic surgery. Methods: The experiment time was from July 2019 to August 2020. The subjects were critically ill patients in the thoracic surgery department of our hospital who underwent surgery. A total of 58 people participated in this experiment. This experiment was carried out by numbering and grouping, and the control group and the experimental group were determined according to the numbering results. The patients in the control group were treated by basic nursing methods, and the patients in the experimental group were treated by basic nursing combined with personalized rehabilitation nursing methods. The relevant indicators of respiratory function and nursing satisfaction of the two groups were analyzed and compared. Results: A systematic analysis of this experiment showed that the total lung volume, maximum respiratory flow rate, vital capacity and tidal volume of the experimental group of patients all improved significantly, and the differences in respiratory function indexes between the two groups were prominent, (p<0.05 ); According to the analysis of this experiment, the nursing satisfaction of the experimental group of patients has been greatly improved, and the difference in nursing satisfaction between the two groups is prominent (p<0.05). Conclusion : Personalized rehabilitation nursing has a high application value in the postoperative nursing of critically ill patients in thoracic surgery, and it has an ideal effect in promoting the recovery of patients' respiratory function and improving patient care satisfaction.