Meta-analysis of Clinical Efficacy of Postoperative Rehabilitation Nursing for Patients with Cerebral Hemorrhage

  • Bo Wan
Keywords: Patients With Cerebral Hemorrhage, Postoperative Recovery, Meta Analysis, Recovery Time, Clinical Curative Effect

Abstract

In the US national institutes of health, Meta analysis software was used to analyze the effect of cerebrovascular
accident grade and the clinical effect of rehabilitation care for patients with cerebral hemorrhage to evaluate its
effectiveness. The purpose of the software is to evaluate the effectiveness of rehabilitation care provided by the
national institutes of health for patients with intracerebral hemorrhage and to provide postoperative
rehabilitation services for patients with intracerebral hemorrhage. Cerebral hemorrhage occurs very rapidly, with
high morbidity, mortality and disability rates. Timely surgery can save the patient's life and improve the survival
rate, so postoperative recovery is particularly important, but modern nursing often ignores the patient's early
recovery. When the patient is safe, he often misses the best time to recover. In order to help reduce the
occurrence of postoperative complications in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage and support their quality of
daily life, this paper aims to study the meta-analysis of the clinical therapeutic effect of postoperative
rehabilitation and nursing in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage. In this study, the changes of life quality and
body function in postoperative rehabilitation nursing care of patients with cerebral hemorrhage in the
observation group and the control group were first analyzed by using mathematical statistics and meta-analysis
within the experimental scope. The degree of satisfaction of patients with cerebral hemorrhage after segmental
rehabilitation nursing was classified by statistical method. The probability of complications and death after
postoperative nursing was analyzed by using big data analysis method to fit the data. The experimental data
showed that the quality of life, physical function and satisfaction of the control group were significantly lower
than those of the observation group after rehabilitation nursing. In the postoperative complication outbreak rate,
although there was no significant change, the outbreak rate of the observer was still lower than that of the
control group, indicating the importance of rehabilitation care. Experimental data showed that the meta-analysis
of rehabilitation treatment after intracerebral hemorrhage surgery helped to improve the quality of life of
patients by 74.67%, effectively reduced the recovery time by 50.24%, and improved nursing satisfaction by
90.57% of the population, which promoted the patients to recover health as soon as possible, which was
clinically important.

Published
2020-02-01