Analysis of the Effect of Comfortable Nursing Combined with Bisoprolol on Exercise Blood Flow of Patients with Pulmonary Heart Disease by Biomicroscope

  • Lingchu Dong
Keywords: Biomicroscopy, Comfort Care, Bisoprolol, Pulmonary Heart Disease, Cardiopulmonary Function, Blood Cells

Abstract

Our Objective is to explore the effect of comfortable nursing combined with bisoprolol on exercise blood flow
in patients with pulmonary heart disease using a biological microscope. 78 patients with pulmonary heart
disease admitted to the hospital were randomly divided into conventional group and combined group, 39 cases
in each. Both groups were given comfortable care, and the combined group was given bisoprolol treatment.
Before and after treatment, the biological microscope was used to observe the sample composition of the two
groups of patients, and to compare the changes of vascular endothelial function, cardiopulmonary function,
blood gas indexes and blood cells before and after treatment. Before treatment, there was no significant
difference in cardiopulmonary function between the two groups (P>0.05); after treatment, the improvement of
cardiopulmonary function in the combined group was significantly greater than that in the conventional group
(P<0.05), and the endothelial function in the combined group was significantly increased P<0.05). Platelets in
the conventional group were more susceptible to morphological changes than the combined group. The RCD
filtration index of the conventional group and the combined group was significantly different (P<0.01). PaO2,
PaCO2 and SaO2 were statistically significant in the interaction between groups and at different time points
(P<0.05~0.01). Bisoprolol combined with comfortable nursing can obviously protect vascular endothelial
function and lung function, and effectively improve heart function, improve patient's exercise tolerance, and
have no obvious inhibitory effect on lung function.

Published
2020-04-01