Whole-Course Nursing Intervention on Postoperative Rehabilitation of Patients with Hypertensive Cerebral Hemorrhage in Basal Ganglia Region Treated by Microscope

  • Yan Xiong
Keywords: Whole-Course Nursing, Hypertensive Cerebral Hemorrhage, Experimental Research, Postoperative Rehabilitation


As people life quality steadily improve, the number of patients with hypertension and cerebral disease rate is
rising sharply, high pressure in patients with cerebral hemorrhage of basal ganglia region belongs to one of the
most common multiple parts of the acute cerebral hemorrhage of hypertension, the disease onset nasty, heavier
conditions, and the development is rapid, the characteristics of the high incidence and high death and morbidity.
The purpose of this paper is to solve the problem of postoperative rehabilitation nursing for patients with
cerebral hemorrhage. The whole process of nursing intervention is adopted to develop individualized and
dynamic nursing plan for patients with cerebral hemorrhage, which strengthens the association between nursing
and other disciplines. In addition, the data of patient satisfaction were analyzed and studied by means of
controlled experiments. The results show that the whole nursing intervention is very effective for the
postoperative rehabilitation of hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage in the basal ganglia region. Experiments show
that it cannot only effectively reduce the early incidence rate of various disease nursing complications in
patients with disease 35%, but also significantly improve the quality of daily life and work of patients with
hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage disease, shorten the length of hospital treatment of patients up to 45%, reduce
the burden of disease care of patients.