Intraoperative Care of Direct Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Treatment on Patients with Acute ST- segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction
SU Hong;CHANG Li;SUN Yanhua;Chinese Medicine Hospital of Xuzhou City;
Objective To investigate the important role of intraoperative care during direct percutaneous coronary intervention( PCT) treatment on patients with acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction( STEMI). Methods By retrospectively analyzing 70 patients receiving direct coronary artery interventional therapy of acute ST- segment elevation myocardial Infarction in terms of the clinical data,treatment procedures,nursing intervention to explore the significance of intraoperative care on enhancing the success rate of PCI. Results 69 cases were successful; the success rate was 98. 57%. 1 case of elderly patient died who was with acute extensive anterior myocardial infarction and heart failure; the mortality rate was 1. 43%. Conclusion Accurate judgment and the rapid implementation of intervention led to successful operation; close observation and intraoperative cooperation are the guarantee of successful intervention. The highly qualified nursing plays a significant role in the success rates of PCI.