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《Modern Clinical Nursing》 2012-04
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Nursing of complications from arterial occlusion of lower extremity treated with percutaneous balloon angioplasty and thrombolysis

Peng Xiaoyan,Wu Miaoli,Gu Jinyan  
Objective To summarize the nursing key points of complications from arterial occlusion of lower extremity treated with percutaneous balloon angioplasty and thrombolysis.Methods 18 patients with complications from arterial occlusion of lower extremity were treated with percutaneous balloon angioplasty and thrombolysis.The complications as well as the nursing interventions were summarized.Results Of the 18 patients,17(94.4%) had blood circulations in lower extremities recovered and were discharged when rest pains and palsy were alleviated.1 patient died from acute renal failure.7 of them(38.9%) had postoperational complications and one of them(5.6%) contracted with stress hyperglycemia,1(5.6%) with hypertensive crisis,1(5.6%) with lacunar infarction combined with pneumonia,2(11.1%) with ecchymosis at punctured spots,1(5.6%) with upper gastrointestinal bleeding and 1(5.6%) with acute renal failure.Conclusions Percutaneous balloon angioplasty has a high incidence of complications.Mastery of the complication-related nursing knowledge,prospective assessment of the complications,close observation of the complications and effective measures to prevent them may be effective for the prevention of complication so as to alleviate the patient's sufferings.
【CateGory Index】: R473.5
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