Surgical cooperation and nursing of total knee arthroplasty in the treatment of bone tumors around the knee joint
ZHOU Yao;HE Jingguo;SONG Huimin;Department of Operation Room,Nanchong Central Hospital;Department of Orthopedics,Nanchong Central Hospital;
Objective To investigate the surgical cooperation and nursing of total knee arthroplasty in the treatment of bone tumors around the knee joint. Method The clinical data of 102 patients with bone tumor around the knee joint were analyzed retrospectively. The intraoperative cooperation and the results of pre-and post-operation visits of total knee arthroplasty were investigated. Result The pain scores of 102 patients on the 1 st hour, the 1 st day and the 3 rd day were(3.31±0.03),(2.78±0.10) and(2.40±0.23), respectively; and the pain scores on the 1 st day and the 3 rd day were significantly decreased compared with that on the 1 st hour(P0.01). After operation, the scores of anxiety and depression were(31.10±3.11) and(33.25±3.07), which were significantly lower than those(47.10±2.86) and(49.36±2.27) before the operation(P0.01). All patients completed the follow-up for 6-12 months, American Hospital for Special Surgery(HSS) knee score criteria was used to assess the knee function: 52(51.0%) cases were excellent, 50(49.0%) cases were good, 0(0)cases was medium, 0(0) cases was poor, and fine rate was 100%(102/102). Conclusion The patient's psychological pressure and postoperative pain can be relieved by preoperative individualized psychological nursing, the close coordination during the operation, the strict implementation of operating procedures and postoperative comprehensive care, which can also promote the rehabilitation of the disease.
【CateGory Index】： R472.3