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《Today Nurse》 2013-01
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Nursing intervention on hypothermia due to transurethral resection of prostate

XIAO Yu-hua Operating room of Tongling city people's hospital,Tongling,244000,Anhui  
Objective To investigate effect on hypothermia of a series of nursing intervention implementing to patients received transurethral resection of prostate.Methods Chose 80 cases needed transurethral resection of prostate from January 2010 to December 2010 as our study object,and divided them into control group and observation group.Control group received routine care,while observation group were covered with blanket,warming lavage fluid to 37℃,and so on.Observed the vital signs in the 2 groups before and after surgery.Results There were no significant differences in the 2 groups with heart rate,body temperature,and mean arterial pressure(P0.05).From 60 min after starting surgery to postoperative,body temperature of the control group were lower than that of observation group(t=6.13,P0.05).Change of body temperature intraoperative in 2 groups was statistically significant(P0.05).Postoperative heart rate and body temperature of observation group were significantly higher,and mean arterial pressure was significantly lower(t=5.340,7.141,P0.01).Conclusion Taking integrated measures can maintain normal body temperature of transurethral resection patients,and reduce the intraoperative and postoperative complication.
【CateGory Index】: R473.6
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