Application of Continuously Individualized Health Education for Patients Undergoing Percutaneous Transhepatic Biliary Drainage with Long-term Indwelled Tube
MO Shu-zhen, OU Yang-xin,KANG You-gen Central hospital of Xiangtan city, Xiangtan, 411100, Hunan
Objective To explore the application value of continuously individualized health education for patients undergoing percutaneous transhepatic biliary drainage with long-term indwelled tube. Methods 82 patients undergoing percutaneous transhepatic biliary drainage with long-term indwelled tube were randomly. divided into control group and experiment group 41 patients were assigned to each group with clinical observation of 3 months. Patients in experiment group received continuously individualized health education during the process of drainage tube placement and follow-up after discharge, while patients in control group were provided with regular health education and discharge guidance. Patients' knowledge of indwelled tube drainage, their satisfaction degree toward nurses' work and catheter nursing after discharge between these two groups were evaluated. Results Patients' knowledge level in experiment group is 87.80%, which is apparently higher than that of control group. Their satisfaction degree toward nurses' work is better in experiment group. Furthermore, drainage-related complications in experiment group is lower than that of control group. Conclusion Continuously individualized health education can improve patients' understanding on drainage tube and their ability of self care toward drainage tube. It also increases patients' satisfaction degree and reduces drainage-related complications.
【CateGory Index】： R473.73