Nursing experience on intravenously infusion of hypophysin to treat patients with upper gastrointestinal bleeding
Shen Xuemei, Wang Chunrong, Liu Shenghui,et al (Third People's Hospital of Mianyang City Sichuan Province, Sichuan 621000 China)
Objective: To probe into nursing strategies for upper gastrointestinal bleeding patients treated with hypophysin intravenously infusion so as to decrease hypophysin effusion and to promote nursing quality. Method: A total of 40 cases upper gastrointestinal bleeding patients treated with hypophysin intravenously infusion admitted in our hospital from Jan. 2004 to Jun 2005 were summarized. Result: Among all 40 cases, 6 cases had developed effusion. After discontinued the infusion, given magnesium sulfate wet compressing and to raise affected limb, patients were healed well. Another 2 cases of the second grade damage induced by effusion were improved after corresponding properly treatment. Discussion: To prevent of venous effusion is very important for ensuring correctly intravenously infusion of hypophysin of upper gastrointestinal bleeding patients. Effusion damage can be effectively prevented by visiting in time, early discovering effusion and handling in time so as to raising patient's satisfaction and to reduce medical disputes.