The influence of comprehensive nursing intervention on the clinical effect of right subaxillary small incision in the treatment of congenital heart disease in children
Background: Congenital heart deformities are of various types which affect children. Some are of simple structure, and some are of complex structure. Simple structures are easy to deal with and can be passed off without any treatment, whereas complex structures have to be dealt with upheaval surgeries, perhaps over a lengthy stint. Now, congenital heart ailments talk about the wrong maneuvering of blood through the heart. Children are at times born with such deformities, which might range from simple to life-threatening situations. Every abnormality doesn't need a vast approach to complex treatments.
Objective: Congenital heart ailments in children are clinically treated by creating a tiny hole which could be best referred to as an incision in medical terms. The brief nursing intrusion on the effect of the right subaxillary of the above-mentioned clinical effect has been under exploration.
Methods: A total of 40 children handled by the correct subaxillary incision method with congenital heart disease were chosen as subjects in our hospital from June 2016 to May 2020. According to the different nursing methods, the children were split further into two groups, namely the control group and the observation group. The control group adopted the general nursing method, and the observation group adopted the comprehensive nursing method. Ventilator assisted time, chest drainage, and hospitalization days were recorded in the two groups. Postoperative complications of the two groups were recorded to express the children's standard of life and compliance.
Results: The ventilator was even longer in the test category than in the control group, chest drainage, and hospitalization days. The control group’s complication rate was significantly higher than that of the observer group. The standard of living and obedience of children in the control group is inferior to those in the observation group.
Conclusion: Comprehensive nursing intervention effectively treats congenital heart disease in children with a right subaxillary small incision.