Influence of far-infrared therapeutic apparatus combined with path-based
The health of internal fistula blood vessels in hemodialysis patients
Objective: To explore the effect of far-infrared therapeutic apparatus combined with path-based rehabilitation on the health of internal fistula blood vessels in patients with hemodialysis. Methods: In this study, 136 participants were admitted who had hemodialysis at our hospital between March 2019 and March 2021. They were divided into two groups based on their admission orders: a control group and a study group, each comprising 68 cases. Traditional rehabilitative nurse intervention was offered to the control group. On this basis, the study group received a far-infrared therapy device together with a path-based rehabilitation intervention, and the two groups' quality of life, dialysis adequacy, internal fistula blood flow, complication rate, and satisfaction were compared. Results: After the intervention, the VAS and PSQI scores were lower than those before the intervention, and the EQ-5D scores were higher than those. The study group's VAS and PSQI scores were substantially reduced than the control group's, but the EQ-5D scores were significantly higher than the control group's (P< 0.05); After the intervention, both groups' BUN and 24 h urine protein levels were lower than before the intervention, although their URR and KT/V were higher. KT/V were higher than those in the control group (P<0.05); the internal fistula blood flow and dialysis blood flow in the two groups increased significantly after 1 week of intervention and 1 month after intervention, and the fistula blood flow and dialysis blood flow in the study group were higher than those in the control group significantly increased (P<0.05); after intervention, the incidence of internal fistula vascular complications in the study group was 5.88%, which was significantly lower than that in the control group, 16.18% (P<0.05). 86.76% (P<0.05). Conclusion: The intervention of far-infrared therapeutic apparatus combined with path-based rehabilitation for hemodialysis patients can significantly improve the quality of life and dialysis adequacy, regulate the vascular circulation of internal fistulas, reduce the risk of adverse events, and improve nursing satisfaction, which is worthy of extensive clinical promotion.