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Application Effect of Comprehensive Nursing Intervention in Nursing Children with Febrile Convulsion

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DOI: 10.23977/pedch.2020.010101 | Downloads: 58 | Views: 2258

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Shan Xiao 1

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1 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Jingzhou Central Hospital, Jingzhou, Hubei,China

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Shan Xiao

ABSTRACT

Objective: To observe clinical effect of comprehensive nursing intervention of children with febrile convulsion. Method: The 60 children with febrile convulsion who were received and treated in our hospital from January 2018 to March 2019 were classified into 2 groups with single blind method, and each group included 30 cases. Basic nursing was used to intervene in the control group, while the observation group received comprehensive nursing intervention. The nursing effect and nursing satisfaction of family members of two groups were compared. Results: The time of convulsion stop and fever abatement of observation group was shorter than that of control group; the frequency of convulsion occurrence was lower than that of control group; nursing satisfaction of family members was higher than that of control group, P<0.05. Conclusion: The effect of comprehensive nursing intervention on children with febrile convulsion is obvious.

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Child, Febrile Convulsion, Comprehensive Nursing, Nursing Effect

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Shan Xiao. Application Effect of Comprehensive Nursing Intervention in Nursing Children with Febrile Convulsion. Pediatrics and Child Health (2020) 1: 1-5. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/pedch.2020.010101.

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