Nursing Analysis after Coronary Stent Implantation

  • He Huang


This study was designed to provide a transitional care model for patients undergoing coronary stenting and to explore ways to improve patient follow-up, medication, and healthy lifestyle compliance. Improve the quality of life of patients after coronary stent implantation, reduce the rate of readmission, improve the clinical efficacy of the disease, and reduce the economic burden of patients. The transitional care model used a single-blind, randomized controlled trial. In this paper, 100 patients with coronary stenting were collected from the Department of Cardiology of the top three hospitals using a convenient sampling method. According to the random number table, the 100 subjects were divided into a control group (50 cases) and an intervention group (50 cases). The intervention team provided personalized transitional care services based on routine discharge guidance. After intervention, the change of treatment compliance in the intervention group was higher than that in the control group (P<0.05), and the changes in the review and control were significant (P<0.01). After intervention, the total quality of life of the intervention group was higher than that of the control group (P<0.01), and the symptoms, psychosocial function, adverse reactions and treatment satisfaction were significantly changed (P<0.01). After the intervention, the blood pressure of the intervention group was lower than that of the control group (P < 0.05 at 1 month and 3 months after discharge, P < 0.01 at 6 months after discharge). The systolic blood pressure in the intervention group was reduced by 6.57 mmHg from baseline (P < 0.01). After intervention, total cholesterol in the intervention group decreased by 0.65mmol/L compared with baseline (P <0.01). The results show that the implementation of transitional care mode after coronary stent implantation is feasible and can effectively improve the quality of life and treatment compliance. Improving blood pressure, blood lipids, body mass index levels and reducing readmission rates are worth promoting.