International Journal of Medicine and Data. 2019; 3: (1) 4; DOI:10.26855/j.ijmd.20190004.
For the status quo of nursing services, we study to upgrade or improve the nursing, and compare the quality of services in some hospital surgical clinics. For this reason, we selected 90 patients and randomly selected them. classification. Divided into two categories, one is the observation group, and the other is the control group. Regarding the patients in the control group, the observation time was from February 2018 to February 2019. The observation group patients died of this period of time. They all received treatment from a surgical clinic. The control group was routinely treated and the observation team provided quality care. The SBP (systolic blood pressure) and DBP (diastolic blood pressure) of the selected two groups were compared before and during surgery. Postoperative pain was assessed by VAS. The Depression Score (SDS) also has an Anxiety Score (SAS), which is used to compare whether the patient's psychology has changed before and after treatment. On this basis, the satisfaction of nursing was compared. The results of the comparison were not surprising. The diastolic blood pressure and systolic blood pressure of the control group were significantly higher than those of the observation group. In the satisfaction score, the overall satisfaction of the observation group was 97.8%, while the satisfaction of the control group was only 77.8%. The score of the observation group was significantly better than that of the control group. The conclusion is that such care services are well worth promoting.