The Nursing of the Patients with Severe Craniocerebral Trauma Treated by Hyperbaric Oxygen
Daoxin Jin, Yanhua Guan
Available Online September 2016.
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- Hyperbaric Oxygen, Severe Craniocerebral Trauma, Clinical Treatment, Nursing Effects, Glasgow Coma Scale
- Craniocerebral trauma is a complex pathological variation, and it is a kind of energy metabolic dysfunction, which freely generates and increases microcirculation disturbance in vivo. Along with the increment of free radicals, the dysfunction of energy metabolism and microcirculation, the brain tissue showed various degrees of necrosis or degeneration. The disease has high morbidity, mortality and disability rates. The survivors mostly suffer from varied degrees of dysfunction and completely unable to take care of themselves, this increases burden to families and society. In recent years, hyperbaric oxygen has been applied some craniocerebral trauma patients, this method can increase the cure rate of craniocerebral trauma and decrease the disability rate of central nervous function, and also improves clinical therapeutic effect. The report shows that performing corresponding nursing measures can further enhance the cure rate during the treatment in patients with craniocerebral trauma, however the conclusion has not been confirmed. In order to explore the effects of clinical treatment and nursing of hyperbaric oxygen in severe craniocerebral trauma patients, 16 patients achieved good results after the surgery in the hospital from June 2013 to March 2016. The results as follows.
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TY - CONF AU - Daoxin Jin AU - Yanhua Guan PY - 2016/09 DA - 2016/09 TI - The Nursing of the Patients with Severe Craniocerebral Trauma Treated by Hyperbaric Oxygen BT - 2016 4th International Education, Economics, Social Science, Arts, Sports and Management Engineering Conference (IEESASM 2016) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 776 EP - 779 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ieesasm-16.2016.162 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/ieesasm-16.2016.162 ID - Jin2016/09 ER -