Objective: The study on the nursing mode of elderly chronic diseases against the backdrop of medical-nursing combination was undertaken with the objective of examining how the continuous advancement of medical technology has led to the medical-nursing combination mode targeted at senior chronic diseases.
Methods: A total of 100 elderly patients with chronic diseases who were admitted to our hospital between April 2019 and April 2020 were chosen, and 50 patients from each group were randomly assigned to the control group and the experimental group. In order to compare patients' nursing effectiveness rate, satisfaction with nursing, ability to care for oneself six months after nursing, quality of life (QLI) scores, blood glucose, blood pressure, and lipid levels at various times, continuous nursing was performed on patients in the control group and continuous nursing combined with comfort nursing was performed on patients in the experimental group.
Results: The experimental group, when compared to the control group, showed statistically significant improvements in the nursing effective rate, nursing satisfaction, Exercise of Self-Care Agency (ESCA) scale scores, QLI scores, and blood sugar, blood pressure, and lipid levels at various points after nursing.
Conclusion: In the context of medical-nursing combination, continuous nursing intervention along with comfort nursing intervention is conducive to promoting the nursing effect and self-care ability of elderly patients with chronic diseases and obviously enhances their psychological and quality of life.
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