Objective: To study and analyse application of early nursing intervention on patients with cerebral infarction in in training process of language and limb function rehabilitation.
Method: 70 cases with cerebral infarction hospitalized in our hospital are selected (July 2015-July 2016) and randomly divided into 2 groups, that is, 35 cases for the research group and the control group respectively. Routine nursing is provided for patients from the control group, and early nursing intervention is conducted on the basis of routine nursing for patients from the research group. Language and limb function rehabilitation scores of patients from both groups after nursing are compared.
Result: The language function rehabilitation score of patients from the research group after nursing is (80.31 ± 4.34), and their limb function rehabilitation score is (62.44 ± 4.89). The total effective rate is 94.2%, which is significantly higher than that of 21.9% of the control group (P<0.05).
Conclusion: Carrying out early clinical nursing intervention is conductive to the promotion of language and limb function rehabilitation by patients with cerebral infarction, the consolidation of the curing effect, and the improvement of patients’ life quality and motor function. Thus, it can be widely used clinically.