Objective: To explore and analyse clinical investigation on the nursing needs of heart failure patients and planning nursing intervention effect.
Methods: This clinical study took 2000 cases of heart failure patients receiving treatment in the Hospital between June 2012 and June 2014 as observation objects, and adopted questionnaire survey to understand the nursing needs of patients. The patients were divided into observation group and control group, both of which had 1000 cases of patients. The 1000 patients in the control group received routine nursing, and the observation group developed planning nursing intervention measures according to the result of questionnaire. Symptom relief, hospital stay, and Self-Rating Depression Scale (SDS) were taken as clinical evaluation indicators to compare the differences between the observation group and the control group.
Results: Before nursing, there were no significant differences among the clinical evaluation indicators of the two groups of heart failure patients, and the differences did not have statistical value. Under different nursing intervention modes, the symptom relief time, hospital stay, Self-Rating Depression rating scale (SDS), and other clinical evaluation indicators of the patients in the experimental group were significantly better than those of the patients in the control group (P<0.05), and the differences between the two groups were significant with statistical research value.
Conclusion: The nursing needs of heart failure patients are given priority to health education and prevention of complications. Planning nursing intervention can improve patients’ self-management ability, and eliminate negative emotions, and is conducive to disease treatment and the improvement of clinical treatment effect.