Application of Bundle Care in Patient with Individualized Sedation Care During the Interventional Therapy for Anterior-circulation Acute Ischemic Stroke
American Journal of Nursing Science
Objective: With the rapid development of interventional diagnosis and treatment technology and the shortage of nursing human resources, the workload of interventional surgery has increased dramatically. In the face of an increasing number of patients or emergency operations with potential sedation needs, especially in the emergency of AIS patients, the nurses are often responsible for the monitoring and nursing of sedated patients under the instructions of doctors. This paper aims to analyze
... aims to analyze and evaluate the effects of individualized sedation care during the interventional therapy for anterior-circulation Acute Ischemic Stroke (AIS). Methods: According to the actual situation, 106 patients were treated with sedation care, dynamic evaluating, medicating and restricting programmatically. And patients were grouped into 2 groups according to the sedation medication option, comparing the door-to-reperfusion time in the digital subtraction angiography (DSA) suite and occurrence of adverse reactions. Results: Nurses and doctors successfully cooperated during therapies. The door-to-reperfusion time in the DSA suite of the Midazolam Group and the Dexmedetomidine Group were 38.7±9.8 min and 38.4±10.9 min, which reached the reference level reported in the literature. The rates of adverse reactions were low and no death cases. There was no significant difference in blood oxygen desaturation, blood pressure decline, vomiting, sedation deficiency and over sedation between the two groups (P>0.05). But there were significant differences in image artifacts between the two groups (P<0.05). Conclusion: With individualized sedation care, it can benefit to shorten the reperfusion time and provide safety for the emergency interventional therapy for AIS patients.