Three nursing methods for cerebral infarction

Three nursing methods for cerebral infarction

How to care for patients with cerebral infarction?

Effective care for cerebral infarction can help with the treatment of cerebral infarction.

However, if the care of cerebral infarction is not done well, it is likely to aggravate the condition of cerebral infarction.

Below, we will introduce the specific nursing methods of cerebral infarction in detail.

Three major nursing methods for cerebral infarction 1. Training early activities of patients with early activity can reduce the incidence of pulmonary infection and venous thrombosis of lower extremities. Patients with cerebral infarction can gradually increase their activities for functional exercise after one week of stable condition. Nursing staff pass massage and passive initiative.Exercise can actively circulate the blood circulation of the fingers, stimulating nerve function to prevent or reduce the disuse atrophy of musculoskeletal skin.

2, correct position care for patients in bed, should maintain the functional position of the limbs, to prevent joint deformation and contraction of muscle ligaments.

Correct position: the shoulder joint function is the saluting position (the shoulder joint is abducted 50°, the internal rotation is 15°, the elbow is 40°, the elbow is flat with the front chest, the thumb is pointing to the nose, preventing the adduction and internal rotation deformity); the elbow flexion90° and straightening alternately to prevent flexion and straightening deformation; wrist dorsiflexion 30°?
40° position, the fingers are slightly flexed, can hold a diameter of 4cm?
5cm long soft soft material; knee joint, knee flexion and extension alternate position, when the straight leg can be placed on the outside of the leg can be placed sandbags or soft pillows to prevent lower extremity lower rotation deformation; feet and calves at 90 ° to preventThe foot is drooping.

3, emotional care cerebral infarction occurs mostly in middle-aged and elderly people, the onset is sudden, the patient’s emotional characteristics are sad, lonely, depressed, irritated, irritating, subjective and self-centered, especially with aphasia patientsTo stand out.

Therefore, nursing staff should be highly responsible, sensible, emotional, not impatient, not tired of careful care.

This is a concern for the care of cerebral infarction.

Through the introduction, I hope that everyone can understand the specific methods of care for cerebral infarction.

Correct and effective nursing work for cerebral infarction to help patients better treat cerebral infarction.