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Title: Case analysis of applying omaha system to community rehabilitation nursing for stroke patients
Other Title: 应用奥马哈系统为脑卒中患者实施社区康复护理的个案分析
Authors: Gao, QQ
Huang, JY
Zhu, JP
Wan, QQ
Shang, SM
Issue Date: 2015
Source: 上海交通大学学报. 医学版 (Journal of Shanghai Jiaotong University. Medical science), 2015, v. 35, no. 6, p. 834-838 and 869
Abstract: 目的: 介绍社区康复护士依据奥马哈系统对1例脑卒中患者实施社区康复护理的方法及效果。
Objective: To introduce the effect and methods of community rehabilitation nursing for one stroke patient by community rehabilitation nursing according to the Omaha system.
Methods: Community rehabilitation nurses provided community rehabilitation nursing for a stroke patient and performed the nursing evaluation according to the Omaha system. Relevant nursing intervention included health education, guidance and consultation, treatment and procedure, and case management and monitoring. The effect of nursing was continuously evaluated.
Results: The patient could use a walker to walk and go up and down the stairs and had the basic self-care ability of daily life. The score of Activity of Daily Living (ADL) increased from 35 to 90.
Conclusion: The Omaha system can comprehensively evaluate the health status of patients, guide community rehabilitation nurses to perform relevant nursing intervention, and correctly evaluate the effect of nursing intervention.
Keywords: Community rehabilitation nursing
Omaha system
Publisher: 上海交通大学学报编辑部
Journal: 上海交通大学学报. 医学版 (Journal of Shanghai Jiaotong University. Medical science) 
ISSN: 1674-8115
Rights: © 2015 中国学术期刊电子杂志出版社。本内容的使用仅限于教育、科研之目的。
© 2015 China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House. It is to be used strictly for educational and research use.
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