Yanli Yang1, XueXiang Zheng1, XiaoYing Xue1, lingYan Ye2, Xiaohong Chen2


1Department of Neurology, Jingmen First People’s Hospital, Jingmen, 448000,Hubei, China - 2Department of Neurology, Lishui People’s Hospital, Lishui, 323000, Zhejiang, China


 Objective: The object of this paper is to explore the effect of early rehabilitation nursing on the rehabilitation effects and the life quality of patients with hemiplegia after suffering from acute stroke.

Method: 128 cases of patients with acute stroke were randomly divided into observation group and the control group with 64 cases each. In control group, the routine rehabilitation training was implemented, and in observation group, a programmed nursing intervention was used. At the time of admission and discharge, Fugl-Meyer movement function integral method (FMA), Barthel index, NIHSS scale and quality of life questionnaire (GQOLI - 74) were used to investigate the rehabilitation effect of the two groups of pa- tients, and assess their quality of life.

Results: The results show that FMA score and Barthel index of the observation group are significantly higher than that of the control group (P<0.05), while NIHSS score is significantly lower than that of the control group (P<0.05).

Conclusion: Therefore, early programmed nursing intervention can effectively promote the rehabilitation of patients with cere- bral infarction and improve their body movement function and their quality of life.


Procedural nursing intervention, Cerebral infarction, Nerve function