Xia Pan*, Huanhuan Wang
Department of Internal Medicine-Cardiovascular, Xuancheng City Central Hospital, Xuancheng, Anhui 242000, China
Introduction: To study the effect of cognitive intervention combined with psychological flexibility training nursing on the psychological state of patients with acute myocardial infarction (MI) after interventional therapy.
Materials and methods: 86 patients with acute MI after interventional therapy were randomly divided into control group and observation group, with 43 patients in each group. The control group only used the routine nursing implementation scheme for 43 cases, and the observation group used cognitive intervention and psychological flexibility training nursing for 43 cases. Compared the two groups of patients under different nursing intervention measures before and after nursing, the test values of anxiety score, depression score, self-care ability (self-care skills, self-care responsibility, self-concept, health knowledge level and total score), the test values of psychological elasticity scale (toughness, strength, optimism and total score), the test values of patients' coping styles such as face, avoidance and submission, and the total satisfaction rate of nursing.
Results: There was no difference between the two groups before nursing intervention (p>0.05). After the implementation of various nursing work, the measured value of self-care ability, the measured value of psychological elasticity scale and the measured value of patients' coping style showed an increase, especially in the observation group (p<0.05). After the implementation of various nursing work, the anxiety score and depression score showed a decline, especially in the observation group (p<0.05). The total satisfaction rate of nursing in the observation group (97.67%) was higher than that in the control group (83.72%) (p<0.05).
Conclusion: Cognitive intervention combined with psychoelastic training nursing has a significant impact on the psychological state of patients with acute MI after interventional therapy, which is conducive to improving the psychological state of patients, improving their self-care ability and psychological elasticity, facing the disease with a more positive attitude, and obtaining the satisfaction and acceptance of patients.
Cognitive intervention, psychological elasticity nursing, acute, miocardial infarction, intervention, mentality.