International Journal of Nursing Research. 2020; 2: (2) 16; DOI: 10.26855/j.ijnr.20200032.
Objective: To analyze the effect of evidence-based nursing on improving the nursing needs of patients with external urethral drainage and internal stent drainage after urological surgery. Methods: In this controlled experiment, 72 patients undergoing surgical treatment in our hospital's urology department will be taken as the research object. After enrollment, the patients will be randomly assigned to the reference group and the study group, with 36 patients in each group. And use different nursing methods, in which the research group uses evidence-based nursing, the reference group uses conventional nursing, and the nursing needs of patients are compared after nursing. Results: There was no significant difference in the nursing needs between patients using external urethral drainage and those using internal stent drainage. At the same time, before the two groups of patients, their nursing needs such as related knowledge guidance, psychological distress and social support were not comparable. There is a big difference, but after the nursing, the research group using evidence-based nursing has better nursing effect, and the data has statistical significance (P <0.05). Conclusion : Evidence-based nursing is better in meeting the nursing needs of patients with different drainages after urological surgery, which can enable patients to further understand relevant health knowledge and improve their psychological status.