International Journal of Nursing Research. 2020; 2: (2) 17; DOI:10.26855/j.ijnr.20200033.
Objective: To analyze the nursing of varicose veins using radiofrequency ablation. Methods: In this study, varicose vein patients treated in our hospital were selected as the main research object. A total of 60 patients were selected from December 2018 to December 2019. Using the double-blind selection method, 30 patients were assigned to the control group and the other 30 were assigned to the observation group. The two groups adopted different methods of nursing, the control group implemented conventional nursing measures, and the observation group adopted the desired nursing method. After the two groups of patients received different methods of nursing, the patients' clinical conditions were observed and analyzed in detail, and the relevant content was recorded. At the same time, the satisfaction and complications of the two groups were compared. Results: Observation and analysis showed that the satisfaction of patients in the observation group was significantly higher than that in the control group, and the difference was statistically significant (P <0.05). In addition, no complications occurred in the patients in the observation group. The complication rate was 20.0% (6/30). Compared with the observation group, the two groups were significantly lower than the control group. There was also a significant difference (P <0.05). Conclusion : This study shows that in the process of using radiofrequency ablation to treat varicose veins, targeted nursing work can not only shorten the operation time and promote the success rate of surgery, but also effectively improve the treatment effect and reduce complications. The reduction in incidence has had a positive effect.