DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1355

The Effect of TCM Nursing on Children with Viral Encephalitis

MingJie Wei, YuanMei Qin, Shu Liu, ShuLi Huang, YinSen Song

Abstract


To analyze the effect of TCM (Traditional Chinese medicine) nursing on the children with encephalitis, sixty-two children with viral encephalitis were randomly divided into one observation group and control group; the control group was given conventional treatment, while the observation group was treated with TCM nursing on the basis of routine treatment. By comparing the clinical efficacy, symptom recovery time, hospital stay, and disability recovery between these two groups, it concludes that: (1) The total clinical efficacy rate is 93.54% (29/31) in the observation group and 77.41% (24/31) in the control group; the difference is statistically significant (P<0.05); (2) The recovery time of disturbance of consciousness, convulsion and physical disorders in the observation group is obviously lower than that of the control group, and the difference is statistically significant (P<0.05); (3) The incidence of physical disorders, language barriers, and behavioral abnormalities after one year in the observation group is 22.4%, clearly lower than 51.4% of the control group; the difference is statistically significant (P<0.05). Therefore, the TCM nursing has a significant effect on the recovery of children with viral encephalitis by reducing the disability rate of children, which is worthy of clinical application.

Keywords


Viral Encephalitis, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Nursing, Curative Effect

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