Objective: This research analyzed the clinical influence of personalized rehabilitation program on fracture patients' rehabilitation.
Methods: Through retrospective analysis of the clinical data of 100 facture patients treated in our hospital, the patients were imposed with personalized nursing intervention. After that, a rehabilitation assessment scale was given to rate the daily activity performing ability before and after implementing personalized rehabilitation program.
Results: The result shows that after nursing intervention, patients' satisfaction on nursing and the ability of performing daily activities were both increased. Therefore, the personalized rehabilitation program can achieve more ideal effect during fracture patients' rehabilitation period.
Conclusion: To be specific, patients' awareness on fracture rehabilitation was enhanced, the movement function and self-care ability were improved in largest degree, and a higher degree of satisfaction on rehabilitation was achieved.
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