Objective: To explore effect of persistent family rehabilitation guidance on the elderly after hip re-fracture surgery.
Methods: Conclude specific methods of persistent family rehabilitation guidance for elderly patients with hip re-fracture, observe patients’ hip joint function score, understanding towards rehabilitation knowledge and other indicators.
Result: Provide family rehabilitation guidance from creation of safe environment, functional exercise and guidance and other aspects, and then Harris score, knowledge awareness level and other indicators can be significantly improved, with exact effect.
Conclusion: Extending rehabilitation guidance to the period after discharge enjoys such advantages as improving hip joint function, improving daily living skills, etc., and thus can be used as an effective measure for rehabilitation functional exercise for hip re-fracture surgery.
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