The Influence Of The Integrated Nursing Of Knowledge, Faith And Practice On The Improvement Of Mood And Quality Of Life Of Patients With Severe Depression
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Wei-xin Zhang, Yan Zhang, Li-mei Guo, Yuan-yuan Gui, Hong-liang Huo and Chun-miao Xu
To study the influence of KAP nursing on the improvement of mood and quality of life in patients with major depression. Methods: 85 patients with major depression admitted to our hospital from December 2019 to June 2020 were included in the study. According to the random number table method, they were divided into study group (42 patients) and control group (43 patients). The control group carried out routine nursing intervention, and the study group carried out KAP nursing intervention. The changes of depression severity, quality of life, self-efficacy and satisfaction before and after intervention were compared between the two groups. Results: HAMD scores of the two groups were significantly lower after intervention than before, and the study group was lower than the control group (all P < 0.05). After intervention, the quality of life scores of the two groups were significantly higher than that before intervention, and the study group was higher than the control group (all P < 0.05). Overall satisfaction of the study group was higher than that of the control group (P < 0.05). GSES scores of the two groups were significantly higher after intervention than before, and the study group was higher than the control group (both P < 0.05). Conclusion: KAP nursing has obvious effect in severe patients, which can improve patients' negative emotions to a certain extent, and improve patients' quality of life and self-efficacy, and has higher clinical promotion and application value.
Depression is a common mood disorder in clinic. Its main manifestation features include the persistent depression of patients' mood and loss of interest, as well as slow thinking. In severe cases, suicidal tendencies and suicidal behaviors may even occur, which will have a greater impact on patients' physical and mental health [1-2].Clinical nursing plays a positive role in improving the cure rate and quality of life of patients with depression, and its role is becoming increasingly prominent. Therefore, it is particularly important to find an active and effective nursing program for the treatment and intervention of patients with such diseases .Knowledge, Attitude, Practice (KAP) is one of the nursing modes developed in recent years. Based on knowledge and motivated by belief, KAP divides patients' behavior change into three successive processes: knowledge acquisition, belief generation and behavior formation, so as to provide all-round nursing services, including physiological, psychological and social, for patients, which has great nursing intervention value [4-5].In the past, KAP nursing interventions were often applied in the adjuvant treatment of other diseases, which also achieved good application results, but there were few studies on the intervention level of depression patients. In view of this, this paper aims to provide an effective nursing program for patients with severe depression by studying the impact of KAP nursing on mood improvement and quality of life of patients with severe depression and comparing and analyzing it scientifically, so as to better serve patients with such diseases. The following reports are presented.
Major Depression; Knowledge; Trust And Banking Integrated Nursing; Improved Mood; Quality Of Life