Effect of Emergency Care Process Optimization on Rescue Efficiency of Emergency Patients

Huifei Wang (Zhejiang Sanmen County People's Hospital)


This paper discusses the impact of emergency care process optimization on the rescue efficiency of emergency patients. Methods: 102 cases of emergency patients received from January 2017 to February 2018 in our hospital were selected as research objects. According to the order of treatment, they were divided into control group and observation group. The routine nursing process was given to the control group, and the observation group was given an optimized nursing process to compare the rescue efficiency and nursing satisfaction of the two groups. Results: According to the results of the study, the nursing satisfaction of the two groups was compared. Among them, the total satisfaction of the observation group was 49, accounting for 96.07%; the control group was very satisfied with the nursing work, accounting for 82.35%. There was a significant difference in nursing satisfaction between the two groups, which was statistically significant (P<0.05). Comparing the rescue efficiency of the two groups of patients, the observation time, rescue time, infusion time and disease remission time were significantly lower than the control group, the rescue success rate was 94.11%, and the rescue success rate of the control group was 78.43%. The results have statistical significance (P < 0.05). Conclusion: The optimization of emergency nursing process can greatly improve the rescue efficiency of emergency patients, reduce the disability rate and mortality, improve the quality of nursing, and enhance the satisfaction of nursing. It is worthy of clinical promotion practice.


Emergency care process optimization; Emergency patients; Rescue efficiency; Nursing satisfaction

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jams.v2i1.244


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