Amman Arab University, Jordan
Science and technology are constantly improving, as is medical technology. Now the medical methods are very advanced, and women ’s fertility methods have another option-cesarean section, but the problem of postpartum rehabilitation of cesarean section has always been medical A research hotspot in the field is related to the physical and mental health of pregnant women. To this end, this article presents a study on the effect of comprehensive nursing intervention on postpartum rehabilitation of cesarean delivery. In this paper, we set up a control group experiment and observed the effect of comprehensive nursing intervention on the postpartum rehabilitation index of cesarean section to achieve the purpose of the study. In this paper, the degree of postoperative pain, milking time, milk production, exhaust time and uterine recovery are selected as indicators, and a control group experiment is set up for research. This study found that the average milking time of the women in the experimental group was 36 hours, the average milking time in the control group was 43 hours, the average milk production in the experimental group was 425 ml, the average milk production in the control group was 368 ml. The average exhaust time is 25h, and the control group's average exhaust time is 36h. The results of this study show that comprehensive nursing interventions have a positive impact on the postoperative recovery of cesarean women.
Smart Fog Computing, Comprehensive Nursing, Cesarean Section, Postoperative Rehabilitation
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