Objective To investigate the effect of individualized nursing intervention on psychological and physiological stress reactions of pediatric ICU patients. Methods A total of 102 cases of pediatric ICU patients was randomly divided into observation group and control group,with 51 cases in each group. Patients in the control group were performed routine nursing,and based on this,patients in the observation group were performed individualized nursing intervention. The psychological stress,physiological stress and major therapy indexes of pediatric patients in the two groups were compared. Before and after intervention,the anxiety and depressive states of pediatric patients in the two groups were evaluated using screen for child anxiety related emotional disorders（SCARED）and depression self-rating scale for children（DSRSC）,besides,changes in physiological stress reactions of pediatric patients in the two groups were assessed using heart rate（HR）and mean arterial pressure（MAP）. Results The SCARED and DSRSC scores of pediatric patients in the observation group were significantly lower than those in the control group（P〈0.05,P〈0.01）;the levels of HR and MAP were significantly lower than those in the control group（P〈0.05）;the ICU treatment time,respirator use time and antibiotics use time were significantly shorter than those in the control group（P〈0.01）. Conclusion Individualized intervention is helpful for relieving the psychological and physiological stress reactions of pediatric ICU patients and promoting recovery of the patients.
Journal Of International Psychlatry
Anxiety / Depressive