Objective To explore the effects of continuing nursing based on mobility management system on knowledge-attitude-practice in elderly hypertension patients. Methods From March 2014 to September 2016, 92 elderly hypertension patients treated in First People＇s Hospital of Sbangqiu were selectd by convenience sampling as subjects. All of the patients were randomly divided into observation group and control group, 46 cases in each group. Leaving hospital within half a year, patients of control group accepted traditionally continuing nursing. On this basis, patients of observation group were treated with continuing nursing based on mobility management system. The health knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and behavior compliance of hypertension therapy were compared before and after intervention and the risk of angiocardiopathy disease was assessed after intervention of patients in two groups. Results There was no significant difference in health knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and behavior compliance of hypertension therapy between two groups before intervention （P 〉 0.05）. Six months after intervention, the scores of health knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of drug therapy, attitudes and beliefs of therapeutic lifestyles of observation group were higher than those of control group with significant differences （P 〈 0.01）; the scores of attitudes, responsibility, smoking, intention, medication, lifestyles of observation group were significantly lower than those of control group （P 〈 0.01）. Six months after intervention, the risk of cardiovascular disease of patients in observation group was lower than that in control group with a significant difference （P 〈 0.05）. Conclusions Continuing nursing based on mobility management system can improve the disease-related knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and behavior compliance of hypertension therapy in elderly hypertension patients and can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. It has a good clinical application value.
Mobility management system