Objective To evaluate the effect of personalized intervention in improving compliance of secondary prevention and prognosis of patients with stroke during rehabilitation. Methods Forty patients with stroke who received treatment and were discharged from a hospital from January 1 to April 30, 2018 were set as the Control Group while another forty patients with the same disease and in the same ward area from May 1 to August 30, 2018 were selected as the Experimental Group. The Control Group received basic education while the Experimental Group received personalized intervention via regular phone (or wechat) follow-up on the basis of basic education. The two groups were compared in terms of the medication compliance, the control rate of hypertension (Hp), HbAlc and LDL, activity of daily living (BADL and IADL) and patient satisfaction. Results After 3 months of observation, the Experimental Group had the medication compliance, BADL, IADL and satisfaction score higher than the Control Group and had the control rate of hypertension (Hp), HbAlc and LDL significantly superior to the Control Group, and the differences were statistically significant (P<0.05 or 0.01). Conclusion Personalized intervention for stroke patients during rehabilitation can increase compliance of secondary prevention, improve the prognosis and increase the patient satisfaction.
Journal of Guangdong Medical University
secondary prevention compliance
activities of daily living