刘宇; 白久旭; 刘涛; 韩宏光; 陶登顺; 王辉山
June 2016
Progress in Modern Biomedicine;Jun2016, Vol. 16 Issue 18, p3496
Academic Journal
Objective: To analyze the quality of pre-operation sleep and anxiety condition in patients with coronary artery disease and investigate its influencing factors. Methods: One hundred cases of cardiac surgical inpatients were investigated by using Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index(PSQI) scale, Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale(HADS) and self-made scale. The data were analyzed by t-test and X2 test. Results: 1The average total PSQI sore was 9.42±4.90 on 10 days pre-operation and 12.39±3.93 1 day pre-operation. 2The HADS score was significantly higher on 1 day pre-operation. The higher score was, the worse the sleep quality was. 3 The influencing factors of sleep quality of patients before operation were anxiety, preoperative, preparation, medical staff behavior, physical discomfort, environmental noise and so on. Conclusions: The pre-operation cardiac surgical inpatients had bad sleep quality and had a positive correlation with anxiety level. It was influenced by many factors that we should make them under control and improve the surgery process and prognosis.


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