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Objective: To explore the preventive effect of high-quality nursing intervention on complications during the treatment of hematological tumors with central venous catheterization. Methods: A single-blind group experiment was performed on 240 patients with central venous catheter hematological tumors who were treated in our hospital from January 2019 to December 2021. Among them, 120 patients in the control group were included in the treatment of central venous catheterization for hematological tumors. Routine nursing intervention was given, and 120 patients included in the observation group were given high-quality nursing intervention at the same time. The proportions of complications of local infection, phlebitis, catheter exudation, and puncture redness were compared between the two groups, and the one-time puncture success rate was calculated. GQOLI-74 scale evaluates the patient's psychological, physical, material and social functions and quality scores (the evaluation time is four weeks after nursing); the patient's satisfaction under the nursing mode is counted. Results: The proportion of patients in the observation group complicated with local infection, phlebitis, catheter exudation, and puncture redness was low; the observation group was evaluated by GQOLI-74 scale and the physiological recovery effect was good; the patients in the observation group had high satisfaction with nursing, (P<0.05). Conclusion: High-quality care of central venous catheter during the treatment of hematological tumors can prevent and reduce complications, help to stabilize the physiological indicators of patients, promote the performance of catheterization, safe catheterization, and assist the effective development of hematological tumors.
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