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[The application study of Electrophysiological appropriate technology in perioperative nursing of patients undergoing microdissection testicular sperm extraction].

UNLABELLED: Obstract: To explore the application of electrophysiological appropriate technology in perioperative nursing of patients undergoing microdissection testicular sperm extraction.

METHODS: A retrospective analysis was conducted on the medical records of 108 patients who underwent testicular incision and sperm extraction under a microscope at our center from May 2022 to June 2023. Among them, 51 patients received routine care and 57 patients received electrophysiological treatment. Evaluate the perioperative nursing effects of appropriate electrophysiological techniques through VAS pain score, Self Rating Anxiety Scale (SAS) score, Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Score, and Kolcaba Comfort Scale.

RESULT: Patients who received appropriate electrophysiological interventions had lower VAS pain scores (2.36 ± 1.37 vs 4.16 ± 1.38, P<0.001) than the control group, and higher KOLCABA comfort scale scores than the control group (70.73 ± 19.46 vs 52.06 ± 17.50, P<0.001); There was no statistically significant difference in the Self Rating Anxiety Scale (SAS) score and Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Score.

CONCLUSION: Electrophysiological techniques can effectively improve postoperative pain and comfort in patients undergoing testicular incision and sperm extraction under a microscope, and have clinical application value.

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