Analysis of Early Clinical Effect of Microscopical Decompression Combined with Anterior Zero-p in Patients with Cervical Spondylosis

  • Jinchuan Sun
Keywords: Microscopically Decompression, Anterior Zero-p, Cervical Spondylosis 1. Introduction

Abstract

To explore the early clinical effect of microscopical decompression combined with anterior zero-p in the
treatment of cervical spondylosis. 120 patients with cervical spondylosis admitted to Binzhou People’s Hospital
and Binzhou Medical University Hospital from June 2017 to June 2019 were selected as the research objects.
According to the sequence of admission, they were divided into observation group and control group, 60 cases
in each group. The control group underwent conventional titanium plate surgery; the observation group
underwent microscopical decompression combined with anterior zero-p surgery. The results of the two groups
were compared. JOA score, VAS score, NDI score and postoperative neurological recovery were used.
BazazYoo dysphagia score (byds) was used to evaluate the postoperative dysphagia. The occurrence of various
complications, operation time, bleeding volume and patient satisfaction were recorded. Compared with the
control group, the effective rate of clinical treatment in the observation group was significantly improved, the
incidence of dysphagia and complications was significantly reduced, the operation time and bleeding volume
were significantly reduced, the JOA, NDI, VAS scores in the observation group were better than those in the
control group at 1 and 3 months after operation, the postoperative neurological function recovery was
significantly improved, the patient satisfaction was high, the difference was statistically significant (P < 0.05).
Microscopically decompression combined with anterior zero-p can effectively improve the effect of surgical
treatment, improve the effect of surgical treatment, reduce the occurrence of postoperative adverse reactions,
reduce the operation time and the amount of bleeding, improve the recovery of postoperative neurological
function, enhance the outcome of rehabilitation and improve the satisfaction of patients.

Published
2020-04-01