Table 3: Changes in clinical evaluation by observation of nursing.

Responsive group ( 𝑛 = 1 4 ) Nonresponsive group ( 𝑛 = 1 3 )
Before After
χ 2 value 𝑃 value*
Number of subjects %Number of subjects %χ 2 value 𝑃 value*Number of subjects %Number of subjects %

The bowel movementOne bowel movement per day750 535.70.880.20430.8538.52.600.15
One bowel movement in two days642.9 857.1969.2646.2
One bowel movement in three days17.1 17.10017.7
One bowel movement in four days00 000000
One bowel movement in five days00 00 0017.7

Falling riskRisk level I: possibility of falling964.3 7500.580.45538.5753.82.030.36
Risk level II: likelihood of falling536 750861.5 538.5
Risk level III: frequently falling00 000017.7

Degree of psychiatric nursing needsa: followup is needed all the time428.6
b: constant followup is needed0000323.1430.8
c: continuous followup is not necessary1071.41392.9 430.8646.2

ADLI: not being able to do things by him/herself 17.1 0017.7215.4
II: being able to do some things by him/herself, but having many things s/he cannot do214.3 535.75.410.17753.8538.51.220.17
III: being able to do most things, but having a problem in his/her independent activities1071.4 535.7430.8430.8
IV: being able to do quite many things independently, but having a problem in social adaptation17.1 428.617.7215.4

ADL: activity of daily living, *asymptotic significance probability (Fisher’s exact test).