Uremic pruritus affects 50-90% of hemodialysis patients, making it one of the most frequent medical issues among this group. Pruritus can lead to skin infections, desquamation, pathological skin changes, sleep problems, anxiety, depression, and social problems. The epidemic of uremia pneumonia has put a lot of stress on hemodialysis patients, resulting in negative feelings. As a result, during the prevention and control of uremia, rigorous management and improved nursing intervention are critical. During the uremia disease outbreak, this study will examine and assess the impact of clinically refined nurse intervention on patients receiving maintenance hemodialysis.