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《Heilongjiang Nursing Journal》 2003-09
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Mental Health and Correlative Factors Analysis of Nurses in Operating Room

Hong Ruiqiao, Huang Hualan, Ying Wenjuan, et al. (The Tumor Hospital of Medical College of Shantou University, Guangdong 515031)  
Objective To understand mental health condition of nurses in operating room. To find the correlative factors influencing mental health. Methods Using self-rating depression scale (SDS) and self-rating anxiety scale (SAS) , 100 nurses from 5 hospital were investigated and analyzed. Results The mean values of SDS and SAS of operating room nurses were 48. 03±9. 45 and 40. 08±8. 18 respectively. Both were significantly higher than the values of normal population in China(41. 88±10. 57 and 33. 80±5. 90). The incidence of depressive mood in the operating room nurses was 41. 5% , which was higher than that of normal population(15. 1% - 22. 5%) or than normal nurse population(37.1%). More than 80% of the nurses complained being under respected and overloaded of work. Conclusions Depression and anxiety are more common in the operating room nurses. Higher pressure from the job and lower social stature had negative influence on the psychological health of the nurses.
【Fund】: 广东省医学科研立项资助课题(A2001454)
【CateGory Index】: R47
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