Retrospective study of the effect of scenario-based health education on the anxiety, depression and quality of life in brain glioma patients
HU Huanhuan;XIU Xiaoqing;PANG Hengyuan;CONG Damin;Department of Neurosurgery, the Second Hospital of Harbin Medical University;
Objective To study the effect of scenario-based health education on the anxiety, depression and quality of life(QOL) in patients with brain glioma. Method 90 cases of brain glioma patients who were given scenario-based health education were included in the retrospective analysis, and the blood pressure, heart rate, Glasgow Coma Scale(GCS) score, mental state examination(Mini-Mental State Examination, MMSE), anxiety, depression, QOL and change of satisfaction rate before and after treatment were compared. Result After scenario-based health education, the blood pressure and heart rate were decreased as compared with that before health education, while GCS and MMSE were increased, with statistically significant difference observed(P0.05). Besides, the anxiety and depression symptoms scores were also lower than that before health education, the self-care, mental health, social function, language communication and physical function scores significantly raised significantly, indicating significant differences(P0.01); After education,the satisfaction rate was 91.11%(82/90), which was higher than the 55.56%(50/90) before scenario-based health education, and the difference was statistically significant(P0.05). Conclusion The use of scenario-based health education during clinical care for brain glioma can reduce the symptoms of anxiety and depression, thus improving the quality of life of patients.
【CateGory Index】： R473.73