Preoperative psychological intervention on the clinical effect of interventional treatment of liver cancer patients
Qiu Xiuqiong Guangdong Province and Western Medicine Hospital, Foshan, 528200, Guangdong
Objective To explore the clinical significance of psychological intervention in interventional treatment of liver cancer patients before surgery in 76 cases. Methods From June 2011 to June 2012, hospitalized patients with advanced hepatocellular carcinoma in hospital oncology nursing model of the application of preoperative psychological intervention 40 patients for the study group, 36 cases of the general model of care in patients for the control group. Observe and compare the two groups of patients with anxiety, hospital stay, satisfaction and quality of life score (Kamofsky)and so on. Results For anxiety level, duration of hospitalization, quality of life score and satisfaction observe group (70.8±4.5)points (5.6±1.5)d, (73.2±3.8)points, 95.0%(38/40); control group respectively (89.1±4.1)(7.9±3.4)d(64.7±3.6)points, 80.6%(29/36), the difference between the two groups were statistically significant(P0.05). Conclusion Liver cancer involved surgery's preoperative psychological intervention play a good synergy on the success of the operation, effectively relieve the anxiety of patients, shorter hospital stays and improve patient satisfaction, thus improving patient quality of life.
【CateGory Index】： R473.73