Journal of Nursing

Research on the Progress and Influencing Factors of Fear Disease in Patients with Bladder Cancer after Operation

Aixin Liu

Abstract


To understand the status of fear disease progression in patients with bladder cancer after intravesical instillation chemotherapy and to analyze the influencing factors, so as to provide reference for psychological nursing. Methods A questionnaire survey was conducted on 110 patients with bladder cancer after the first bladder infusion chemotherapy using general questionnaire, fear disease progression simplification scale and simple disease perception questionnaire. Results The total score of patients with fear disease progressed (25.31±5.35), 7.27% of patients showed psychological dysfunction; multiple regression analysis showed disease perception, tumor recurrence, tumor histological grade, gender, age was the influencing factor of fear disease progression in patients with bladder cancer after intravesical instillation chemotherapy (P<0.05, P<0.01). Conclusion Patients with intravesical instillation chemotherapy after bladder cancer have fear of disease progression. Women who need to focus on women, recurrence and high histological grade can im-prove the level of fear disease progression by improving disease perception.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/jn.v7i2.151

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