Journal of Nursing

The Effectiveness Study of Individualized Nursing Intervention on Postoperative Rehabilitation of Patients with Gynecological Tumor

Ruifang Chen, Yifen Chen, Xueying Feng

Abstract


Objective: to study the effect of individualized nursing intervention on postoperative rehabilitation of patients with gynecological tumor. Methods: 80 cases of patients with gynecological tumor were randomly divided into two groups. The comparative group: 40 cases received the traditional nursing which was according to the conventional gynecologic operation; the observation group: 40 cases received the special and sustainable individualized nursing intervention which was according to the patients’ needs and characteristics in every stage. To compare the life quality, the treatment compliance, and the recurrence rate in 6 and 12 months after operation of patients in these two groups. Results: The life quality of patients in the observation group was obviously better than that in the comparative group, p < 0.05. The treatment compliance of patients in the observation group was obviously higher than that in the comparative group, p < 0.01. The recurrence rate in 6 and 12 months of patients after operation in the observation group was obviously lower than that in the comparative group, p < 0.05. Conclusion: Individualized nursing intervention given to patients with gynecological tumor after operation obviously changes all kinds of passive psychology and bad behavior of patients to the disease, life and outlook on life. Patients can be aroused individual potential, form their own active treatment belief, and lighten the psychological pressure. The individualized nursing intervention helps patients improve their life quality and the treatment compliance, but effectively reduce the recurrence rate after operation. It not only improves patients’ long term effect and prognosis, but also plays an important role in patients’ rehabilitation.


Keywords


Gynecological tumor; Individualized nursing; Long-term effect

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/jn.v4i2.64

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