Journal of Nursing

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Treatment Adherence and the Research Progress of Nursing Intervention in the Patients with Mental Disorders of China

Shao Chen, Juan Zhang, Yunshu Zhang, Keqing Li

Abstract


By reviewing literatures, the author summarized the influence factors of compliance in rTMS treatment. The major factors were found to be involved patient factors, medical factors, associated-therapeutic factors and social supporting factors and put forward corresponding nursing intervention measures, in order to improve the patients' compliance, satisfaction and the treatment effect.

Keywords


rTMS; Compliance; Mental disorders; Nursing

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