Yanfen Xu, Wei Wei, BaiYun an, fengcai gu
Department of Surgery 2, People’s Hospital of Rizhao, Rizhao, China
Objective: To study the effect of nursing intervention on perioperative period stress response of glioma patients.
Methods: The clinical data of glioma patients undergoing surgery in our hospital were retrospectively analyzed and divided into two groups according to different nursing methods. The control group was given routine nursing. The observation group was given standardized nursing intervention on the basis of the control group. The clinical indicators, psychological status and pain scores were compared between the two groups.
Results: The heart rate and systolic blood pressure in the observation group before and after the surgery were lower than those in the control group, and the differences were statistically significant.
Conclusion: Nursing intervention has a positive effect on the perioperative stress response of glioma patients. It can maintain the stability of vital signs, improve the patient's psychological state and effectively reduce the pain, which is worthy of clinical promotion.
Glioma, Perioperative Period, Nursing Intervention, Stress Response