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safety make it an ideal technique for the clinical application. Key Word(s): 1. Ultrasound-guided; 2. PICC; 3. conventional lmethod; 4. nursing; Presenting Author: ZHIJUAN YANG Additional Authors: MEIXIA WANG, XIAORU MA, XIAOYI CHEN, ZHANCHI LIU Corresponding Author: ZHIJUAN YANG Affiliations: Xijing Hosptial Of Digestive Disease Objective: To study the effect of Holistic-based Individual Nursing on the psychological status and treatment compliance of gastric cancer patients for chemotherapy. Methods: 76 cases of gastric cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy in our hospital were selected and randomly divided into 2 groups. 36 cases in control group Cobimetinib mw were given routine holistic nursing, 40 cases in observation group were given individual nursing on the basis of holistic nursing concept, namely in the biological-psychology-social medicine mode, make “patients” as the center, pay attention to the uniqueness of the individual, plan individualized care programs, and conduct diversified care respectively based on aspects of physiological, psychological, Selleckchem Saracatinib social, cultural, spiritual, etc. by using SCL-90 (symptoms self-evaluation scale), SAS (anxiety self-evaluation scale) and SDS (depression self-evaluation scale), LES (life event scale) and SSRS (social support rating scale) for evaluation. the psychological status and treatment compliance of the two groups
were assessed and compared at the end. Results: SCL – 90, SAS and SDS, LES, SSRS scores of the observation group patients were significantly lower than the control group (P < 0.05); The physical function, role function, emotional function and social function of patients in observation group were significantly strengthened, and anxiety, depression, nausea and vomiting symptoms were relieved (P < 0.05). patients in oxyclozanide the Observation group were more likely to adhere to the normative and full-course chemotherapy, both the treatment compliance and nursing satisfaction were obviously superior to the control group (P < 0.05). Conclusion: Holistic-based Individual Nursing for Gastric Cancer Patients undergoing
Chemotherapy is beneficial for improving their personal satisfaction, psychological status, and treatment compliance, and all together resulted in better medical treatment effects. Key Word(s): 1. Individual nursing; 2. Holistic nursing; 3. chemotherapy; 4. Psychological status; Presenting Author: MEIXIA WANG Additional Authors: LIAOLIAO XIN, LI HE, FENXIA LIU, ZHIJUAN YANG Corresponding Author: MEIXIA WANG Affiliations: Xijing Hospital of Digestive Disease Objective: To observe the common toxicity and side effects for Oxaliplatin based chemotherapy in colorectal cancer patients, and to explore the proper nursing for these patients. Methods: 100 cases with colorectal cancer after receiving chemotherapy of FOLFOX (Oxaliplatin + calcium folinate + 5-FU) regimen were followed up.