Study on the Effect of Nursing Intervention on Perioperative Stress Response of Patients with Glioma
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Study on the Nursing Intervention Effect of Perioperative Stress Response of Patients Undergoing Glioma Surgery from March 2017 to March 2018, 84 Cases of Glioma Were Admitted to Hospital. Control Group: Patients Were Given Daily Care. to Study the Group's Quality Management Service's Performance in and after the Operation, Compared with the Control Group, the Systolic Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Were Better, and the Group's Statistical Difference Was Recognized. as a Conclusion, the Occurrence of Periodic Stress Response of Surgical Patients to Nurse Intervention Can Effectively Reduce, Improve Mental State and Self-Care Awareness, and Stabilize the State, So It Can Be Confirmed.
Brain Glioma; Nursing Intervention; Surgical Patients; Operative Period; Stress Response