Comparison of Full Columns of Madamorphosis and Conventional Radical Surgery for Colon Cancer Treatment on Postoperative Recovery
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OBJECTIVE: To study the effects of comparative full columulating and conventional cure for colon cancer treatment on postoperative recovery. METHODS: A 70 patients with colon cancer in January 2018, July 2019 were taken as a research object, and the 70 cases of colon cancer patients were divided into control group and observation group, and the observation group were divided into control group and observation group. Thompeed cancer patients, the observation group was treated with full coliform resection, and the control group was subjected to traditional root treatment, and finally compared the clinical efficacy of two groups of colon cancer patients and complications. RESULTS: According to the study, it has been found that the effective number of observation groups using full columulant resection is 12 (34%), the number of significant number of people is 21 (60%), the number of invalid people is 2 (6%), the total effective rate is 94 %; The number of effective people using traditional root-treated control group is 18 (51%), the number of significant number of people is 9 (26%), the number of invalid people is 8 (23%), with a total effective rate of 77%; Observer The efficiency is higher than the total efficiency of the control group, there is a difference between the two groups, statistically significant (P <0.05); patients with observation group after using full columulant resection, significantly lower than the traditional radical surgery The incidence of complications after treatment, there were differences between the two groups, and there were statistically significant (P <0.05). Conclusion: It is better to use full columular resection to the treatment of colon cancer, which can effectively help patients improve their quality of life and bring benefits to patients. It is worth vigorously promoting.
Full columinal resection, Traditional radical surgery, Colon cancer, Postoperative recovery