Fuzzy regression model clustering algorithm based assessment, analysis and acceptance of palliative care and psychological behaviors of elderly patients with cancer pain
To investigate the effect of palliative care on the psychological status of patients with advanced cancer. 106 elderly patients with cancer pain were randomly divided into observation group and control group, before enrollment, the symptoms check list was filled to assess the patient’s mental health level; the control group received conventional cancer nursing intervention, the observation group received palliative care intervention in addition to conventional nursing. 2 weeks after nursing intervention, The symptom check list(SCL-90) and Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-General(FACT-G) were released in the same way and the two groups of patients were re-evaluated. Symptom check list of the two groups before enrollment was higher than that of the national norm; after 2 weeks of nursing intervention, the score of symptom check list in the observation group was lower than that in the control group. The total scores total number of positive symptoms and the mean was lower than that before the intervention, with significant difference. Palliative care can effectively improve the advanced cancer patients somatization, coercion, interpersonal sensitivity, anxiety, depression and other adverse psychological conditions.
KeywordsPalliative care Pain Acceptance Psychological behavior Symptom check list
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