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Welchen Nutzen hat psychologische Operationsvorbereitung?

Eine Metaanalyse der Literatur zur psychologischen Operationsvorbereitung Erwachsener
  • M. Johnston
  • C. Vögele
Part of the Jahrbuch der medizinischen Psychologie book series (MEDPSYCHOL, volume 7)

Zusammenfassung

Der Nutzen psychologischer Operationsvorbereitung wird heute kaum noch in Frage gestellt. Es ist jedoch wichtig zu bestimmen, in welchen Indikatoren postoperativer Erholung eine Verbesserung durch psychologische Operationsvorbereitung angestrebt wird und ob alle Interventionsverfahren dabei gleich effektiv sind. In der vorliegenden Übersicht wird deshalb der Effekt psychologischer Operationsvorbereitung vor dem Hintergrund der verwendeten Erfolgskriterien analysiert. Insgesamt betrachtet kann aus den Ergebnissen dieser Analyse der Schluß gezogen werden, daß ein signifikanter Effekt psychologischer Operationsvorbereitung in den meisten Erholungsparametern nachzuweisen ist. Prozedurinformation und Verhaltensinstruktionen scheinen dabei die erfolgreichsten Interventionsverfahren zu sein.

Summary

There is now substantial agreement that psychological preparation for surgery is beneficial to patients. It is important, however, to establish which aspects of recovery can be improved by psychological preparation and whether all forms of preparation are equally effective. In this chapter, therefore, the success of psychological preparation in adult patients is reviewed in terms of outcome rather than input. It is concluded that significant benefits can be obtained on all of the major outcome variables that have been explored. Information concerning the procedure and behavioural instruction seem to be the most effective interventions for improving postoperative recovery.

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