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Analysis of Pain Assessment and Nursing Measures for Patients with Advanced Hematological Tumors

Journal: 《Trends in Oncology》 (Vol.2, No. 1)

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Page : 10-14

Keywords : Advanced hematological tumor patients; pain assessment; pain nursing;

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Objective: To analyze the pain assessment results and nursing measures and its effects on patients with advanced hematological tumors. Methods: Select 50 patients with advanced hematological tumors admitted to our hospital from January 2017 to January 2019, evaluating their pain levels when implementing pain care. Results: Among 50 patients with advanced hematological tumors, mild pain was 6.00%, moderate pain was 50.00%, and severe pain was 44.00%. The quality of life scores was increasing while the pain level assessment, Pittsburgh sleep quality index and mental state scores decreased after the implementation of pain care. The difference was statistically significant (P<0.05). Conclusion: Moderate and severe pain is common in patients with advanced hematological tumor. Considerate pain care is helpful to relieve pain, improve sleep quality and mental state.

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