Published online Mar 6, 2021. doi: 10.12998/wjcc.v9.i7.1610
Peer-review started: November 19, 2020
First decision: November 29, 2020
Revised: December 4, 2020
Accepted: December 22, 2020
Article in press: December 22, 2020
Published online: March 6, 2021
The value of the cooperative nursing care system of medical care has received widespread attention in recent years.
Surgery is an essential treatment for gastrointestinal tumors, which can effectively remove the lesions, but it can cause physiological changes and body trauma, further aggravate patient pain, increase the risk of postoperative complications, and affect patient mood and self-efficacy.
The joint adoption of cooperative nursing management and self-efficacy education can improve the physical and mental state of patients undergoing gastrointestinal tumor surgery, change the way of coping with the disease, and reduce the risk of postoperative infection, which is of positive significance to patients with gastrointestinal tumors.
According to the nursing plan, a total of 102 patients with gastrointestinal tumors treated in our hospital from October 2018 to February 2020 were selected and divided into a conventional group (n = 51) and a combined group (n = 51).
After the intervention, the daily life behavior management, cognitive symptom management, and disease management scores of the two groups were higher than those before the intervention. Those of the combined group were higher than those of the conventional group after the intervention. After the intervention, the two groups’ emotional, economic, and physical factors scores were lower than those before the intervention, and the combined group was lower than the conventional group. The infection incidence in the combined group (1.96%) was lower than that in the conventional group (15.69%).
The joint adoption of medical care and cooperative responsibility management and self-efficiency education can improve patients’ physical and mental states after gastrointestinal tumor surgery, change the response to disease, and reduce the risk of postoperative infection.
An innovative nursing model can achieve better treatment results.