Application of Clinical Nursing Pathway for Rapid Rehabilitation of Tubeless and Fasting Esophageal Cancer.

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Authors: Feng e Tian and Min Liu
Date: June 2020
From: Investigación Clínica(Vol. 61, Issue 2)
Publisher: Universidad del Zulia
Document Type: Article
Length: 5,949 words

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Due to the complexity of esophageal cancer surgery, the difficulty of the operation is greater, and the greater the trauma of esophageal cancer patients, the higher the postoperative recovery rate and the incidence of complications, the higher the mortality rate, the slower the recovery, and the esophageal cancer The postoperative rehabilitation of patients is closely related to the postoperative nursing behaviors of their nursing staff. Different postoperative nursing behaviors often bring different postoperative nursing treatment effects to the body of patients with esophageal cancer. The purpose of this article is to analyze the clinical application path of fast-free and fast-resisting esophageal cancer clinical care by observing and analyzing the application path of fast-recovery and fast-resisting esophageal cancer. The application of the clinical nursing pathway is compared with that before and after the rapid rehabilitation of patients without tubeless and fasting cancer. Using the method of this article, through the analysis of experimental data, we understand the application of the clinical nursing pathway for rapid rehabilitation of tubeless and antiesophageal cancer, and found that the application of the clinical nursing pathway plays an important role, and the satisfaction rate is 56%. Based on the analysis, the application effect of the clinical nursing pathway in the rapid rehabilitation of tubeless and fasting cancer was 57%. The research results show that the application of the clinical nursing pathway in the rapid rehabilitation of tubeless and fasting cancer has an important role, and then corresponding Standardize the operating procedures of nursing, improve the quality of nurse services, reflect the concept of high-quality nursing and improve the quality of life of patients after surgery. Key words: Tube-free and Banned, Esophageal Cancer, Rapid Recovery, Clinical Nursing Pathway

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