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Abstract

Effects of Perioperative Psychological Reinforcement Intervention on Negative Emotion and Quality of Life in Lung Cancer Patients

Author(s): S. S. Lin* and Z. L. Lin
Thoracic Surgery Department, The First People’s Hospital of Wenling, Wenling 317500, China

Correspondence Address:
S. S. Lin, Thoracic Surgery Department, The First People’s Hospital of Wenling, Wenling 317500, China, E-mail: [email protected]


To study the effects of perioperative psychological reinforcement intervention on negative emotion and quality of life in lung cancer patients is the main objective. 120 lung cancer patients were selected and divided into two groups: experimental group and control group. The control group was given routine nursing and the experimental group was given psychological nursing. The difference in profile of mood states-short form scores, University of California, Los Angeles loneliness scale and distress tolerance scores, European organisation for research and treatment of cancer quality of life questionnaire C30 scores between the two groups before and after the intervention was comparatively analyzed to reveal the correlation between negative emotions and quality of life as well as the effects of psychological reinforcement interventions on negative emotions and quality of life. The difference in profile of mood states-short form scores, University of California, Los Angeles loneliness scale and distress tolerance scores between the two groups after the intervention were observed. Where, the total profile of mood states-short form score was (17.28±5.41) points in the experimental group and (37.62±11.50) points in the control group after the intervention. Correlation between negative emotions and quality of life was shown and psychological reinforcement intervention had significant impact on negative emotions and quality of life. Perioperative psychological reinforcement intervention can significantly improve negative emotions in lung cancer patients, improving patient satisfaction and prognosis.

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