The operation room was praised for its "zero complaint" in 2004.Conclusion Performance of humane concern over the families of patients undergoing operations to meet their mental needs helps them live through the operative period safely and thus betters the nurse-patient relationship.
Results The mean scores of psychological element on the leukemia patients’ family members was higher than that of internal normal mode (all P<0.01), and there was correlation between that and age, sex, living site, profession, educational level, income, role, medical expense etc,and there was positive correlation between that and medical expense.
In this research, twogroupe of paticnis were interviewed by the author with the Family AP(iAR Questionnarie, one group was ofthe patients who discharged 4 - 6 years ago, the other group was of the palients who diseharged 5 - 7 monthsago. The result was that the family support of five-rear group was better than that of half-year group. So, theeducation for Patient's family numbers was very. important and should be thought highly by nurses.
In order to maintain patient's psychohealth, Personalities of various circles and clinical medical and nursing staff and patient's family should pay more attention to them and take diversified methods to relieve the depression emotion of the renal replacement therapy patients.
Results All staff in this study don't think the family sickbed have no positive effect to CHS and 65.55% staff think the family sickbed have great positive effect,and they have the same opinion on"convenient patients","convenient patient's family members"and"save money".
We performed studies of candidate loci in a group of Slavonic (11 patients) and Tajik (19 patients) families with ET.
Background: Beliefs about the causation of schizophrenia could influence the attitudes patients' families adopt towards the patient and may also influence their help-seeking behaviour.
Objective: To determine how frequently life support is withheld or withdrawn from adult critically ill patients, and how physicians and patients families agree on the decision regarding the limitation of life support.
This result and those of previous studies of the exploratory eye movements of schizophrenic patients' families suggest that exploratory eye movements reflect a schizophrenic vulnerability marker.
Studies examining quality of life report a fairly high degree of patient satisfaction, whereas patients' families frequently bear a heavy burden.