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Rihong Liu – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Nursing effect for postoperative Aphasia of patients with glioblastoma involving language areas
    Chinese Journal of Modern Nursing, 2015
    Co-Authors: Liyun Zhong, Yanzhu Fan, Rihong Liu

    Abstract:

    Objective
    To summarize the clinical observation content and nursing intervention methods for the post-operative Aphasia patients with glioblastoma involving human brain language areas.

    Methods
    A total of 74 patients with glioblastoma involving language functional area were included in this study. The primary nurses found the language dysfunction timely through closely observing patients′ illness state; the psychological support was provided at early nursing interventions and the communication was encouraged as well. The type of language dysfunction was evaluated by primary nurses who should master several communication skills for different types of language dysfunction and guided the patients for the fundamental language training.

    Results
    A total of 19 patients had Aphasia after surgery. Among them, 9 cases had Ataxic Aphasia; 5 cases had anomic Aphasia; 5 cases had sensory Aphasia. During the period of 9 to 30 days language nursing and training, patients′ language expression function increased from (69.74±13.40) at the 1st day to (73.47±12.74) at the 10th day and (79.74 ±12.06) at the 30th day. The differences were statistically significant (t=2.720, 3.974; P

Liyun Zhong – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Nursing effect for postoperative Aphasia of patients with glioblastoma involving language areas
    Chinese Journal of Modern Nursing, 2015
    Co-Authors: Liyun Zhong, Yanzhu Fan, Rihong Liu

    Abstract:

    Objective
    To summarize the clinical observation content and nursing intervention methods for the post-operative Aphasia patients with glioblastoma involving human brain language areas.

    Methods
    A total of 74 patients with glioblastoma involving language functional area were included in this study. The primary nurses found the language dysfunction timely through closely observing patients′ illness state; the psychological support was provided at early nursing interventions and the communication was encouraged as well. The type of language dysfunction was evaluated by primary nurses who should master several communication skills for different types of language dysfunction and guided the patients for the fundamental language training.

    Results
    A total of 19 patients had Aphasia after surgery. Among them, 9 cases had Ataxic Aphasia; 5 cases had anomic Aphasia; 5 cases had sensory Aphasia. During the period of 9 to 30 days language nursing and training, patients′ language expression function increased from (69.74±13.40) at the 1st day to (73.47±12.74) at the 10th day and (79.74 ±12.06) at the 30th day. The differences were statistically significant (t=2.720, 3.974; P

Yanzhu Fan – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Nursing effect for postoperative Aphasia of patients with glioblastoma involving language areas
    Chinese Journal of Modern Nursing, 2015
    Co-Authors: Liyun Zhong, Yanzhu Fan, Rihong Liu

    Abstract:

    Objective
    To summarize the clinical observation content and nursing intervention methods for the post-operative Aphasia patients with glioblastoma involving human brain language areas.

    Methods
    A total of 74 patients with glioblastoma involving language functional area were included in this study. The primary nurses found the language dysfunction timely through closely observing patients′ illness state; the psychological support was provided at early nursing interventions and the communication was encouraged as well. The type of language dysfunction was evaluated by primary nurses who should master several communication skills for different types of language dysfunction and guided the patients for the fundamental language training.

    Results
    A total of 19 patients had Aphasia after surgery. Among them, 9 cases had Ataxic Aphasia; 5 cases had anomic Aphasia; 5 cases had sensory Aphasia. During the period of 9 to 30 days language nursing and training, patients′ language expression function increased from (69.74±13.40) at the 1st day to (73.47±12.74) at the 10th day and (79.74 ±12.06) at the 30th day. The differences were statistically significant (t=2.720, 3.974; P