Nursing Strategies for Patients with Extrathoracic Tumors Complicated with Diabetes Mellitus during Operation
The treatment of extrathoracic tumors with diabetes mellitus has always been one of the major concerns in
surgery. Not only because the chest has lungs and heart and other important organs, but also because of diabetes
patients easy to lead to a variety of complications. Therefore, in addition to the correct treatment measures,
reasonable nursing countermeasures are also essential. Nursing during operation can effectively eliminate the
adverse human factors before operation, it is of great significance to help doctors complete the operation and
enhance the quality of patients’ postoperative rehabilitation for improving the quality of patients’ treatment.
From March 2014 to February 2018, 70 patients with thoracic surgery tumor complicated with diabetes were
selected, randomized control group for routine nursing intervention, the research group in the control group on
the basis of the implementation of enhanced nursing intervention. The results showed that the incidence of
complications in the study group and the improvement of patients’ quality of life, the nursing effect was better
than that in the control group (P<0.05). Conclusion: effective nursing intervention can effectively improve
patients’ quality of life and improve nursing results.