Effects of systematic psychological intervention combined with feedback health education on psychological state, coping style and quality of life in patients with peptic ulcer
Quality of life in patients with peptic ulcer
In the last several years, researchers have shown that psychological factors have a significant influence in ulcer onset, progression, and cure. Patients with ulcers often feel anxious and sadness, and medication therapy is ineffective and prone to recurrence in these cases. Moreover, receiving feedback increases the learning process and helps to close the gap among both real and intended performance, it is a worthwhile investment. This study intends to assess the effectiveness of psychological intervention versus ulcer in patients with peptic ulcer using both the psychological intervention and feedback health education. Initially, the peptic ulcer patient’s datasets is gathered and that dataset is split into control team and study team. Standard treatment is given to the control team while the study team is carried on the psychological intervention with feedback health education. The assessment of the patient’s health condition is conducted through an ordinal logistic regression analysis regarding the psychological state, coping style, and quality of life. Moreover, score evaluation is employed with both Fisher’s exact and McNemar tests. The psychological intervention and feedback health education can provided better results in terms of improving the emotion, health, and life quality of ulcer patients, as well as reducing the occurrence of postoperative complications in such patients to some extent. The findings are depicted in graphical form by using the Origin tool.