How to care for three patients with oral cancer after discharge?
I believe that it is not necessary to say that the seriousness of the disease of oral cancer is well known.
Therefore, as a family member of oral cancer patients, in order to help their loved ones get out of the shadow of the disease as soon as possible, they must master some related nursing methods.
So how do oral cancer patients care after discharge?
Here are some of the ways to care for patients with oral cancer.
Nursing methods for patients with oral cancer 1. Psychological nursing psychological care is a compulsory course for every cancer patient and family member.
Family members should give patients more care and help in life and emotionally, timely assess patients’ psychological problems, and provide targeted encouragement and comfort.
Help patients regain their confidence in life.
Participate in social interaction, develop good habits and maintain a good attitude.
2, oral hygiene care oral cleaning is an essential part of oral cancer care measures.
Before meals, after meals, rinse your mouth before going to bed, use warm water or light salt water for mouthwash.
Whether there is food residue in the edge of the flap transplantation to clean up in time to avoid infection, if there is ulcer, timely treatment.
Save good habits, keep your mouth shut and keep your mouth clean.
3, diet care Oral cancer patients first supplemented with high protein, high vitamins, nutrient-rich liquid food, so that the body’s recovery gradually over-normal into a diet.
(1) Maintain a proper weight with a balanced diet.
Increase the intake of high-fiber foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole varieties and dried beans.
(2) Eat more foods rich in vitamin A or carotene, such as dark green, light yellow vegetables and fruits.
Vitamin A deficiency can cause thickening of the oral mucosa epithelium, which is related to the occurrence of oral cancer.
(3) More intake of vitamin C, such as porridge, citrus, papaya, fresh green vegetables.
(4) Avoid sorghum diet.
Grease avoids high temperature frying and repeated use.
(5) Choose fresh and natural foods, and eat less marinated, smoked, charred or added to prepare food.
Avoid food that is too hot or irritating.
(6) Avoid eating moldy food.
Avoid hard rice, whole grains, hard meat (such as claws, scorpions), small fish with bones, poultry, hard fruits, fried foods, large vegetables and hard fruits.
If drinking alcohol, it should be limited.