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外来化学療法を受けているがん患者の気がかりとそのサポート


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Title: 外来化学療法を受けているがん患者の気がかりとそのサポート
Other Titles: Concerns of cancer patients receiving outpatient chemotherapy and possible ways of supporting them
Authors: 楠葉, 洋子 / 橋爪, 可織 / 中根, 佳純 / 宮原, 千穂 / 土屋, 暁美 / 芦澤, 和人 / 福島, 卓也 / 澤井, 照光 / 浦田, 秀子
Authors (alternative): Kusuba, Yoko / Hashizume, Kaori / Nakane, Kasumi / Miyahara, Chiho / Tsuchiya, Akemi / Ashizawa, Kazuto / Fukushima, Takuya / Sawai, Terumitsu / Urata, Hideko
Issue Date: Mar-2012
Publisher: 長崎大学大学院医歯薬学総合研究科保健学専攻 / Master Course of Health Sciences Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Nagasaki University
Citation: 保健学研究, 24(1), pp.19-25; 2012
Abstract: Cancer-chemotherapy Concerns Rating Scale(CCRS)を用いて 外来化学療法を受けているがん患者62名の気がかりとそれをどの程度他者に話しているかについて調査した.気がかりがある人の割合は『病気の進行』に関する項目が最も高く,次いで『社会・経済の見通し』『自己存在』『日常生活の再構成』の順であった.気がかりを話す相手は家族や友人が多かった.「化学療法を継続していく中で自分の役割を案じている」「再発・転移への不安がある」などの自己価値や死を意識しやすい項目では40 ~ 50%の人が他者に話していなかった.医師や看護師は患者がこれらの気がかりを克服し治療や生活を継続していけるようサポートしていく必要がある. / We explored the concerns of 62 cancer patients receiving outpatient chemotherapy and the frequency with which they talked to others about their worries, by using the Cancer-chemotherapy Concerns Rating Scale(CCRS). The kind of concern most frequently raised by the participants was "disease progress", followed by "social and economic concerns", "self-existence", and "reorganization of daily life" in this order. People whom the patients talked about their concerns was mostly their families and friends. 40 to 50% patients did not talk to others about those concerns which easily led them to think about "self-worth" or "death", such as-"being anxious about own role in receiving and continuing chemotherapy" or "being worried about recurrence and metastasis". It is therefore crucial that nurses and doctors should not only be aware of such concerns but provide support so that patients may overcome their anxieties by, for example talking to others, and continue with their treatment.
Keywords: 外来化学療法 / がん / 気がかり / サポート / Outpatient chemotherapy / cancer / concern / support
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/28110
ISSN: 18814441
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 24, No. 1

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/28110

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