Background: Emotion Management is defined as means to recognize
their own emotions and the emotions of others by studying
individuals and groups, coordination, guidance, interaction
and control, to fully tap and nurture the emotional quotient of
the individuals and groups to develop the ability to control emotions,
to ensure that individuals and groups to maintain a good
moodstate, and thus good management. Postoperative incontinence
caused by radical prostatectomy is more common complication
in the clinical, we are often concerned about the objective
reasons, but the patient’s own subjective reasons we often ignore.
Objective: To investigate the effect of Emotional Management
with Postoperative Incontinence of Prostate Cancer Patients.
Patients and Methods: We give Questionnaire to 79 patients
after about a week of radical prostatectomy from May 2010 to
May 2011, The questionnaire is based on the ICI-Q-SF, I-QOL,
emotional status scale (POMS), we have designed a 22 item
Results: Survey showed that there is no significant correlation
(P>0.05) between age, operative time, surgical history, history
of, coronary heart disease, history of diabetes, family history,
educational background and other factors and postoperative
urinary incontinence. However, In the emotional subscale, there
is significant difference between the following questionnaire and
postoperative incontinence: (I) worrying about whether there is
incontinence after discharge. (II) confusion-confused caused by
how to care. (III) tension-anxiety generated by Agnostic symptoms
in the nursing progress. IV) depression-depressed about
how to return to social life. (V) anger-hostility because of lack of
guidance from medical staff care. (VI) tire-inert for not willing to
nurse by theirselves.
Conclusions: Emotional management plays a certain role in improving
postoperative incontinence of prostate cancer patients.