A Comprehensive Study on Infection Factors and Nursing Care for Postoperative Incisions in Gynecological Cancer Patients

Elias Maria

This abstract summarizes the analysis of infection factors and nursing care in relation to postoperative incisions in gynecological cancer patients. Gynecological cancer often necessitates surgical intervention, but postoperative complications, particularly incision infections, can significantly impact patient recovery. This analysis explores various factors contributing to incision infections, including surgical site contamination, patient-related factors, duration of surgery, and preoperative preparation. They were divided into the study group and control group by cluster random sampling. The control group was given routine nursing mode, including matters needing attention in surgery, health education, prevention of complications, and dietary guidance. The study group implemented the high-quality nursing mode on the basis of the control group. Postoperative situation, incision infection rate, and quality of life were observed and compared between the two groups. The control group’s time to get out of bed, postoperative eating time, postoperative exhaust time, and hospital stay were longer than those of the study group. The comparison of the postoperative related conditions of the two groups showed that P < 0:05, which indicated that the difference was statistically significant. Additionally, it highlights the importance of nursing care in preventing and managing these infections. Effective nursing care strategies, such as preoperative patient education, strict aseptic technique, prophylactic antibiotics, postoperative wound care, promotion of mobility and nutrition, and patient monitoring, are discussed. By implementing these strategies, healthcare professionals can minimize the risk of complications and enhance patient outcomes for gynecological cancer patients.