Single Port Thoracic Medical Tumor Resectionclinical Efficiency and Security Analysis Based on Evidence Based Thought
DOI: 10.23977/tranc.2021.030103 | Downloads: 2 | Views: 138
Guangyi Liu 1, Wei LI 1, Tihai Shan 1
1 District People's Hospital, Weifang City, Weifang, Shandong, 261206, China
Corresponding AuthorGuangyi Liu
This article discusses the clinical efficacy of single-port thoracoscopic anterior mediastinal tumor resection. The clinical efficacy and safety analysis of single-port thoracoscopic mediastinal tumor resection based on evidence-based thinking is proposed. Single-port thoracoscopic anterior mediastinal tumor resection has the advantages of small surgical wounds, less intraoperative blood loss, and fewer postoperative complications. Compared with traditional thoracotomy, the clinical efficacy and long-term survival are not significantly different. It can effectively improve the surgical index and relieve the degree of pain, and at the same time can reduce the incidence of complications, and promote the early recovery of patients. It is worthy of popularization and application. Evidence-based concepts are run through the whole process of clinical treatment, strengthen the quality of treatment, improve the quality of personnel, adhere to the quality of treatment, and promote the development of treatment.
KEYWORDSEvidence based thought, Single hole thoracoscope, Mediastinal tumor resection, Clinical efficacy
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Guangyi Liu, Wei LI, Tihai Shan. Single Port Thoracic Medical Tumor Resectionclinical Efficiency and Security Analysis Based on Evidence Based Thought. Transactions on Cancer (2021) 3: 13-17. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/tranc.2021.030103.
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