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International Journal of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, 2021, 2(1); doi: 10.38007/IJPHPM.2021.020105.

Psychological Intervention on Postoperative Disease Treatment and Patients' Psychological Shadow Treatment


Francis Wilde

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Francis Wilde

Universiti Putra Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia 


Post-traumatic psychological disorders can lead to a series of clinical syndromes of physiological and psychological trauma reactions, which belong to a serious psychological shadow reaction state. In studying the occurrence, development and related factors of traumatic mental disorders, people pay more and more attention to the importance of stress factors. Therefore, there are many long-term changes in personality. Post-traumatic stress disorder can also lead to obvious psychological and social disabilities, and bring a serious financial burden to patients and their families. In order to minimize the negative impact of traumatic events on individuals and society, it is necessary to not only improve the medical level of physiological diseases, but also observe the psychological and psychological development results of individuals during stress events from the perspective of mental health. Based on the above background, this study aims to explore the impact of psychological intervention on post-traumatic stress disorder. This article explores the differences in resilience of different traumatic outcomes through research on factors that affect the resilience of the wounded, in order to reduce the incidence of post-traumatic stress disorder and promote the mental health of the wounded. Provide a theoretical basis for establishing an effective and feasible intervention model. The simulation results showed that the total score of psychological intervention was negatively correlated with the total score of SCL-90 and the total score of anxiety and horror (P <0.05; P <0.01), and negatively correlated with obsessive-compulsive symptoms, depression, hostility, paranoia, and mental illness (P <0.05) The level of psychological intervention directly affects the incidence of post-traumatic stress disorder, and individuals with low elasticity are more likely to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder than individuals with high elasticity.


Psychological Intervention, Psychological Shadow, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Influencing Factors, Psychological Resilience

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Francis Wilde. Psychological Intervention on Postoperative Disease Treatment and Patients' Psychological Shadow Treatment. International Journal of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (2021), Vol. 2, Issue 1: 37-50. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJPHPM.2021.020105.


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