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Systematic Analysis to Improvethe Activities of Daily Living Performance in Hepatoma Patients

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  • Department of Medical Information, Kongju National University, 1355, Korea, Republic of

Abstract


The report is a trial to investigate a new model for analyzing the effect of information systems for living capacity improvement in hepatoma patients. The study participants were 124 patients who were diagnosed with hepatoma at least one year ago by internal medicine of a general hospital in local region, Korea. The analysis of the survey was achieved by respondents’ oral investigation from January 18 through April 28, 2016. The result verified as statistically significant test of body and energy enhancement in the participants who have eaten quinces every day after working tool of mediating system as compared previous working tool of mediating system(t=-4.27, p=.000).It revealed the persistence of life quality in participants. The durability of life quality summarizes higher rate in the respondents with hepatoma than control population. The paper resulted in significant enhancement of the recovery of living capacity from disease in hepatocellular carcinoma people. It will use as working tool for developing systematic materials of mediating technology.

Keywords

Disorder, Hepatocellular Carcinoma, Living Capability, Recovery, Systematic Review.

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