What is Brain Cancer?
Brain cancer is a neoplasm growing in cranial cavity, which is also called intracranial tumor. Brain cancer include malignant tumors growing in various cells of brain itself, cranial nerves, meninges, skull, pituitary gland and other metastatic brain tumors.
As there are all bones in cranial cavity, once tumor developed in brain, intracranial pressure will increase, causing headache, vomiting, blurred vision, spasm, coma and other symptoms, besides, location of lesions and pathological properties vary with age.
What are the Nursing and Care Methods for Brain Cancer?
1. Eat more fresh vegetables and fruits.
2. Some proteins should be contained in the diet, such as egg white, fish and all kinds of bean products.
3. Eat less animal fat, including foods with high cholesterol such as lard, butter and cream, etc.
4. Avoid eating foods that will excite nervous system such as wine, strong tea and coffee.
1. Do not resist regularly going to hospital for check.
2. Patients with brain cancer are prone to bring about negative psychology, so family members should often communicate with patients.
3. Family members should often give encouragement to patient with brain cancer, helping the patient to build confidence to fight cancer.