Comparison of the Effects of Curcuma longa L. and Fish Oil Dietary intake on Nutritional Status and Quality of Life of Cancer Patients at Non Khun Hospital, Sisaket Province

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เพลิน สูงโคตร
Phunnee Worathum
Sarapee Nonta
Chantana Kamchatsattrupai
Ploenpit Boonchalee
Weerachart Worathum
Sasikan Sugkeaw

Abstract

Rational cancer are disease severity the first causes of death. Neutritional  are important issue. Cancer related cachexia play a key role in the progression and outcome of neoplastic disease. Objective: Comparison the effect of Curcuma Longa L. and fish oil dietary intake on nutritional status and quality of life of cancer patients. Cancer related cachexia play a key role in the progression and outcome of neoplastic disease. Methods cancer patients experiment design random. Subjective global assessment scoring and instrument consist WHOQOL-BREF-THAI. Sample received curcumin or fish oil 12 weeks statistic analyser Wilcoxon-Man whitney test  take. Result 50-60 year old %both group 1) received curcumin group 42.85% were liver cancer diagnosis and 28.56% were colorectal cancer diagnosis treated with cancer surgery 38.09% normal body mass index 47.61% received fish oil group 33.38% were liver cancer diagnosis and were colorectal cancer diagnosis treated with cancer surgery 71.42% normal body mass index 57.14%


2) nutritional status on received curcumin intake group nutritional status mean difference score 8.00, 7.58 no significant and fish oil intake group mean difference score 8.00, 7.00 and significant p < 0.05, 95%CI 0.001-0.3) quality of life of cancer patients received curcumin intake group nutritional status mean difference score 79.00, 93.00 and significant p < 0.05, 95%CI 0.001-0.133 and  fish oil intake group mean difference score 78.00, 94.00 and significant p < 0.05, 95%CI 0.001-0.133 and 4) Comparison the effect of Curcuma Longa L. and fish oil dietary intake on nutritional status of cancer patients between group pre-experimental mean difference score 8.29, 7.95 no significant and post-experimental mean difference score 6.72, 7.85 no significant comparison quality of life of cancer patients pre- experimental mean difference score 78.62, 78.86 no significant and post-experimental mean difference score 79.43, 76.29 no significant. conclusions comparison the effect of Curcuma Longa L. and fish oil dietary intake on  of quality of life cancer patients no significant documented of Curcuma Longa L. dietary intake for alternative treatment on cancer patients  for cachexia cancer or prevention for increasing their.

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