Hemodialysis Case Study

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Title
“A Study to Assess Knowledge and Attitude of Hemodialysis Patient towards Self-care in Hemodialysis Unit, Hospital Sultanah Aminah Johor Bahru”.
Introduction
At the present time, the most common way to treat advanced renal failure is hemodialysis since it can extend the life time and survival of patient. It was also stated by Marzieh et al., dialysis lengthens the life of patient with ESRD. However, dialysis itself can affected the patients’ physical, mental and social. Also psychiatric disorders such as anxiety, depression, fatigue and dizziness. (Mahmoud & Nahla, 2015). Patients undergoing hemodialysis have so much uneasiness about their self-care since they need to depend on certain device or technique to care for their life. (Mahmoud
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The problem statements agreed with the title and seemed to be of significance. The problem was not clearly seen to the reader, and it required few more readings to understand why the researchers felt this study needed to be done. Maybe it was because of limited to the researchers’ resources and ability. There were 35 articles that has been used as reference in this research. The researcher cited no clear review of literature; however, several appropriate references were used in the introduction section. These statements contributed to the overall understanding of the subject and to the reasoning for establishing the problem statement. This research tested hypothesis about how that the nurse-led clinic would increase medical control and self-care outcomes. The purpose was clearly and briefly stated and agreed with the title. Again it was limited to the researchers’ capabilities and resources. Specifically, this study purposely to enhanced the patients’ disease-related knowledge, involvement and self-care ability. The research objectives were answerable, and they chose to obtain them by testing null hypothesis. The hypothesis was testable and can help to explain the problem. 30 patients were randomly selected to complete the study and they seperated into two groups of control and experimental. Controlled group was the patient with not given education on PCCC where patient given with education on PCCC was on experimental group. After 6 months, the findings show that there were no significant differences in any laboratory values, but the level of knowledge of the

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