주기적 영상교육이 혈액투석환자의 투석 관련 지식, 환자역할행위, 생리적 지표에 미치는 효과
- 주기적 영상교육이 혈액투석환자의 투석 관련 지식, 환자역할행위, 생리적 지표에 미치는 효과
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- Effect of Periodic Video Education on Knowledge about Hemodialysis, Patient Role Behavior and the Physiologic Index in Patients with Hemodialysis
- 전만중; 석윤미; 박종원; 김창윤
- 혈액투석; 영상매체; 교육; 지식; 행위; Hemodialysis; Video-Audio media; Education; Knowledge; Behavior
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- Journal of korean biological nursing science, v.15, no.3, pp.122 - 132
- The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of periodic video education on knowledge about hemodialysis, patient role behavior and the physiologic index in patients with hemodialysis. Methods: One-group pretest-posttest design was applied. A total of 50 patients with hemodialysis at a university hospital hemodialysis unit in Daegu participated. Periodic video education about kidney function, diet, arteriovenous fistula management, medication, and exercise was administered to them for 12 weeks at intervals of 2 weeks. Before and after the education, the participants completed the self-administered questionnaires of knowledge about hemodialysis and patient role behavior and the measures of serum potassium and phosphorus concentration, weight gain between hemodialysis sessions, and adequacy of dialysis (Kt/V). Statistical analysis was performed using paired t-test. Results: Knowledge about hemodialysis and patient role behavior were significantly different between before and after education (p<.01). For the physiologic index, serum potassium concentration and weight gain between hemodialysis sessions were not significantly different but the serum phosphorus concentration and Kt/V were significantly different between before and after education (p<.05). Conclusion:The results suggest that the periodic video education for patients with hemodialysis contributed to the change and improvement in knowledge about hemodialysis, patient role behavior, and the physiologic index.
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