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The effects of education for hemodialysis patients with a family caregiver on self-care practice and blood biochemical parameters
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The effects of education for hemodialysis patients with a family caregiver on self-care practice and blood biochemical parameters
Park, Ji Hyun; Choi, Hyunkyung;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of education for hemodialysis patient with a family caregiver on self-care practice and on blood biochemical parameters. A nonequivalent control group pretest and posttest design has been employed for analysis. Among hemodialysis patients in C university hospital located in Daegu, 56 subjects, 28 in experimental and 28 in control group, participated in the study from April to May in 2015. The experimental group whose family caregiver participated in education for hemodialysis patient reported significant differences in self-care practice (t
 Keywords
Biochemical parameters;education;hemodialysis;self-care;
 Language
Korean
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