2021
DOI: 10.15386/mpr-1623
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Assessment of psychological distress in end stage renal disease: is it spirituality related?

Abstract: Abstract Introduction. Patients undergoing hemodialysis (HD) are faced with bearing this burden and report poor mental health. Spirituality can be a key factor in managing these problems among HD patients. Aim. This cross-sectional study aimed at exploring possible factors that are associated with psychological distress among HD patients and testing its relation to spirituality. Methods. HD patients were recruited from six dialysis units in Greece. Psychological distress was assessed using th… Show more

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“…Leeming, Murray and Kendall [ 23 ] reported that worsening HF caused the loss of independent living ability and patients’ meaning in life followed by loss of happiness and impaired quality of life. Although most studies demonstrated that the stronger meaning in life is, the better patients are able to face the stress of death and the better their quality of life, these studies assessed meaning in life at the end stage of diseases [ 16 , 24 , 25 ]. Our study revealed that the correlation between the presence of meaning in life and quality of life was also present in patients not at the end of life or who did not have advanced HF.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Leeming, Murray and Kendall [ 23 ] reported that worsening HF caused the loss of independent living ability and patients’ meaning in life followed by loss of happiness and impaired quality of life. Although most studies demonstrated that the stronger meaning in life is, the better patients are able to face the stress of death and the better their quality of life, these studies assessed meaning in life at the end stage of diseases [ 16 , 24 , 25 ]. Our study revealed that the correlation between the presence of meaning in life and quality of life was also present in patients not at the end of life or who did not have advanced HF.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…O estresse pode estar relacionado ao fato de serem submetidos a um regime medicamentoso complicado e a várias restrições alimentares, mudanças em seu papel na comunidade, família e casal, problemas socioeconômicos. A ansiedade pode estar presente devido a um sentimento de incerteza em relação ao futuro, de culpa, que combinam com a natureza incurável da doença (Fradelos et al, 2021).…”
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“…de depressão, e demonstrou também que a espiritualidade reduz vários deste sintomas (Fradelos et al, 2021;Santos et al, 2017).…”
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“…Thus, a negative relation was reported. Similarly, end-stage renal disease patients reported a negative relationship between religion and their distress because of their situation (Fradelos et al, 2021). The MRR 47,2 hypotheses emerging from the literature is and aspire to work away from the small samples often used by the literature and the famous small samples derived from distributed questionnaires:…”
Section: Stressmentioning
confidence: 99%