2011
DOI: 10.1590/s1983-14472011000200007
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Avaliação da qualidade de vida em idosos submetidos ao tratamento hemodialítico

Abstract: 256Takemoto AY, Okubo P, Bedendo J, Carreira L. Avaliação da qualidade de vida em idosos submetidos ao tratamento hemodialítico. Rev Gaúcha Enferm., Porto Alegre (RS) 2011 jun;32(2):256-62.

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“…Some studies have shown that elderly people with chronic diseases undergoing hemodialysis and Standard Deviation Mean those who had suffered a stroke had low scores of quality of life, which was considered unsatisfactory (Rangel, Belasco, & Diccini, 2013;Takemoto, Okubo, Bedendo, & Carreira, 2011), and depressive symptoms (Braga et al, 2011). These findings are very different from those of the present study, which showed a good and satisfactory quality of life and low prevalence of depressive symptoms.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 99%
“…Some studies have shown that elderly people with chronic diseases undergoing hemodialysis and Standard Deviation Mean those who had suffered a stroke had low scores of quality of life, which was considered unsatisfactory (Rangel, Belasco, & Diccini, 2013;Takemoto, Okubo, Bedendo, & Carreira, 2011), and depressive symptoms (Braga et al, 2011). These findings are very different from those of the present study, which showed a good and satisfactory quality of life and low prevalence of depressive symptoms.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 99%
“…Research conducted in the south of Brazil evaluated 40 hemodialysis patients and demonstrated that lack of energy associated with insomnia during the night and dependence of medication and treatments, had a negative impact on QOL and capacity for work of those patients (16) . Another study (17) conducted with 150 kidney transplant recipients noted that fatigue interferes with the capacity for self-care of those patients.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is necessary to stimulate their capabilities to adapt positively to the new lifestyle and take control of their treatment. [3][4] From these assumptions, interest in research development arose from the researchers' experience in a hemodialysis unit with chronic renal patients, who in the course of care practices they observed changes in daily life of people from the diagnosis, resulting impact on social life and some difficulties arising because of treatment. In this perspective, the screen study emerged to the following questions: "How do patients understand kidney failure?…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%