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“…In the study of Borges et al . (), they attempted to track and manage patients receiving hemodialysis and reported that there was a significant increase in the experimental group's protein levels compared to control group. Kim, Park, and Park () reported that individualized programs for patients receiving hemodialysis resulted in changes in physiological index.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…In the study of Borges et al . (), they attempted to track and manage patients receiving hemodialysis and reported that there was a significant increase in the experimental group's protein levels compared to control group. Kim, Park, and Park () reported that individualized programs for patients receiving hemodialysis resulted in changes in physiological index.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The physiological index and anxiety of patients receiving hemodialysis have an impact on the quality of life, complications, and mortality (Borges et al, ; Li et al, ). In this study, we found that positive change in anxiety and physiological index of patients receiving hemodialysis could occur not only in the existing medical staff‐led program but also in self‐performance management of this study.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…Malnutrition is associated with low intake of nutrients and a chronic inflammatory state that accompanies hemodialysis . Patients diagnosed with malnutrition have up to a 30% higher risk for mortality than those who had normal nutrition .…”
Section: Current Gaps In Care Around Clinical and Psychosocial Risk Fmentioning
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“…Malnutrition is associated with low intake of nutrients and a chronic inflammatory state that accompanies hemodialysis. 34,70,73,74 Patients diagnosed with malnutrition have up to a 30% higher risk for mortality than those who had normal nutrition. [75][76][77][78] Malnutrition is associated with hospitalizations and cardiovascular-and infectionrelated outcomes, and is measured with markers that are not routinely shared with patients or tracked by nephrologists.…”
Section: Malnutrition/inflammationmentioning
confidence: 99%