Self Monitoring of Increased Interdialytic Weight Gain Crisis on Hemodialisys Client with Health Control Card in Mardi Waluyo Hospital in Blitar IndonesiaJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.6, No. 7)
Publication Date: 2017-07-05
Authors : Supono;
Page : 1456-1457
Keywords : hemodialysis; self-monitoring; blood-pressure; renal-failure;
End of Stage renal failure is a chronic kidney disease that requires special treatment such as hemodialysis. It is often occurs an increase in weight which comes from fluid overload due to the inability of kidney to perform the glomerular filtration functions by the nephron. This research was conducted on July 25th 2015 until August 25th 2015. Total samples of this research were 23 respondents. Purposive sampling technique was used to obtain the samples. Statistical test which used was paired samples t test with the result as follow there was no significant difference between weight before and after self monitoring (p=0.470). There was significant difference in systolic blood pressure between before and after self monitoring (p=0.000). This research suggest that using the technique of Self Monitoring Health Control Card can be useful for client who undergo hemodialysis.
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