Effectiveness of Nursing Intervention Strategies on Physiological and Psychosocial Problems among Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease in Selected Hospital of Kashmir
Keywords:Chronic Kidney Disease, Nursing Intervention Strategies, Physiological Problems, Psychosocial Problems
Background: Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a worldwide serious condition associated with increased premature mortality, decreased quality of life and increased health-care expenditures. Learning about issues such as: disease process, strict adherence to renal diet, exercises and relaxation therapies in addition to adherence the medical treatment have helped chronic kidney disease patients to self regulate and improve their physical and social functioning. With this background the investigator got strongly convinced to design some evidence based ‘Nursing intervention strategies’ for CKD patients through clinical research to alleviate their sufferings with better clinical outcomes.
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