:: Volume 8, Issue 2 (Summer 2013) ::
IJNR 2013, 8(2): 65-72 Back to browse issues page
Effect of self care education on knowledge, performance and readmission of heart failure patients admitted in city hospitals of Ardabil
A Ghahramani Mr *, F Kamrani Mr, Sh Mohamadzadeh Mrs, M Namadi Mrs
Sabalan Social Security Hospital, Ardabil , a.reza644@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Heart failure, one of the most common chronic diseases and major causes of mortality in the world with high prevalence of progressive with hospital admissions are unpredictable. Self care one important aspect of treatment in patients with heart failure. Self-care education, is necessary part of the comprehensive plan of care for patients during hospitalization to be exposed. This study aimed to determine the effect of educational interventions on knowledge, performance and readmission in heart failure patients was conducted in Ardabil. Methods: This randomized clinical trial, a total of 44 samples from patients with heart failure hospitalization Sabalan and Emam Khomeini (RA) Ardabil gradual sampling were selected randomly in two groups case (n=22) and control (n=22) were studied. Patient groups, for four 20-minute sessions were trained by the researcher. Data from the questionnaires and during interviews with patients before and after the intervention were collected. Results: Data using SPSS version 16 software and using descriptive statistics and chi-square, independent t-test and the paired t-test were analyzed. Results indicate that after training, mean knowledge score in case group 89.60±5.95 in control group 62.47±8.84, mean performance score in case group 80.75±3.7 in control group 54.78±6.24, readmission rates in case group 15.8 with a mean and standard deviation of 1±0.15 and in control group 42.1 percent with a mean and standard deviation of 1.37±0.37 based on independent t-test mean knowledge and performance with P=0.0001 in the two groups had significant differences, but the amount Readmission Based on independent t-test with P>0.05 is not significant. Conclusion: The findings of this study indicate that educational programs implemented to promote awareness, self-care behaviors and decrease readmission of patients is effective. Therefore, planning authorities and health team members and provide educational services to patients with a purpose Improve self care behaviors can be largely prevented the readmission of patients and obviously it helped the family economy and society will and obviously it helped the family economy and society will And recommended the education of the patient privacy and the privacy will be respected.
Keywords: Education, self care, knowledge, performance, readmission, heart failure
     
Type of Study: Nursing Education | Subject: nursing
Received: 2013/07/15 | Published: 2013/07/15


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