Self-efficacy as a Predictor on Fluid Intake Restriction among Patients with Hemodialysis in Indonesian

論文翻譯標題: 印尼血液透析患者的自我效能與液體攝入限制之相關探討
  • 潘 黛拉

學生論文: Master's Thesis


Background: Self-efficacy has been proposed to link with positive adherence outcomes in some difficult regimens of chronic condition However whether self-efficacy is also related to adherence in fluid intake restriction among hemodialysis patients have not been examine yet Purpose: to determine whether self-efficacy can be used to predict patients’ adherence in fluid intake among patient with hemodialysis Design and sampling: This was a cross sectional design study employed a convenience sampling in patients with hemodialysis at two hospitals in Yogyakarta Indonesia Indonesian - Fluid intake appraisal inventory (I-FIAI) were used to measure the self-efficacy A month inter dialytic weight gain (IDWG) were recorded to determine patiens’ adherence to fluid intake Analysis: Data were analyzed using SPSS software Descriptive statistic was used to identify current state of adherence to fluid intake and self-efficacy A hierarchical multivariate linear regression analysis was performed to assess the relationship between self-efficacy and fluid adherence after controlling other demographic and clinical factors Result: Of 159 respondents were recruited in this research Female patients with the increased of self efficacy score had lower weight gain indicating a good fluid intake restriction Interestingly result also revealed that environmental-specific self-efficacy score among Indonesian patients with hemodialysis was slightly lower that other countries possibly this due to climate difference between Indonesia and Northern European countries in the previous research Conclusion: Self-efficacy is a potential predictor that can be modified by nephrology nurses in enhancing fluid intake restriction among hemodialysis patients
獎項日期2014 7月 3
監督員Miao-Fen Yen (Supervisor)