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Assessment of the risk factors and various patient related attributes influencing hemodialysis

By: Samreen Tanveer, Mehran Ashfaq, Rashida Parveen, Kanwal Ashiq, Mehwish Qayyum, Mayyda Bajwa, Sana Ashiq, Afshan Arshad

Key Words: Hemodialysis, Renal failure, Intradialytic complications, Quality of life, Kidney transplant.

Int. J. Biosci. 14(4), 238-247, April 2019.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12692/ijb/14.4.238-247

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Abstract

Renal failure is associated with a variety of comorbid conditions and negatively affects the patients’ quality of life. The aim of current study was to assess various patient related attributes effecting on the efficiency of hemodialysis accompanied by vital parameters such as predominant cause of end stage renal disease, intradialytic complications, determination of diet plan impact on hemodialytic patients and analysis of hemodialysis as only treatment of choice in renal failure except kidney transplant. Data of 50 patients were collected from Sheikh Zayed hospital dialysis unit. Statistical analysis was done by SPSS version 22. About 40% patients presented a family history of renal disorders, 70% patients undertook peritoneal dialysis prior to hemodialysis, A-V fistula at lower arm was most recommended location for vascular access, 10% patients used heparin during hemodialysis, 60% patients were on iron and vitamin intake, 80% patients were on limited intake of sodium and fluid, 76% patients were taking potassium and calcium supplements and 80% patients were taking albumin and proteins. About 96% patients were taking Eprex injection and 80% patients were vaccinated. Joint pain and muscular weakness were major complications and 60% patients showed intension of kidney transplant to improve their quality of life. Hereditary factors, diet, fluid intake and lack of awareness play a key role in the incidence of renal failure. If awareness of renal disorders and hemodialysis amongst population could be developed then early diagnosis and better treatment of renal failure will be done along with improvement in the patient’s quality of life.

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Assessment of the risk factors and various patient related attributes influencing hemodialysis

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Samreen Tanveer, Mehran Ashfaq, Rashida Parveen, Kanwal Ashiq, Mehwish Qayyum, Mayyda Bajwa, Sana Ashiq, Afshan Arshad.
Assessment of the risk factors and various patient related attributes influencing hemodialysis.
Int. J. Biosci. 14(4), 238-247, April 2019.
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