alexa Interaction between “Link Musicians” and Patients in a Hemodialysis Center

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Interaction between “Link Musicians” and Patients in a Hemodialysis Center

Individuals with end-stage renal disease (ESRD), besides having to submit to treatment by hemodialysis (HD) for four hours, three times a week, also undergo to important changes in their way of life, in family and social relationships that culminate with the impairment of their quality of life, well-being, and also being under higher risk of depression [1,2]. In addition to the symptoms of the disease, individuals under HD need many adjustments in their personal, familiar and social relationships, compromising their emotional status.

Citation: Hoffmann TDR, Flusser V, Santoro LF, De Almeida FA (2015) Interaction between “Link Musicians” and Patients in a Hemodialysis Center: A Humanizing Experience that Improves Symptoms of Depression and Feeling of Well-being. J Depress Anxiety 4:199.

 
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