Renal Nursing

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) includes a spectrum of various pathologic processes that can lead to irreversible reduction of renal function. In Iran, this growth is higher than the global average and is about 12%. Many patients with end-stage kidney disease (ESKD) cannot get kidney transplants and undergo haemodialysis for many years. Basically, nurses are the main people who provide care for these patients, and their most important responsibility is to identify the essential care of these patients. Haemodialysis patients’ needs support both physically and mentally to adapt to their current status, and nurses can help them become accustomed to their problems and fears of the disease. Therefore, nurses’ awareness of high quality of care can affect the care of these patients and increase patients’ satisfaction and also the quality of the provided nursing care is the prominent factor of nurses’ involvement in the care program.

 

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