Effects of Perception of Health on Hemodialysis Dependent Individuals’ Nonadherence to Diet and Fluid Restriction
Keywords:Diet, hemodialysis, perception of health, fluid restriction, nonadherence.
Purpose: The present study was conducted to determine the effects of health perception on hemodialysis-dependent individuals’ noncompliance to diet and fluid restriction. Material and method: The study was designed as a descriptive, cross ‐sectional, and correlational study. Findings: In the study, it was determined that the perception of health is related to a noncompliance to diet and fluid restriction and that their noncompliance to diet and fluid restriction levels decreased as their levels perception of health increased. Conclusion: Determining hemodialysis-dependent individuals’ perception of health and providing them with professional support will contribute to reducing noncompliance to diet and fluid restriction.
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