The Roles of Nurses to Delay The Progression of Chronic Kidney Disease among Diabetic Patients Type 2


  • Sirinda Srichongchai
  • Chinta Tachavijitjaru
  • Sujintana Pankra
  • Waree Wanichpanjapol


โรคไตเรื้อรัง, เบาหวานชนิดที่ 2, บทบาทพยาบาล


Diabetes is a chronic disease needing the continuing care. The goal of diabetes care is to control blood sugar levels to prevent complications. Especially the most common complication, the chronic kidney disease. Nurses play the important roles to assist the patients to delay the chronic kidney disease as follows 1) During the stage of Early and Primary Prevention, nurses perform risk assessment and create Health literacy toward controlling their blood sugar level together with early detection of renal degeneration 2) At the stage of secondary prevention, integrate all various methods in order to rigorous approach of food consumption. 3) On the stage of Tertiary prevention, nurses perform closed care to help the patients with the glowing discomfort, specifically on the food intake. A variety of approaches to empower their patients to manage and care for themselves effectively should be applied by nurses.


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Srichongchai, S. ., Tachavijitjaru, C. ., Pankra, S. ., & Wanichpanjapol, W. . (2020). The Roles of Nurses to Delay The Progression of Chronic Kidney Disease among Diabetic Patients Type 2. NU Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 14(3), 1–9. Retrieved from