Factor Influencing Self-Management Behaviors of Sodium Restriction among Congestive Heart Failure Patients

Authors

  • วันวิสา ทีอุทิศ
  • วัลภา คุณทรงเกียรติ
  • สุภาภรณ์ ด้วงแพง

Keywords:

Self-Management Behaviors, sodium restriction, congestive heart failure patients

Abstract

          This predictive correlational study aimed to: 1) assess factors influencing self-management behaviors of sodium restriction; and 2) predict factors (knowledge of congestive heart failure, severity of disease, depression, and social support.) influencing self-management behaviors of sodium restriction among congestive heart failure patients. Sample included 85 heart failure patients at the medical out-patient department, Prapokklao Hospital. A random sampling method was used to recruit the sample from September 2017 to January 2018. Research instruments included a personal information record form, an assessment of sodium restriction behaviors, an assessment of congestive heart failure knowledge, an assessment of depression, and an assessment of social support. Instrument reliability coefficients were .80, .78, .81, and .97, respectively. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, and multiple regression analysis.

          Findings revealed that mean score of sodium restriction behaviors was 41.81 (SD = 9.55). Knowledge of self-management could significantly predict 17.60 percent of the variance of sodium restriction behaviors (p < .001). These results suggested that nurse should provide knowledge of self-management for development of sodium restriction behaviors to sustainably promote sodium restriction behaviors among congestive heart failure patients.

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2019-01-01

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ทีอุทิศ ว, คุณทรงเกียรติ ว, ด้วงแพง ส. Factor Influencing Self-Management Behaviors of Sodium Restriction among Congestive Heart Failure Patients. JHNR [Internet]. 2019 Jan. 1 [cited 2022 Dec. 6];35(1):120-9. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/bcnbangkok/article/view/189181

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