Effects of Self-Management Programs on Self-Care and Control Blood pressure behavior of poor controlled Hypertensive patients

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Pimjai Aunban
Sumitporn Chomchan
Nitcha Tipwan

Abstract

          The purposes of the Quasi-experimental research, single group were studied the effects of self-Management programs on self-care and control blood pressure behavior of poor controlled hypertensive patients that follow by concept of self- management of Kanfer & Gaelick, 1991. The program was developed on the activity that effect to the self management programs, Such as, dining, exercise, stress management, quit alcohol drinking. Smoking cessation and continue taking medicines in treatment planed. The samples were the 30- poor controlled hypertensive patients, between October 2020 -March 2021, of the Health Promoting Hospital of Mae pha-han sub-district. On-tai sub-district, Sankhampang district, Chiangmai province. The research tools were the questionnaire. Data analyzed by Frequency, Percentile, Mean, the Standard deviation and t-test dependent.


           Results showed that 1) after received self- management program the sample group had a higher mean score of self-care behavior than before receiving the program with statistical significance at the .05 level. 2) After received the program the samples had lower mean blood pressure values ​​before receiving the program with statistical significance at the .05 level. Demonstrated that the program could change the self- care behavior and decreased blood pressure in the hypertensive patients. 

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