Ling Zhou, Ying Guo, Li Yuan, Zhenghui Dong
Sixth Affiliated Hospital of Xinjiang Medical University, Urumqi, Xinjiang 830000, P.R. China
Maintenance hemodialysis (MHD) patients refer to the patients who have received long-term stable hemodialysis treatment. Hemodialysis is a process that human blood is dialyzed by using dialyzer and dialysate to remove excessive liquid and impurities in the body, and absorb electrolytes and bases needed by the body through dialysate. Long term hemodialysis needs MHD patients to control their fluid intake, which is undoubtedly difficult for them, so it is easy to produce negative emotions, depression and negativity. Therefore, it is of great significance for MHD patients to maintain the health belief model (HBM). This paper mainly studies the intervention of MHD patients' liquid intake compliance and the construction of HBM under the background of informatization. In this paper, 200 MHD patients were selected for the study. Methods: 200 MHD patients were divided into experimental group and control group. The study used the value-added during dialysis as an index to measure the compliance of MHD patients with liquid intake, and analyzed the compliance of MHD patients with health beliefs. Experimental research shows that the weight change of MHD patients in the control group without liquid intake intervention is large, while the weight change of MHD patients in the observation group is small. For example, the relative value of weight increase in the control group is 3.67, and the relative value of weight increase in the observation group is 1.13. For MHD patients, it is necessary to carry out liquid intake compliance intervention.
Maintenance Hemodialysis, Fluid Intake, Compliance Intervention, Health Belief
Ling Zhou, Ying Guo, Li Yuan, Zhenghui Dong. Intervention of Fluid Intake Compliance and the Construction of Health Belief Model in Maintenance Hemodialysis Patients under the Background of Informatization. International Journal of Frontiers in Medicine (2021), Vol. 3, Issue 3: 22-27. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJFM.2021.030305.
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