The relationship between anemia, depression, duration of hemodialysis, and quality of sleep among end-stage renal disease patients

Alifah Indrarini, Anggri Noorana Zahra, Sri Yona

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Abstract

Objective: The present study investigated the prevalence of anemia, depression, and duration of hemodialysis among ERSD patients and its relation with quality of sleep. Method: A total of 70 ESRD patients undergoing hemodialysis in referral Hospital in Bogor, Indonesia participated in the study. PSQI questionnaire and BDI II questionnaire were used to measure the quality of sleep and status of depression, respectively. The medical record was used to record the value of hemoglobin, and the demographic questionnaire was used to determine the duration of hemodialysis. The gathered data were analyzed using descriptive and chi-square test. Results: Almost all of the respondents had anemia (98.6%), poor sleep quality (94.3%), with minimal depression (64.3%). There is no relationship either anemia or depression with sleep quality of patient (p anemia = 0.957, p depression = 0.502, α = 0.05). And for the duration of hemodialysis showed a significant relationship with the patient's sleep quality (p = 0.049, α = 0.05). Conclusions: Physical impact is more common than the psychological impact in this study. Family support and attention of health care providers are very important to improve quality of patient's health. Thus they can live longer.

Original languageEnglish
JournalEnfermeria Clinica
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019

Keywords

  • Anemia
  • Depression
  • Duration of hemodialysis
  • ESRD patients
  • Sleep quality

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