Received Oct 12; Accepted Dec 4. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution Licensewhich permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Abstract Patients with chronic end stage renal disease need dialysis to survive; however, they also need a treatment that suits their life situation. It is important that healthcare providers provide reliable, up-to-date information about different dialysis treatment options.
The narratives were analysed with a qualitative method. The results of this analysis are subdivided into five themes: The conclusion is that home haemodialysis provides a certain level of freedom, but the freedom is limited as the treatment itself is restrictive.
Introduction To suffer from chronic end stage renal disease means that the person becomes dependent on a life-long treatment in order to survive [ 1 Freedom and confinement.
Today there are many different treatment regimens such as haemodialysis HDhome haemodialysis HHDperitoneal dialysis PDand kidney transplant Tx. HD means that the patient goes to hospital, for example, three times a week for four hours each time, to get the blood purified with help of a dialysis machine.
All patients who are sufficiently motivated can be trained to self-manage and carry out HHD. It usually takes 6—8 weeks at a clinic to train patients.
A study in the USA highlighted the effects of HHD [ 8 ]; the results show increased patient well-being and better relationship with partners compared to when the patient started the HHD treatment. According to a study from Minnesota [ 9 ], frequent dialysis reduces the chance of cardiovascular disease and improves quality of life; however, it remains unclear whether it influences the survival chances of severely ill patients.
In Canada, HHD-patients show physical and mental improvement [ 10 ] as they felt they had more control over their lives and their negative experiences of the illness decreased. Nurses who care for patients that are chronically ill and in need of dialysis treatment give a lot of support and information to educate the patients.
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The results also highlighted that the patients that chose HHD estimated their own care ability to be higher than before they started HHD a.
According to Swedish law, patients should be allowed to be as involved as they wish in their treatment [ 14 ].
However, patients and healthcare providers often have different perspectives on what the most suitable care is and what the patients need to learn [ 15 ]. Berglund [ 1617 ] explained that it is a big challenge to learn how to live with a chronic disease.
Learning is described as a complex ongoing process that involves the whole person, in physical, mental, and life situations. Therefore, the aim of this study is to fill this gap.
Method A qualitative approach was selected to suit the aim of the study. According to Henricson and Billhult [ 18 ], new knowledge of a phenomenon can be developed with the help of qualitative data such as interviews or written narratives. According to Dahlberg et al.The misuse of this word restricts freedom and has imposed confinement on groups, cultures, individuals, as well as triggering individuals to inflict forms of confinement upon themselves.
This term has developed into a broad umbrella with a negative stigma propagated by society. Jul 24, · Freedom and Confinement Quotes Posted on July 24, by handmaidstaleguide “I know why there is no glass, in front of the watercolor picture of blue irises, and why the window opens only partly and why the glass in it is shatter-proof.
Freedom and Confinement In Never Let Me Go By Sofia Ordonez Background dystopian science fiction novel by Kazua Ishiguro. Has 3 acts, each describing a different phase of . Freedom and Confinement in Modernity proposes that imprisonment does not signify a tortured state of the individual in modernity.
Rather, it provides a new reading of imprisonment suggesting it allows Kafka to perform a critique of a modernity instead. Freedom and confinement! It is such an emotive word on its own. Freedom is taken to a different level when one has experienced confinement.
The latter sounds so negative yet one can grow and develop from the experience. Character building, quite! Reply. The freedom that the narrator and Luke used to take for granted is practically ridiculous now.
Their fantasies are common enough: buy a house, raise a family, make a life.