The Development of Hemodiafiltration Treatment Compliance Indicators and Discriminant Standards, Development of Hemodiafiltration Treatment Compliance Measurement - Convergent Form(HDFTCM-CF) : Focused on On-line Hemodiafiltration

혈액여과투석 환자의 치료이행 지표와 분류기준, 융합형 혈액여과투석 치료이행 측정도구 개발 : 온라인 혈액여과투석을 중심으로

  • Hur, Jung (Dept. of Nursing, Gimcheon University)
  • 허정 (김천대학교 간호학과)
  • Received : 2015.05.10
  • Accepted : 2015.07.20
  • Published : 2015.07.28


This study is to define the hemodiafiltration treatment compliance indicators and discriminate standards for hemodiafiltration patients and development of hemodiafiltration treatment compliance measurement-convergent form. Date was collected from 300 on-line hemodiafiltration patients. To verify the hemodiafiltration treatment compliance indicators and discriminate standards, used construct validity and content validity by clinical professional group. Discriminant ability of 3 indicators-interdialysis weight gain rate(IWGR), serum phosphate level, rate of self change of total hemodiafiltration treatment time(SCR-HEFTT)- is 95.6%(wilks ramda=.256, p=.002). And hemodiafiltration treatment compliance measurement-convergent form has 91.7% discriminant accuracy. Hemodiafiltration treatment compliance is important that nurses can aware pre-stage of complication and give appropriate nursing intervention. Also this measurement can be used for foundation data of the nursing intervention development that prevent dialysis patient's complication.


Hemodiafiltration;Compliance;Discriminant standards;Triage;Convergent measurement


Supported by : Gimcheon University


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