- Volume 18 Issue 2
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The Effects of a Secondary Stroke Prevention Program on the Health Risk Indicators and Self-Care Compliance of Stroke Patients
뇌졸중 이차예방교육이 건강위험지표와 자가간호수행에 미치는 효과
- Received : 2016.02.01
- Accepted : 2016.04.07
- Published : 2016.05.31
Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the effects of a secondary stroke prevention education program on the health risk indicators and self-care compliance of stroke patients. Methods: A non-equivalent control group pretest-posttest design was used to select the participants. Subjects were 54 stroke patients (27 in the experimental group and 27 in the control group) hospitalized in a K university hospital in D city, Korea. Health risk indicators and self-care compliance were measured both for a baseline, as well as after intervention. The data was analyzed using a chi-square test, paired t-test and ANCOVA. Results: There were significant differences in systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, fasting blood sugar, weight and self-care compliance. Conclusion: The results of the study indicate that an educational secondary stroke prevention program is effective for health risk indicators and self-care compliance of patients. Therefore it can be used as an effective nursing intervention in clinical practice.
Stroke;Secondary prevention;Health indicator;Self care
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