Factors Predicting Depression in Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis Patients

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อาทิตยา อติวิชญานนท์ สายฝน ม่วงคุ้ม วชิราภรณ์ สุมนวงศ์

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          This research aimed to examine predictors of depression based on factors including nutritional status, health literacy and family support  among patients undergoing continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. One hundred and nineteen participants were attending outpatient department, CAPD clinic at Chonburi hospital and Burapha university hospital. The instruments consisted of 1) personal data record form, 2) Mini Nutrition Assessment scale, 3) health literacy scale, 4) social support scale and 5) patient health questionnaire-9. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and stepwise multiple regression. The results showed 50.42% of participant had depression. Nutritional status and family support could explain 24.1% variability in depression (p < .05). These findings suggest that health care providers should screening depression among CAPD patients periodically to help clients correctly and rapidly and encourage family support appropriately. Moreover, they should advise to promote nutritional status.

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