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KMID : 0615219850100010139
Journal of Kwangju Health
1985 Volume.10 No. 1 p.139 ~ p.154
A Study on Mental Health Condition in Hemodialysis Patient
김숙정/Kim SJ
Abstract
This study was designed to investigate mental health condition in hemodialysis patient and to provide useful information for planning individualized patient care and rehabilitation.
The subjects in this study were 34 hemodialysis patients of The Christian Hospital in Kwang-ju and The Chon-nam University Hospital.
The data were collected between September 17th and November 30th, 1984.
The measurement tool was the SCL-90-R that provided Korean version and standardized by Kwang-lel Kim et al.
Data of 34 subjects was compared with normal control group and analyzed of mental health condition according to the general characteristics(sex, age, religion, socioeconomic condition, duration of hemodialysis, education).
Analysis of data was done by use of percentage and ANOVA.
The results of Study were as follows.
1. The comparison of mental health condition of hemodialysis patients and normal control group was significantly higher scores on phobic anxiety scale and hemodialysis patients were higher mean scores on all scales than normal control group(p<0.01).
2. Considering sex difference, female subjects revealed significantly higher scores on anxiety and phobic anxiety scales (p<0.05).
3. According to age(29 years and under group, 30 years?9 years group and 40 years and over group), significant differences were seen 5 scales as depression, somatization, phobic anxiety, anxiety and interpersonal sensitivity(p<0.01, p<0.05).
4. In religion comparison, there were not significant.
5. According to socioeconomic condition, lower group was revealed significantly higher scores on somatization, daranoid ideation and psychoticism scales (p<0.01, P<0.05).
6. In duration of hemodialysis comparison, more than 6 months group was revealed significantly higher scores on paranoid ideation, psychoticism, interpersonal sensitivity, depression and hostility(p<0.01, P<0. 05).
7. In subgroup(9th grade and under group), dichotomized by education, significant differences were seen 6 scales as depression, interpersonal sensitivity, somatization, phobic anxiety, psychoticism and anxiety(p<0.005, p<0.01).
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