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hyperphosphatasis of patients with chronic hemodialysis. The subjects of
the study were 129 patients who had been diagnosed with late stage of
renal disease and received two or three times of hemodialysis per a
week. Data were collected from 15
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Data were analyzed with frequency, percentage, average, standard
deviation, t-test, -test, Logistic regression using SPSS WIN 24.0
version program.
The results of this study were as follows:
1. Of these 129 hemodialysis patients, 71 patients (55%) were
hyperphosphatasis.
2. Initially univeariate analysis was conducted to identify candidate
predicInitially univariate analysis was conducted to identify candidate predictor variablesor variables that were BMI(p=.004), times of
hemodialysis per a week (p=.024), TIBC (p=.035), CaP (p<.001),
Creatine (p=.012), subjective nutritive conditions(p=.024), weight increase
between hemodialysis (p=.001), BUN (p<.001), age (p=.048), causes
disease of chronic renal failure (p=.026), diet (p=.035).
3. In the multivariate analysis, the number of hemodialysis patients
who had hyperphosphatasis were significantly increased with under
common the following co-factors: diabetes(CI=1.38-333.47, OR=21.45),
hypertensives(CI=1.15-180.12, OR=14.41), subjective nutritive conditions
(CI=1.36-64.18, OR=9.37), weight increase between hemodialysis
(CI=1.18-20.05, OR=4.86), BUN (CI=1.01-1.14, OR=1.07).
Consequently, it is found that hypertension, diabetes, nutritive
condition, weight fluctuation, and BUN need to be reflected as important
factors on managing hyperphosphatemia among hemodialysis patients
since those are identified as important predicting factors. importance of
hyperphosphatemia among hemodialysis patients need to be recognized
through this study. I expect this study can be important basic data on development of integrated nursing intervention for intervention of
hyperphosphatemia and risk of hyperphosphatemia on hemodialysis
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