International Journal of Clinical Biology and Biochemistry

Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part A (2022)

The effect of dialysis on the psychological state of hospital entrance in the renal centers


Ahmed Hassan Kudhair and Khalid Hassan Abdalruda


The end stage renal disease is a worldwide problem that effect on many population in different countries and ends with either transplantation or hemodialysis. Patients pass in the dialysis according to the stage of renal disease and varied from one to three times a week and from one year to more than five years (Crook, 2012). 
Aim: To predict the effect of hemodialysis on the psychological state of patients and the development of these patients according to response to the hemodialysis
Methods: Cross sectional study of 200 individuals (130male and 70female) were selected. It occurred at Al-Hakeem hospital between Oct 2018 and March 2019. Data collection base on interview with patient by our research staff and the unite in the diabetic center at al Hakeem hospital. 
Results: Data showed that hemodialysis patient had most patients were unable to read and write followed by those who are able to read and write and most of them were induce hemodialysis from less than one year and induce twice times of hemodialysis per a week. Also the data indicate that the majority of them suffer from Glomerulonephritis and had a bad a moderate psychological state that not talk, not respond to relative and doctor instruction
Conclusion: The main causes of End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) were the infection of glomeruli and nephropathic hyperglycemia. Most of patients are uneducated which may play a role in incidence of ESRD
Recommendation: A further study should be conducted to evaluate the outcome of dialysis and it effect on the patients

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How to cite this article:
Ahmed Hassan Kudhair and Khalid Hassan Abdalruda. The effect of dialysis on the psychological state of hospital entrance in the renal centers. Int. J. Clin. Biol. Biochem. 2022;4(1):27-31. DOI: 10.33545/26646188.2022.v4.i1a.27
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