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Title: 呼吸リハビリテーシヨンを継続している呼吸器疾患患者のリハビリテーションに関する知識と行動
Other Titles: Evaluation of Health Education in Respiratory Rehabilitation
Authors: 田所, 杏平 / 北川, 知佳 / 田中, 貴子 / 與座, 嘉康 / 中ノ瀬, 八重 / 有薗, 信一 / 川俣, 幹雄 / 門司, 和彦 / 千住, 秀明
Authors (alternative): Tadokoro, Kyouhei / Kitagawa, Chika / Tanaka, Takako / Yoza, Yoshiyasu / Nakanose, Yae / Arizono, Shinichi / Kawamata, Mikio / Moji, Kazuhiko / Senjyu, Hideaki
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2001
Citation: 長崎大学医療技術短期大学部紀要 = Bulletin of the School of Allied Medical Sciences, Nagasaki University. 2001, 14(1), p.37-44
Abstract: 呼吸器疾患患者に対する患者教育は,リハビリテーションの重要な要素として位置づけられているが,その効果については十分に評価されていない.教育効果を明らかにするために質問票により患者の知識や行動の状況を調査した.教育効果は各項目ごとで大きく差があること,また理解されていても誤った認識をもっている可能性があることも明らかになった.このことは,それぞれの項目の指導に当たる時間,また指導の形態が大きく影響していると考えられた.患者の理解や自己管理の実践状況の向上のため各職種がコミュニケーションを綿密にとり,各専門性を生かして包括的に呼吸リハビリテーションを行うことが重要である. / Patient education is an important element of rehabilitation, yet its effects in regard to respiratory disease patients have not been fully evaluated. We examined the effects of health education to 21 patients who were in a pulmonary rehabilitationon program, on knowledge and/or understanding of diesease, medication, breathing exercises, coping with dyspnea, controlling panic attacks, use of oxygen, self management, and social services. Their practices were also asked. Overall, The correct answer rate to the question asking knowledge was 65%. High correct answer rates were observed for questions regarding to respiration, while correct answer rates were low regarding to diet, social support, and coping with emergency. More than 60% of patients were practicing properly in terms of medication and self-control of respiration, while only a quater were taking proper diet. Patient education to support self-management of pulmonary conditions should be improved by involving various staff members like dieticians an nurses.
Keywords: 呼吸器疾患患者, 患者教育, 教育効果, 呼吸リハビリテーション
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/18338
ISSN: 09160841
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 14, No. 1

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/18338

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