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Enfermería: Cuidados Humanizados

Print version ISSN 1688-8375On-line version ISSN 2393-6606

Enfermería (Montevideo) vol.9 no.1 Montevideo  2020  Epub June 01, 2020

http://dx.doi.org/10.22235/ech.v9i1.2166 

Original Articles

Nursing intervention in health promotion for people on hemodialysis, disciplinary perspective: Integrative review

Nancy Méndez Barbecho1  2 
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6142-9220

Varinia Rodríguez Campo2 
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8170-6184

Alda Orellana Yáñez2 
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2184-0645

Sandra Valenzuela Suazo2 
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1308-4835

1Carrera de Enfermería, Universidad de Cuenca. Ecuador

2Facultad de Enfermería, Universidad de Concepción. Chile nancy.mendezb@ucuenca.edu.ec

Abstract:

People with end-stage renal disease on hemodialysis are susceptible to complications that can be prevented with health promotion, these complications can lead to disability and even early death, nurses are a part of the healthcare team; which is why they have a key role in education to improve the quality of life for this group of people. The present review intends to know the state-of-the-art, in relation to nursing intervention in health promotion for people with end-stage renal disease undergoing hemodialysis and its impact on quality of life. The formulation of the research question was used according to the acronym "PICO" (patients, intervention, comparison, results); subsequently, the search for the information was initiated in different databases of the repository of the University of Concepción: Pub Med, Web of Science, Virtual Health Library, Scielo and Scopus, in attempt to retrieve the greatest amount of information; seven scientific articles that met inclusion and exclusion criteria were finally selected. It was shown that the interventions were focused on diet, fluid intake, empowerment, self-efficacy and self-care; and one of them used Nola J. Pender's middle-range theory "Health Promotion Model". Finally, it concludes that the nursing intervention in promotion in this group of people improves their quality of life

Keywords: quality of life; nursing; chronic renal failure; health promotion; integrative review

Introduction

In the 21st century, there have been experienced profound demographic and epidemiological changes, which turn into an increase in the prevalence and incidence of Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases (CNCDs); these diseases threaten social and economic development, health and life of millions of people in the world 1. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) in 2014, they state that diabetes and high blood pressure are part of the CNCD group, that along with aging, are the main risk factors which lead people to the chronic kidney disease (CKD), this affects one out of every ten adults worldwide, which requires urgent attention 1,2, causing clinical, social and economic consequences for sick people, their families and health systems 1.

The last stage of CKD is Chronic End-Stage Renal Failure (ESRD), which leads to the need to choose a form of treatment such as peritoneal dialysis, hemodialysis, or transplantation to replace renal function 3. The incidence of new cases in end-stages generates a great demand, which currently covers more than one million patients in the world who live thanks to these treatment methods 4.

Hemodialysis, which is considered a safe procedure, seems to be the treatment of choice for patients with ESRD, however, together with the disease it generates alterations in physical activity, causes stress, social isolation, dependency and uncertainty regarding health and well-being 5.6; also, it is possible to progress to mourning and / or depression 7, turning into a sacrifice for the patients, their relatives or those living together; especially, due to the poor Quality of Life (QoL), complications, disability, and even early death 5,6.

The QoL according to the WHO is considered as " an individual's perception of their position in life in the context of the culture and value systems in which they live and in relation to their goals, expectations, standards and concerns " 8. The QoL of people with ESRD is substantially affected in terms of physical, mental, and social health, general perception of health, and burden of disease, due to dietary restrictions, changes in physical image and social relationships, in family and work; and finally, because they must adapt to illness, treatment, and the appearance of physical, emotional, and spiritual problems 9,10,11.

Promoting QoL in people with ESRD on hemodialysis could be considered as a challenge to develop the empowerment of patients in their treatment, allowing their participation in their care and in control of their own life 6,12, and achieve emotional, adaptive, cognitive and behavioral conduct7, to deal with their life experience. The essence of Nursing is the care of the human being, which allows the direct interaction of the binomial "nurse - user " in particular cases, as in the ESRD; this link is important because it allows nursing staff to apply the strategy of health promotion, from their nursing understanding, which will later influence the QoL of patients with kidney diseases 12.

The QoL is a research topic that within the nursing discipline has been the subject of its study, so this work seeks to review the literature published during the last 18 years, with the aim of knowing the state-of- the-art, regarding to nursing interventions in health promotion that improve QoL in people with ESRD receiving hemodialysis, in order to demonstrate the importance of nursing work as a discipline and profession, in this group of users.

Material and Methods

In this integrative review, there was used the methodology suggested by evidence-based nursing practice (EBP), which tries to provide the best evidence in research, relating it to clinical expertise 13. There were considered the first three steps of Melnyck and Fineout-Overholt, which are:

  • a. Ask the question of clinical importance,

  • b. Collection of the best and most relevant evidence,

  • c. Critically evaluate the evidence,

To formulate the research question, the PICO format was used, in which the research question was written as follows: Do ESRD patients receiving hemodialysis improve the quality of life with nursing intervention in health promotion?

A review was carried out in search of scientific literature, that answers to this question; the databases: Pub Med, Web of Science, Virtual Health Library, Scielo and Scopus; for which the following DeCS and MeSH descriptors were used, in Spanish, English and Portuguese: Promoción de la salud / Health promotion / Promoção de Saude - Enfermería / Nursing / Enfermagen - Insuficiencia renal crónica / Renal insufficiency chronic / Insuficiencia renal crónica - Calidad de Vida / Quality of life / Qualidade de Vida); conjugated with the Boolean operator AND, due to the characteristics of the investigation.

The inclusion criteria included: quantitative primary studies; written in Spanish, English and Portuguese; published between the years: 2000 and 2018; whose sample were people with ESRD receiving hemodialysis. All the investigations carried out were excluded in the exclusion criteria: in people under 18 years of age; receiving peritoneal dialysis or kidney transplant; by other professionals who do not belong to the nursing discipline; secondary as integrative, systematic reviews and meta-analyzes; case studies; qualitative and whose texts are not available on the web.

With an initial compilation of 62 articles from the scientific literature, in the first stage we proceeded to apply our own filters to the databases; in order to apply the inclusion and exclusion criteria at the second stage; and finally, in the third stage, process the articles selected for review (Figure Nº1). In relation to ethical considerations, copyright has been respected by placing the bibliographic citation of each of the articles used for this research.

Figure N ° 1: Flow chart of the scientific literature review 2018 

Results

With the 6 studies that are related to the subject and that met the proposed requirements, we proceeded to summarize them (Table Nº1) and analyze them.

Table N° 1:  Scientific articles selected for the review 2018. 

Prepared by: the authors

The estimated period of time for searching articles for the review was the last 18 years, finding two articles 14,15) published in the period 2000-2010 and four in the last six years 7,16,17,18).

Four of the published investigations were carried out on the Asian continent 7,14,15,16 and the rest were carried out in Brazil and Mexico 17,18. Regarding the research study designs, four of them were experimental 14,15,16,18 and the others were correlational or descriptive 7,17.

The data collection questionnaires of these studies were varied according to the objectives of each investigation. The Beck Depression Inventory in its versions BDI 14 and BDI-II 7, and the Kidney Disease Quality of Life Questionnaire in its version KDQOL-36 16 coincide in two investigations. In addition are used: the modified Anderson Empowerment Scale (ES), Strategies used by people to promote health (SUPPH) 14; Dialysis Diet and Fluids Non-Adherence Questionnaire (DDFQ), Quality of Life Index (QLI), Dialysis Patient-Perceived Exercise Benefits and Barriers Scale (DPEBBS), Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support 7; 6-minute walk test (6MWT), 10 repetitions of the sit-to-stand test (STS10), Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HAD), self-efficacy for exercise scale (SEE) 16, Application form (Nursing consultations mediated by sensitive / therapeutic listening) 17; Questionnaire about the lifestyle of the patient receiving hemodialysis treatment 18.

Among the main results of the experimental studies, it should be noted that the nursing intervention is effective in people with ESRD receiving hemodialysis, for: the empowerment of the individual in the pathology and its treatment 14, increase self-efficacy 14, self-care 14 and decrease depression 14; the accompaniment by professional nursing staff in an exercise regimen in the hemodialysis room allowed that 100% of the participants in the experimental group would not drop out of the program in relation to the dropout of 62.6% of the control group 15; 27% of the patients showed a total commitment to the dietary guidelines and 23.2% to the fluid guidelines during the last 14 days, it was analyzed that depression had a significant negative effect on quality of life domains 7; psychological dimensions such as self-efficacy, anxiety and depression, and all domains of health-related quality of life after a twelve-week exercise improved in the intervention group 16; Nursing applies the middle-range theory of Nola J. Pender "Health Promotion Model" leading participants to acquire behaviors in order to satisfy their well-being needs, because they value life, with a workshop that stimulated the development of reflective consciousness, providing the conditions for reflection on its reality and harmonization with life 17; Nursing educational support on the lifestyle that includes responsibility for health, hygiene and nutrition obtained a median value of the lifestyle (responsibility for life, hygiene and nutrition) in the pre-intervention phase of 92 and 107.5 in the post-intervention phase, with a statistically significant difference between the two of p <0.001 18.

Discussion

The reviewed studies effectively demonstrate that empowerment in relation to its pathology and treatment, by means of a nursing intervention, in people with ESRD on hemodialysis, increases self-care and self-efficacy, reducing depression and improving quality of life 14.

Most of the investigations are promoted from 2012; nursing interventions are obviously aimed at health promotion to improve the QoL of people on hemodialysis; considering physical activity, diet, fluid intake, self-efficacy, and self-care as determining variables of a good QoL 14,15,17,19.

The recommended physical exercises for this group of people are low intensity aerobics, the use of the arm where the fistula or arterio-venous graft is located should be avoided, this reduces sedentary lifestyle and increases well-being 16,20, thereby increasing the quality of life. On the other hand, non-adherence to diet and fluid intake is due to the individual patient characteristics in relation to their culture and this parameter of lifestyle is the most difficult to modify in patients 7; Based on this statement, it has been shown that nursing interventions manage to modify self-efficacy and self-care, making people feel safe in their own health care, significantly reducing their depression 14.

It is important to mention that for the nursing discipline, Nola J. Pender's middle-range theory, "Health Promotion Model" (HPM), was used in one of the studies whose authors conclude that linking theory to practice admits a bond of empathy and trust in the client´s relationship with health professionals, which provides a valuable possibility of interaction to jointly plan activities, actions and self-care behaviors 17, which becomes predominant for the discipline of nursing and its professional role.

Finally, it is important to mention that in another research it was shown that the nursing educational support has led everyone to develop a protective lifestyle, which makes the role of nursing in promoting healthy behaviors important 18.

Conclusion

In relation to the initial approach of this review, which was to know, whether the health-promoting nursing intervention improves the quality of life of people who have ESRD and are receiving hemodialysis; it concludes that the intervention carried out by nursing professionals as part of the multidisciplinary health care team of hemodialysis improves the quality of life of this group of affected population; therefore, nursing interventions are preponderant in improving the QoL of people with ESRD; however, it is important to emphasize that research in this area must continue, mostly to highlight this intervention in order to improve the state-of-the-art.

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How to cite: Méndez Barbecho, N., Rodríguez Campo, V., Orellana Yáñez, A., Valenzuela Suazo, S. Nursing intervention in health promotion for people on hemodialysis, disciplinary perspective: Integrative review. Enfermería: Cuidados Humanizados. 2020; 9(1): 54-64. Doi: https://doi.org/10.22235/ech.v9i1.2166

Contribution of the authors: a) Study conception and design, b) Data acquisition, c) Data analysis and interpretation, d) Writing of the manuscript, e) Critical review of the manuscript. N.M.B. has contributed in a,b,c,d,e; V.R.C. in a,b,c,d,e; S.L. in a,c,d,e; A.O.Y. in a,c,d,e; S.V.S. in c,d,e.

Correspondence: Nancy Méndez Barbecho, e-mail: nancy.mendezb@ucuenca.edu.ec

Managing scientific editor: Dra. Natalie Figueredo

Received: October 14, 2019; Accepted: March 20, 2020

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