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INTRADIALYTIC PHYSICAL EXERCISE TO REDUCE FATIGUE ON HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS

Proceeding from jhptump / 2017-11-29 12:01:20
Oleh : Sri Suparti, Jebul Suroso, Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto
Dibuat : 2017-11-08, dengan 0 file

Keyword : INTRADIALYTIC PHYSICAL EXERCISE;Hemodialysis;Piper Fatigue Scale;PFS

Background: Hemodialysis patients suffer from uremic syndrome, weakness, decrease in physical activity that contribute to fatigue. Intradialytic physical exercise is known effective to improve physical function that has the potential to reduce fatigue. Previous intradialytic exercise research relatively use the heavier exercise program, use some equipment and not all patients can do it well. This study was performed to evaluate effectivity intradialytic physical exercise to fatigue. Methods: This quasi experiment pre and posttest with control group involved 68 respondents divided to intervention (n = 34) and control group (n = 34) with consecutive sampling. Intradialytic physical exercise was done twice a week during 6 weeks and standard intervention from hospital was done to patients in control group. Fatigue level was measured using Piper Fatigue Scale (PFS)-12 questionnaire before and after intervention, data were analyzed by t-test. Results: The results showed that there was significant mean of fatigue score in intervention group (post intervention 3.005 ± 1.386 and pre-intervention 4.999 ± 1.559) and control group (post intervention 5.973 ± 1.833 and pre intervention 4.750 ± 1.491) with p <0.05. Additionally, there is no significant difference of fatigue mean score between pretest intervention (4,999) and control group (4,750) with p >0.05. There was significant mean score fatigue posttest between intervention (3,005) and control group (5,973) with p <0,05. Conclusions: Thus, mild to moderate intradialytic physical exercise significantly reduce fatigue in patients hemodialysis. It becomes important for healthcare workers to recommend this program in patients undergoing hemodialysis.

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Background: Hemodialysis patients suffer from uremic syndrome, weakness, decrease in physical activity that contribute to fatigue. Intradialytic physical exercise is known effective to improve physical function that has the potential to reduce fatigue. Previous intradialytic exercise research relatively use the heavier exercise program, use some equipment and not all patients can do it well. This study was performed to evaluate effectivity intradialytic physical exercise to fatigue. Methods: This quasi experiment pre and posttest with control group involved 68 respondents divided to intervention (n = 34) and control group (n = 34) with consecutive sampling. Intradialytic physical exercise was done twice a week during 6 weeks and standard intervention from hospital was done to patients in control group. Fatigue level was measured using Piper Fatigue Scale (PFS)-12 questionnaire before and after intervention, data were analyzed by t-test. Results: The results showed that there was significant mean of fatigue score in intervention group (post intervention 3.005 ± 1.386 and pre-intervention 4.999 ± 1.559) and control group (post intervention 5.973 ± 1.833 and pre intervention 4.750 ± 1.491) with p <0.05. Additionally, there is no significant difference of fatigue mean score between pretest intervention (4,999) and control group (4,750) with p >0.05. There was significant mean score fatigue posttest between intervention (3,005) and control group (5,973) with p <0,05. Conclusions: Thus, mild to moderate intradialytic physical exercise significantly reduce fatigue in patients hemodialysis. It becomes important for healthcare workers to recommend this program in patients undergoing hemodialysis.

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