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Gulhane Med J. 2013; 55(2): 150-155


Nursing care for renal transplantation between mates: case presentation

Berrin Pazar (*), Ayla Yava (**), Hatice Genē (***).

Abstract
Kidney transplantation is one of the best treatment methods for significantly improving the quality of life for patients suffering from kidney disease. Transplantation patients expose to many stress because of operation and hospital environment. Patients who had kidney transplantation, concern about emerging of rejection risk and health status of donor. It was determined that patients with whom had good communication, given information before the surgery and care needs fulfilled, were willing to participate in their care and care management after discharging. This case presentation includes implementations and evaluations of a nursing care plan which improved for caring for a patient who had kidney transplantation from his wife/husband and being hospitalized at a university hospital. Our case presentation aims to prepare standard care plan for donor and recipient, to increase patient care quality and, to reduce the nurseā€™s work
load with the systematic approach.

Key words: Nursing care, kidney transplantation



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