Medical Traumatic Stress Symptoms In Pediatric Patients on Dialysis andTheir Caregivers: A Pilot Study

Medical Traumatic Stress Symptoms In Pediatric Patients on Dialysis andTheir Caregivers: A Pilot Study

Identification: nnj_nd12A5
Volume: Vol. 39, No. 6
Issue: November-December 2012
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Acknowledgments:
The author gratefully acknowledges and thanks the patients and caregivers from the Texas Children’s Hospital Renal Service who shared their personal experiences and without whom this study and findings would not be possible. Much gratitude and appreciation is extended to Stuart L. Goldstein, MD, for his expertise and helpful comments.

Author’s Note:
Work originally presented as an abstract (poster) at the 31st Annual Dialysis Conference, February 20-22, 2011, Phoenix, AZ.

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Objectives:

  • Define medical traumatic stress as it relates to pediatric patients and their caregivers.
  • Discuss the medical traumatic stress that chronic kidney disease may have on pediatric patients and their caregivers as found in this study.
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