Patients' Perceptions Concerning Choice Among Renal Replacement Therapies: A Pilot Study

Patients' Perceptions Concerning Choice Among Renal Replacement Therapies: A Pilot Study

Identification: nnj_ja06A3
Issue: July-August 2006
Volume: Vol. 33, No. 4

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Goal: To explore the concept of choice perceived by patients receiving renal replacement therapies.

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  1. Summarize the perceptions of queried patients about their perception of having a choice of renal replacement therapies.
  2. Analyze the findings of a study of patients receiving renal replacement therapies and their involvement in the choice of that therapy.
  3. Recommend future research to determine patients involvement in the choice of renal replacement therapy to be used.


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