Use of Electronic Self-Monitoring for Food and Fluid Intake: A Pilot Study

Use of Electronic Self-Monitoring for Food and Fluid Intake: A Pilot Study


Identification: nnj_mj06A2
Issue: May-June 2006
Volume: Vol. 33, No. 3

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Goal: To describe a study of hemodialysis patients self-monitoring nutrient intake.

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  1. Enumerate the positive outcomes of self-monitoring as a behavioral intervention strategy.
  2. Summarize the findings from a study of individuals self-monitoring their intake of various nutrients.
  3. Generate ideas for ways to track nutrient intake by hemodialysis patients.


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