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Intradialytic range of motion exercise to enhance renal index among chronic renal failure patients receiving heamodialysis at Sree Balaji medical and hospital, Cchennai - pilot study report

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Abstract

True experimental research study was conducted at Haemodialysis’ Unit at Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital among End stage Kidney disorder patients receiving haemodialysis to determine the efficiency of ROM exercise on selected Renal parameters by using purposive sampling technique 12 patients for control group and 12 from experimental were selected for the study based on inclusion criteria. Patients’ with heart disease, cancer and Hb less than 9gms were excluded from the study. The experimental group were received intradialytic ROM exercise and determined the Renal index measurements like Urea,Cr,SGOT and SGPT the findings were In pretest , there is no major difference between the experiment and control group ,where as in post test the calculated student t test value as follows for Urea, creatinine,SGOT ,SGPT t=2.14 p=0.05, t=3.35 p=0.01, t=2.99 p=0.01, t=2.46 p=0.05 respectively. For control group calculated values for renal parameters were t=1.22 p=0.27, t=1.12 p=0.30, t=1.04 p=0.33, t=1.20 p=0.28 respectively found to be non significant.

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S. Semmalar, V. Hemavathy. Intradialytic range of motion exercise to enhance renal index among chronic renal failure patients receiving heamodialysis at sree balaji medical and hospital, chennai- pilot study report. Cardiometry; Issue 25; December 2022; p.129-134; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2022.25.129134; Available from: https://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no25-december-2022/intradialytic-range-motion

Keywords

ROM,  CKD,  ESRD,  SGOT,  SGPT,  Heamodilaysis,  Renal parameters
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