Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease and Their Quality of Life

ALKATHIRI, SALEH MOUSA A, ALSHUMRANI, MOSA AHMAD M, Alanazi Abdulelah Saleh N, Abdulmawla Hadil Mohammed O, Mohamed Saif Qayed Ahmed ‏ Obaid, Alanazi,Adel Saleh N, Alanazi Laila Khalid R


This study aimed at exploring the assessment of Quality of Life (QOL) in patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), and aiming at assessing the QOL of patients with stages 1–5 Chronic Kidney Disease CKD on conservative treatment in order to identify a possible association between Quality Of Life QOL and progression of kidney insufficiency. The results were compared with those obtained for patients on hemodialysis. Sociodemographic, clinical and laboratory data were also evaluated. And the study concluded that research efforts have expanded significantly to determine the state of pediatric CKD patient HRQOL and the factors that impact HRQOL across all stages of CKD and all modalities of renal replacement therapy. Data from all studies suggest that children with a renal transplant fare better with respect to HRQOL than those receiving dialysis.


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