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Effects of Family-Center Empowerment Model on the Lifestyle of Heart Failure Patients: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial.

Rakhshan M, Kordshooli KR, Ghadakpoor S - Int J Community Based Nurs Midwifery (2015)

Bottom Line: Research tools are lifestyle and demographic information questionnaires.Before the intervention on lifestyle, all measures of the two groups were equal (P>0.001) but after the intervention; statistically significant differences were reported in all dimensions of lifestyle, the total lifestyle score in the intervention group was 70.09±16.38 and in the control group -6.03±16.36 (P<0.001).IRCT 2014072018468N3.

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Affiliation: Community Based Psychiatric Care Research Center. Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran.

ABSTRACT

Background: Cardiovascular diseases are the most prevalent disorders in developed countries and heart failure is the major one among them. This disease is caused by numerous factors and one of the most considerable risk factors is unhealthy lifestyle. So the aim of this research was to study the effect of family-center empowerment model on the lifestyle of heart failure patients.

Methods: This is a randomized controlled clinical trial on 70 heart failure patients referring to Hazrate Fatemeh heart clinic in Shiraz. After convenience sampling the patients were divided into two control and intervention groups using block randomization Method. The intervention based on family-center empowerment model was performed during 5 sessions. Research tools are lifestyle and demographic information questionnaires.

Results: Both intervention and control groups were similar regarding their demographic information (P>0.001). Before the intervention on lifestyle, all measures of the two groups were equal (P>0.001) but after the intervention; statistically significant differences were reported in all dimensions of lifestyle, the total lifestyle score in the intervention group was 70.09±16.38 and in the control group -6.03±16.36 (P<0.001).

Conclusion: Performing the family-center empowerment model for heart failure patients is practically possible, leading to improvement or refinement of their and their families' lifestyle.

Trial registration number: IRCT 2014072018468N3.

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Mentions: All patients were provided with explanations about research aims, probability of withdrawing from participation and anonymity of the research data. After obtaining written informed consent, questionnaires about their lifestyle and demographic information were completed. Then the patients were divided into intervention and control groups by performing balanced block randomization method with a total of 6 blocks; we randomly selected block size of 4. The design protocol of study is shown in figure 1.


Effects of Family-Center Empowerment Model on the Lifestyle of Heart Failure Patients: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial.

Rakhshan M, Kordshooli KR, Ghadakpoor S - Int J Community Based Nurs Midwifery (2015)

Consort flow diagram of the participants
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 1: Consort flow diagram of the participants
Mentions: All patients were provided with explanations about research aims, probability of withdrawing from participation and anonymity of the research data. After obtaining written informed consent, questionnaires about their lifestyle and demographic information were completed. Then the patients were divided into intervention and control groups by performing balanced block randomization method with a total of 6 blocks; we randomly selected block size of 4. The design protocol of study is shown in figure 1.

Bottom Line: Research tools are lifestyle and demographic information questionnaires.Before the intervention on lifestyle, all measures of the two groups were equal (P>0.001) but after the intervention; statistically significant differences were reported in all dimensions of lifestyle, the total lifestyle score in the intervention group was 70.09±16.38 and in the control group -6.03±16.36 (P<0.001).IRCT 2014072018468N3.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Community Based Psychiatric Care Research Center. Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran.

ABSTRACT

Background: Cardiovascular diseases are the most prevalent disorders in developed countries and heart failure is the major one among them. This disease is caused by numerous factors and one of the most considerable risk factors is unhealthy lifestyle. So the aim of this research was to study the effect of family-center empowerment model on the lifestyle of heart failure patients.

Methods: This is a randomized controlled clinical trial on 70 heart failure patients referring to Hazrate Fatemeh heart clinic in Shiraz. After convenience sampling the patients were divided into two control and intervention groups using block randomization Method. The intervention based on family-center empowerment model was performed during 5 sessions. Research tools are lifestyle and demographic information questionnaires.

Results: Both intervention and control groups were similar regarding their demographic information (P>0.001). Before the intervention on lifestyle, all measures of the two groups were equal (P>0.001) but after the intervention; statistically significant differences were reported in all dimensions of lifestyle, the total lifestyle score in the intervention group was 70.09±16.38 and in the control group -6.03±16.36 (P<0.001).

Conclusion: Performing the family-center empowerment model for heart failure patients is practically possible, leading to improvement or refinement of their and their families' lifestyle.

Trial registration number: IRCT 2014072018468N3.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus