Effect of Education On Knowledge And Practice Of Patients With Coronary Heart Syndrome

Effect of Education On Knowledge And Practice Of Patients With Coronary Heart Syndrome

  • Tahereh Nasrabadi
  • Atefeh Goli
  • Mohammad Heidari
Keywords: Education, self-care, performance, coronary syndrome

Abstract

Background & Objective: Due to the fact that the major cause of mortality and diminished quality of life of
cardiac patients, has its roots in self-care performance is incorrect and insufficient knowledge of the causes of these
problems. Objective is to determine the effect of education on knowledge and performance coronary syndrome
patients in hospitals of Qom University of Medical Sciences, was performed. Methodology: In an experimental study,
70 patients with coronary syndrome admitted in hospitals of Qom University of Medical Sciences easy and gradual
sampling were selected and divided into two groups. First, knowledge and performance of each patient in your care,
using questionnaires, checklists and interviews were observed, Then, each patient in the intervention group
completed an educational program consists of two 20-minute sessions with a presentation and question and answer
pamphlet individually received. Comparison of knowledge and practice groups through Wilcoxon and Mann-Whitney
nonparametric statistical tests were performed. Results: Rating coronary syndrome patients in all areas of knowledge
and practice self-care, pre-training between the two groups, was not significant. While the scores after education in
the intervention and control groups was significant. So that comparisons showed that awareness changes (8.4±9.39)
and performance (32.12±16.32) in the intervention group were significantly more aware of the changes (0.57±1.14)
and performance (0.98±1.11) in the control group that represents the effect of the intervention group. Conclusion:
The use of self-care educational program designed on the knowledge and practice of coronary syndrome patients in
the sample studied was effective and education is one of the suitable methods and to promote self-care. [Heidari M,
NJIRM 2016; 7(3): 86 - 91]

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Published
2018-01-21
How to Cite
Nasrabadi, T., Goli, A., & Heidari, M. (2018). Effect of Education On Knowledge And Practice Of Patients With Coronary Heart Syndrome: Effect of Education On Knowledge And Practice Of Patients With Coronary Heart Syndrome. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 7(3), 86-91. Retrieved from http://www.nicpd.ac.in/ojs-/index.php/njirm/article/view/1085
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