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Implementing heart failure self -check list at cardiology outpatient clinic in New Jersey

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Implementing heart failure self -check list at cardiology outpatient clinic in New Jersey
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Lewicki
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Bozena
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Bozena Lewicki
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Peijia Zha
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Rutgers University
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School of Nursing - RBHS
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Background/Purpose: Heart failure (HF) is a chronic, progressive and debilitating disease that places significant burdens on patients, families, and healthcare systems. The purpose of this pilot study was to evaluate the effectiveness of using a standardized self-check list in CHF patient's self-care maintenance, self-care management, and self-care confidence to improve patient's recidivism.
Methods: This study utilizes a pretest-posttest evaluation study design to assess the effectiveness of utilizing CHF Self-Check List. Self Care Heart Failure Index (SCHFI) was used to measure the effectiveness of CHF Self-Check List. There were thirty-three CHF patients from a cardiology practice clinic in central New Jersey participating in this study.
Results: There average pre-SCHFI self-care maintenance, management and confidence scores showed low scores however, a post-SCHFI assessment of these three parameters showed statistically significant improvement in self-care maintenance, management, and confidence [self-care maintenance: (p <0.001, 95% C.I.= 21.09 - 32.81); self-care management: (p <0.001, 95%CI =29.84 - 43.50); self-care confidence:(p <0.001, 95% CI= 15.17 - 31.05)].
Conclusions: Self-Chick List is an effective tool to improve patients' self-care outcomes. Healthcare providers need to consider incorporating Self-Chick List into current management guidelines to improve patient's quality of life.
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Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
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Chronic heart failure
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Heart failure -- Study and teaching
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Patient self-monitoring
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Includes bibliographical references
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