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Journal of Korean Critical Care Nursing 2009;2(2):18-27.
Published online December 31, 2009.

허혈성 심질환자의 질병관련지식, 불안 및 환자역할행위 이행과의 관계
박병남, 김용순, 현명선, 유문숙
1아주대학교 의료원
2아주대학교 간호대학
3아주대학교 간호대학
4아주대학교 간호대학
A Study on the Correlations among Knowledge, Anxiety and Compliance of Patient Role Behavior of Outpatients with Myocardial Ischemia
Boung-Nam Park, Young-Soon Kim, Moung-Seon Hyun, Moon-Sook Yoo
1Ajou University Medical Center
2College of Nursing, Ajou University
3College of Nursing, Ajou University
4College of Nursing, Ajou University
Abstract
Purpose
This study is to provide effective care to each individual with myocardial ischemia by finding out how the patient's knowledge related to the disease and anxiety level affect his/her compliance of patient role behavior.
Methods
The subjects of study were 100 patients diagnosed as ischemic heart disease at a university hospital located in Gyeonggi Province. The data were collected from May 19, 2008 to August 30, 2008. A cross-sectional descriptive survey was done using a structured questionnaires.
Results
The average score of knowledge level about myocardial ischemia was $22.24pm5.07$(out of 31), anxiety level was $54.68pm9.15$(out of 80), and compliance of patient role behavior was $34.28pm6.00$(out of 50). A significant correlation between the patient's level of knowledge and his/her compliance of patient role behavior was found(r=0.239 p=0.017). The patients who are females, singles, without occupation, have a long term being diagnosed, under-educated, tend to be excellent in their compliance.
Conclusion
The patient with a higher level of knowledge is better in his/her compliance of patient role behavior. Therefore, it is suggested that we need to develop nursing intervention to increase knowledge level as well as consistent educational support.
Key Words: Myocardial Ischemia, Knowledge, Anxiety, Compliance
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