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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2014;21(2): 174
뇌졸중 발생위험군의 뇌졸중 발생위험도, 뇌졸중 지식과 건강증진행위
노지희1, 신윤희2
1원주 세브란스 기독병원 응급중환자실
2연세대학교 원주의과대학 간호학부
Probability of Stroke, Knowledge of Stroke, and Health-Promoting Lifestyle in Stroke Risk Groups
Ji Hee Noh1, Yun Hee Shin2
1Wonju Severance Christian Hospital ECIU, Yonsei University
2Wonju College of Medicine, Department of Nursing, Yonsei University
Abstract
Purpose: This study was done to investigate the probability of stroke, knowledge of stroke, and health-promoting lifestyle among stroke risk groups.
Method: A descriptive correlational design was used. Data for 110 patients were analyzed. The probability of stroke was calculated using the Stroke Risk Profile from the Framingham Heart Study (2013), knowledge of stroke was measured using a questionnaire developed by Yoon et al. (2001), and health-promoting lifestyle was measured using the HPLP-II, developed by Walker et al. (1995).
Results: The average probability of stroke was 11.74, knowledge of stroke, 67.88, and health-promoting lifestyle, 2.27. Probability of stroke showed significant differences according to gender. Knowledge differed according to patients' salaries. Health-promoting lifestyle showed significant differences according to gender. There were no significant correlations between probability of stroke and knowledge of stroke or probability of stroke and health-promoting lifestyle, but there was a significant correlation between knowledge of stroke and health-promoting lifestyle.
Conclusion: Results indicate the necessity of active education to increase knowledge related to stroke which will contribute to an increase in health-promoting behaviors and make primary prevention a reality in the reduction of risk of stroke among stroke risk groups.
Key words: Cerebrovascular accident | Probability | Knowledge | Health behavior
주요어: 뇌졸중 | 발생위험도 | 지식 | 건강증진행위
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