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Experience report about activities of nutrition education for hemodialysis patients and carers as a tool for healthcare team approach

RAFAELA SIVIERO CARON LIENERT, ALESSANDRA ASCOLEZE BOLDRINI, MARIA DE LOURDES THOMAS, DALMACIA DAIANE ALMEIDA DA SILVA, HELENA LUIZA MANTEUFEL ROYER, LILIAN PERES RIGHETTO DE ARAUJO, RUBIA NATASHA MAESTRI, FERNANDA HECK, ARIANE PAIVA VIEIRA, LARISSA KLEIN, VANIA ROHSIG

Em: International Congress on nutritrion and metabolism in renal disease. 17., 2014, Würzburg, v. 0, n. 0, p. 0-0.

Motivo: Produção Colaborador e Corpo Clínico

Setor HMV: Iep Unidade Pesquisa Em Saude

Área da saúde: Nutrição - Nutrição, Nutrição

Resumo: Objective: The dietary treatment of hemodialysis patients involves many challenges that are faced daily in clinical practice, which aim to improve clinical outcomes, nutritional status and provide better quality of life for the patients. The aim or this report is to describe the waiting room activities of nutrition education for hemodialysis patients family and carers. Method: Educational and participatory activities between the healthcare team and hemoialysis patients' family and carers were conducted by nutritionist in order to enhance patient supervision, offering appropriate evidence-based toold for a comprehensive and human care. In the three-month period, 14 workshops were conducted related to three main topics of nutritional counseling: interdialytic weight gain control, nutritional care for control of serum phosphorus and potassium. As an educational tool and to promote understanding among the participants, videos and graphic material were created by the nutritionist. Results: The development of this work has generated greater interaction between nutrition, family/caregivers and patients. During the discussions, many outdated food concepts emerged, making it possible to identify the needs and to give the families a better guidance. The existing bond was strenghened and the participants became even more interested in other periods of discussion and listening times, even for the simple exchange of successful experiences and difficulties among families. Conclusion: Critical Analysis: The use of this careful approach has preventative effects related to malnourishment and fluid overload. Final Thoughts: The healcare realized that this activities should be permanent as a routine care. New different topics will be brought up to be discussed as the ideas of all participants and other demands which arise during the course of treatment. The participation of a Cuisine Chef for teaching proper food preparation and addressing the feasibility of having a more correct nutrition during hemodialysis is also a strategy that will be part of the routine of these meetings.

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