Russian Heart Failure Journal 2013year Teaching self-monitoring and self-care in management of chronic heart failure (review of literature and own data)

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Teaching self-monitoring and self-care in management of chronic heart failure (review of literature and own data)

Vatutin N. T., Kalinkina N. V., Eshchenko E. V., Khristichenko M. A.

Keywords: training of patients, CHF

DOI: 10.18087/rhfj.2013.5.1826

The review presents current data of literature on the role of self-monitoring and self-care in the management of CHF patients. The notion of “patient’s medical literacy” and its influence on compliance with the treatment and the course of disease are considered. The authors provided information on beneficial effects of teaching patients self-monitoring and self-case on the quality of life and prognosis of CHF. Factors influencing the education effectiveness and practicing the skills of self-monitoring and self-care are discussed. The review provides data of literature on the effect of active out-patient follow-up, telemonitoring, telephone contacts, social support and contribution of the family to management of patients with CHF. The authors provide their own data demonstrating reduced severity of CHF and increased exercise tolerance in patients trained in self-monitoring and self-care by individual programs developed in accordance with the level of patient’s medical literacy.
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