脳卒中患者の回復過程における主観的体験 : 急性期から回復期にかけて
The subjective experience of the recovery process for stroke patients : From acute to recovery period
The purpose of this research is to clarify recovery subjective experiences of stroke patients.Qualitative inductive research was performed using Grounded Theory as a reference. The subjects of the study were twelve patients who were urgently admitted to the hospital for seizures associated with stroke (first incidence) at 74 years of age or younger, who had a score less than FIM79 immediately after being admitted to the hospital, and who were able to verbally communicate without dementia. Interviews were consistently performed from within 1 week of the occurrence of the stroke for approximately 6 months. The results of the study showed that there were a total of 5 patterns of recovery based on changes in the aspects of "lack of comprehension", "actually feeling", "happiness", "ambivalence", and "new values", as well as the timing and frequency of periods of temporary despondency during each of these aspects. Conventionally, bouts of despondency have been considered a negative factor that hinders rehabilitation, but in this study, it was seen that after overcoming a bout of despondency, the patient not only recovered to the original level, but was able to proceed to a new level. Therefore, bouts of despondency can be perceived as an opportunity to promote recovery and suggest the need to support that opportunity with nursing care.
Journal of health sciences, Hiroshima University
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