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    Selberg, Emma
    et al.
    Umeå University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Nursing.
    Nordvall, Sara
    Blodtrycksmätning i blodtrycksrum på hälsocentral: En empirisk enkätstudie2019Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (One Year)), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Background: In Swedish primary-care is blood pressure measurment a common procedure. Development in blood pressure care goes to blood pressure checks as self-care. It´s important that blood pressure control as examination method is performed correctly and safely in accordance with current guidelinesMotive: There is no scientific basis for how the patient manages responsibility for self-care of blood pressure.Aim: To describe how self-measurement rooms in primary care is used, with particular focus on motives, knowledge, implementation, compliance, participation and satisfaction. Comparing gender differences, and the importance of information on compliance.Methods: A quantitative cross-sectional study with addition of qualitative manifest analysis. The data collection was conducted in two weeks autumn 2018. Visitors in nine different self-measurement rooms (n =76) answered visitor surveys. The collected material was analyzed in SPSS statistics.

    Result: The majority of participants were satisfied with the ability to control blood pressure in self-measurement rooms, they visit this to a large extent on their own initiative, women to a significantly larger extent on the physician's advice. Men visit self-measurement rooms more frequently yearly. Sources of error occurred during self-checking, how participants received information about execution did not affect the presence of sources of error. Women estimated a significantly higher degree of relaxation than men. Men and women experienced equal participation in high blood pressure care. Positive views were expressed about self-measurement rooms, but there were also improvement areas presented.

    Discussion/Conclusion: Improvement areas for the self-measurement room presented are important to address and increased compliance with guidelines is necessary. The district nurse has an important role in the care of patients with high blood pressure, working individual-centered has advantages for empowerment and self-care. More research is necessary in the field of continued development of self-measurement rooms and self-care for patients with high blood pressure.

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