Peritonitis in continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis patient


  • พัชราภรณ์ วงศ์ษาบุตร Faculty of Nursing, Ratchatani University


Peritonitis, peritoneal dialysis


Peritonitis is major complications from infections that lead to death in peritoneal dialysis patient. Health officials must take into account the factors that contribute to the risk or the cause of peritonitis to covered. Because not only in those who lack the self-care to change the dialysis solution and cleaning the exit cite only. It also affects people with low blood levels of albumin, anemia, constipation, low serum potassium, insomnia, delayed dialysis treatment as well as the psychological impact of chronic illness. Which often leads to admission to hospital increased suffering and complexity in care. Some patients may need to change modality to affect their daily lifestyle. As a result, the cost of health care has increased. It also affects to confidence in Choosing Renal Replacement Therapy with Peritoneal Dialysis. Nurses are a health care provider who plays an important role in screening for the risk of developing peritonitis. To provide advice, suggest solutions to reduce and prevent peritonitis for continuous peritoneal dialysis is effective.


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วงศ์ษาบุตร พ. (2018). Peritonitis in continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis patient. UBRU Journal for Public Health Research, 7(1), 22–26. Retrieved from