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Journal of Korean Society Quality Assurance Health Care 2012;18(1): 15.
Published online December 30, 2012.
위절제술 환자가 한 번에 식사할 양은 어떻게 결정하는가?
양애리1, 김이영1, 조춘자1, 석미희1, 김영순1, 박정윤2
1서울아산병원
2울산대학교
How single amount of the intake food is for patients with gastrectomy?
Ae Ri Yang1, Lee Young Kim1, Choon Ja Cho1, Mi Hee Seok1, Yeong Soon Kim1, Jeong Yun Park2
1Asan Medical Center
2University of Ulsan
Abstract
Background
Many gastrectomy patients have experienced poor intake and it was cause of the decreasing nutritional status. The purpose of this study was to identify the amount of the intake food and the influencing factors among gastrectomy patients.
Methods
A cross-sectional study was conducted with 163 patients who underwent gastrectomy. Data were collected through self-report questionnaires and chart review about demographic, clinical, nutritional status and dietary information and were analyzed with the SPSS 20.0 WIN program.
Result
Among 163 patients, the group with over 3/4 intake food was 115(70.5%). The group with 1/2 intatke was 30(18.4%) and the group with the lowest intake of 1/4 was 18(11.1%). There were significant differences in single amount of intake food by patient's subjective feeling(P<.001). Single amount of intake food among three groups were no significant difference in type of gastrectomy, hospital length, body mass index and albumin level.
Conclusion
The findings of the study showed that single amount of the intake food was correlated with subjective feeling of patients. Therefore, subjective feelings should be considered important factors in developing diet program for patients with gastrectomy.
Key words Stomach neoplasms;Gastrectomy;Intake food;Subjective feeling;Diet education;
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