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Quality of Life and Caregiving in Technological Home Care

Quality of Life and Caregiving in Technological Home Care Chapter 5 Quality of Life and Caregiving in Technological Home Care CAROL E. SMITH SCHOOL OF NURSING UNIVERSITY OP KANSAS CONTENTS Home Care Technologies Quality of Life with Home Cart Technology Nutrition Support ad Quality of Life Ventilation and Quality of Life Dialysis and Qualiry of Life Infusion and Quality of Life Family Caregivers with Home Care Technologies Caregiving for Oxygen-Dependent Patients Caregiving for Nutririon-Supporfed Patients Caregiving for Dialysis-Dependent Patients Patient Education with Home Care Technologies Long-Term Educarion for Caregivers and Patients Caregiving Education for Support ar Home Costs of Caregiving with Home Care Technologies Concl~lsions and Future Research Directions Technological home care has been described as a system of health services delivered by families who manage the care at home of individuals dependent on technology for survival (Andre, 1986; Copernan & Weigel, 1987; Lange, 1986; C. E. Smith, 1995). This chapter followed 'Technology and Home Care" of the Annual Review of Nursing Research (Vol. 131, which focused on the efficacy, cost-effectiveness, and delivery of home services of the six most com- monIy used technologies. This second chapter describes in detail the quality- of-life responses to technological dependence and the challenges that fami- lies face in caregiving, becoming educated http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Review of Nursing Research Springer Publishing

Quality of Life and Caregiving in Technological Home Care

Annual Review of Nursing Research , Volume 14 (1): 24 – Jan 1, 1996

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Chapter 5 Quality of Life and Caregiving in Technological Home Care CAROL E. SMITH SCHOOL OF NURSING UNIVERSITY OP KANSAS CONTENTS Home Care Technologies Quality of Life with Home Cart Technology Nutrition Support ad Quality of Life Ventilation and Quality of Life Dialysis and Qualiry of Life Infusion and Quality of Life Family Caregivers with Home Care Technologies Caregiving for Oxygen-Dependent Patients Caregiving for Nutririon-Supporfed Patients Caregiving for Dialysis-Dependent Patients Patient Education with Home Care Technologies Long-Term Educarion for Caregivers and Patients Caregiving Education for Support ar Home Costs of Caregiving with Home Care Technologies Concl~lsions and Future Research Directions Technological home care has been described as a system of health services delivered by families who manage the care at home of individuals dependent on technology for survival (Andre, 1986; Copernan & Weigel, 1987; Lange, 1986; C. E. Smith, 1995). This chapter followed 'Technology and Home Care" of the Annual Review of Nursing Research (Vol. 131, which focused on the efficacy, cost-effectiveness, and delivery of home services of the six most com- monIy used technologies. This second chapter describes in detail the quality- of-life responses to technological dependence and the challenges that fami- lies face in caregiving, becoming educated

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Annual Review of Nursing ResearchSpringer Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 1996

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