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MEDELLIN OLAYA, Judith  e  CARRILLO GONZALEZ, Gloria Mabel. Perceived social support and quality of life of people with chronic kidney disease undergoing renal transplantation. av.enferm. [online]. 2014, vol.32, n.2, pp.206-216. ISSN 0121-4500.  http://dx.doi.org/10.15446/av.enferm.v32n2.46099.

Objective: To establish the relationship between social support and perceived quality of life of people with chronic kidney disease undergoing kidney transplantation. Method: A descriptive correlational cross-sectional quantitative approach. 210 people participated transplanted, attending monthly control Colombiana de Trasplantes SA in 2011. We applied the instruments Quality of life patient version of Betty Ferrell, Perceived social support of Hilbert and Characterization format for individual socio-demographic with chronic disease of Chronic Patient Care Group of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. The association analysis was performed by determining the Pearson correlation coefficients and Spearman, using the program Version 17.0 SPSSS. Results: The socio-demographic characteristics of people with chronic kidney disease undergoing kidney transplantation are mostly men, aged between 18 to 60 years, married status, socioeconomic status 2, high school educated, self-employed occupation. The overall perceived quality is high being the spiritual, psychological and social, the most affected. Perceived social support in most cases is high, reporting the highest scores in the dimensions guide, social interaction, children in personal interaction. No statistically significant correlation was identified between quality of life and perceived social support in people with chronic kidney disease undergoing kidney transplantation. Conclusion: Aspects that can be related to other factors that need to be explored through qualitative approaches that recognize specific elements of the experience of chronicity and they are part of the quality of life perceived by users. Also should explore other variables such as complications, type of drug treatment and socio-demographic variables, which can be correlated with the perceived quality of life.

Palavras-chave : Quality of Life; Association; Social Support; Kidney Transplantation.

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