Sample 2425 Participants 1249 female 1176 males 104 Patients 76 women 28 men Medical data sheet of 16,165 End-stage Renal Dialysis patients (ESRD) was used for this study Sampling Method A multi-stage cluster random sampling technique was used A Purposive sampling was A Convenience sampling method was used to select
ARTICLE ANALYSIS 1 6 for this study (p. 3). used to select patients (p. 467) patients (p.1242)
ARTICLE ANALYSIS 1 7 Descriptive Statistics (Mean, Median, Mode; Standard Deviation) Identify examples of descriptive statistics in the article. Sociodemographic characteristic of adults and elderly in Narail district in Bangladesh: Total age in mean (Standard deviation): Mean: 52 Standard deviation (SD):17.0 Level of awareness of mental health condition (MHCs) n (%) Awareness of any MHCs: total- 1030 (42.5%) Knowledge of any MHCs symptoms: Participant Age: Mean (SD) Mean of 68, SD 7.98 Participants who had lived with their lung condition for between 1 and 76 years: Mean of 16, SD 16.24 Forms of care experienced by participants n (%): (p. 469) ARAS home care: 75 (73) Hospital and ARSA: 48 (46). Descriptive statistics for the Seattle Obstructive Lung Disease Questionnaire (SOLDQ) Mean (SD): Disables respondents in terms Age of cases and controls: Mean: 61.4 SD: 14.9 (p. 1242) Hemoglobin(g/dl), mean (SD) (p. 1242): Cases: 10.07(1.58) Controls: 9.95 (1.630)
ARTICLE ANALYSIS 1 8 Total: 1020 (99) of physical function: 14.6(11.84) (p.469) Inferential Statistics Identify examples of inferential statistics in the article. Overall level of awareness of any common MHCs: 42.5% p <0.001 Generally, more than 50 % of the participants were not aware of any MHCs, 3.3% were aware of bipolar disorder, 42% were aware of Majority of respondents prefer home treatments than hospital treatments: ( t (92)=2.78, p <0.01) Satisfaction with care: Range: 0-100 Reliability: 0.84 (p. 469) The result indicates that dialysis patients with RLS
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