Psychosocial Aspects in Children with Chronic Renal Disease

  • B. M. Korsch
  • H. Trachtman
  • K. Braden
  • C. Scerra
  • N. Brier
  • R. A. Weiss
  • I. Greifer
  • G. Wolff
  • J. H. H. Ehrich
  • G. Offner
  • J. Brodehl
  • B. Blum-Gordillo
  • G. Gordillo-Paniagua
  • R. Eustace
  • M. T. Robles-Fabre
  • M. Bouras
  • G. Raimbault
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Abstract

It has been documented consistently that the psychosocial impact of chronic illness on child and family is determined in large measure by factors not intrinsic to any particular diagnostic category. Evidence accumulates that there are more commonalities between the attributes of chronically ill children across diagnostic categories than within any one diagnosis (Pless and Pinkerton 1975; Stein and Jessop 1982) and that the determinants of ultimate function are in large degree demographic, psychosocial, and developmental (Korsch et al. 1973).

Keywords

Depression Europe Creatinine Transportation Dementia 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • B. M. Korsch
  • H. Trachtman
  • K. Braden
  • C. Scerra
  • N. Brier
  • R. A. Weiss
  • I. Greifer
  • G. Wolff
  • J. H. H. Ehrich
  • G. Offner
  • J. Brodehl
  • B. Blum-Gordillo
  • G. Gordillo-Paniagua
  • R. Eustace
  • M. T. Robles-Fabre
  • M. Bouras
  • G. Raimbault

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