A comparison of quality of sleep between patients with chronic kidney disease not on hemodialysis and end-stage renal disease on hemodialysis in a developing country

Renal Failure
Salman T Shafi, Tahir Shafi

Abstract

Few studies have compared quality of sleep between pre-dialysis chronic kidney disease (pre-dialysis CKD) patients and end-stage renal disease patients on dialysis (ESRD) and have found inconsistent results. Objective of this study is to compare quality of sleep between patients with pre-dialysis CKD and ESRD in a developing country. This study was conducted in an out-patient department and hemodialysis unit of a tertiary care facility. Patients included had either pre-dialysis CKD or ESRD. Assessment of quality of sleep was done using Pittsburgh sleep quality index (PSQI). A total of 152 patients were included in the study. Out of these patients, 79 (52%) had ESRD and 73 (48%) had pre-dialysis CKD. Median PSQI score was 6 (IQR 3-8.8). Poor sleep quality (PSQI ≥5) was present in 100 (65.8%) patients. Only hemoglobin (β = -0.39, p < .01), depression (β = 0.56, p < .01) and history of cardiovascular disease (β = 0.22, p < .01) were associated with PSQI global score in a multiple linear regression analysis. There was no significant association between ESRD vs. pre-dialysis CKD and PSQI global scores and no significant co-relation between eGFR and global PSQI score (r = -0.34, p value .80) in pre-dialysis CKD patients. Poor sleep q...Continue Reading

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