Memory predicted self-care maintenance in patients with heart failure among cognitive functions: Results from a structural equation model

@inproceedings{Kim2021MemoryPS,
  title={Memory predicted self-care maintenance in patients with heart failure among cognitive functions: Results from a structural equation model},
  author={Jinshil Kim and Sun Hwa Kim and Jae Lan Shim and Seon Young Hwang},
  year={2021}
}
Background: To explain the direction of specific cognitive function training that could prevent potential self-care deficits, the cognitive domain that affects self-care behaviours in patients with heart failure (HF) should be identified. This study aimed to confirm the relationship between major potential variables affecting self-care maintenance behaviours of patients with HF. The study also aimed to determine which cognitive domain predicts self-care maintenance among patients with HF… 

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