Postrenal transplant compliance from the perspective of African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, and Anglo-Americans.

@article{Siegal1997PostrenalTC,
  title={Postrenal transplant compliance from the perspective of African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, and Anglo-Americans.},
  author={B R Siegal and Stuart M Greenstein},
  journal={Advances in renal replacement therapy},
  year={1997},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={
          46-54
        }
}
Medication compliance by patients is a subject that has attracted attention because it has been identified as the third leading cause of renal graft loss. The purpose of this study was to gather specific information about renal-transplant recipients' cognitions, emotions, and behaviors during the postrenal transplant compliance process. Data from 519 renal transplant patients were collected through mailed surveys; chart audits were conducted for 397 patients in the sample. Findings revealed… CONTINUE READING

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