English: Hope in elderly adults with chronic heart failure.
Español: La esperanza en adultos mayores con insuficiencia cardíaca crónica.
Português: A esperança em adultos maiores com insuficiência cardíaca crônica

Meriam F. Caboral, Lorraine S. Evangelista, Martha V. Whetsell

Abstract


This topic review employed Walker and Avant’s method of concept analysis to explore the construct of hope in elderly adults with chronic heart failure. The articles analyzed revealed that hope, as the belief of the occurrence of a positive result without any guarantee that it will be produced, is necessary for the survival and wellbeing of the elderly adults enduring this disease.

Key words: aged; heart failure.


How to cite this article: Caboral MF, Evangelista LF, Whetsell MV. Hope in elderly adults with chronic heart failure. Concept analysis. Invest Educ Enferm. 2012;30(3):406-411


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