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1- PHD student, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, Kashan University of Medical Sciences, Kashan, Iran , ghanbari.afra99999999999991@yahoo.com
2- Trauma Nursing Research Center, Kashan University of Medical Sciences, Kashan, Iran
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Background & Aims: COVID-19 is an acute disease of the respiratory system with diffuse inflammation. In this disease, a wide range of symptoms can cause biological and psychological changes in performance. Skillful preparation of the patient to find the optimal way to deal with this disease, as well as maintaining the independence and vitality of life, is an important part of the treatment process in these patients. So the aim of this study was to use Roy's adaptability model in patient care for COVID-19 and to prepare the patient to deal with the problems caused by the disease based on the nursing process, which is made according to the instructions of the Roy model. Materials & Methods: The case report study was conducted in March 2020 in one of the hospitals of Qom University of Medical Sciences. A patient with COVID19 was examined and the Roy pattern was performed on him. Nursing care was performed based on the Roy nursing process in 6 stages. Results: The results of the study showed that the patient had maladaptive behaviors in 4 modes (physiological, adaptation of self-perception, role-playing, independence and dependence(. After performing nursing care based on the Roy adaptation pattern, maladaptive behaviors decreased. Conclusion: According to the results of the present study, implementing a nursing care program based on Roy adaptation model can be effective on the physical, psychological adaptation and reduction of maladaptive behaviors in patient with COVID 19. In this regard, Nurses can play a more effective role in improving the maladaptive behaviors of these patients by applying nursing care based on the adaptation model.
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