AbstractAims: to comprehend the being-in-the-world while undergoing haemodialysis, aiming the offer of human care in its aesthetic dimension; to catalogue the perceptions of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) patients on the aesthetic dimension of their bodies regarding the care received while on haemodialysis; to suggest nursing care actions based on perceptions of the corporeity of the being-in-the-world during haemodialysis in an aesthetic dimension. Method: This is a phenomenological, descriptive-exploratory and qualitative study. Study setting: a haemodialysis clinic located in the state of Rio de Janeiro. Population of the study: 163 patients of the clinic. Patients who are over eighteen years old and undergoing haemodialysis, performed using the rope-ladder technique for at least two years, will be included in the study. A sample of 80 subjects is estimated, which is the corresponding number to the total of patients being submitted to the rope-ladder technique. They will be personally invited to take part of the research. Data will be collected through phenomenological interviews and analysed according to Amedeo Giorgio's method.
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