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Title:Kakovost življenja bolnikov s kronično rano
Authors:Herceg, Kristijan (Author)
Lorber, Mateja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Veliu, Skender (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Herceg_Kristijan_2020.pdf (514,10 KB)
MD5: 86679EDAF1BE26FA91DBE33487483E88
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Uvod: Kronične rane so naraščajoč problem sodobne družbe, število obolelih se vsako leto zvišuje in povzroča zmanjšano kakovost življenja bolnikov, s tem posledično tudi vpliva na že obremenjen zdravstveni sistem. Namen raziskave je ugotoviti, katera področja življenja bolnikov s kronično rano so najbolj prizadeta oz. najnižje ocenjena. Metode: V raziskavi je sodelovalo 82 bolnikov v ambulanti za kronične rane. Uporabljen je bil validiran anketni vprašalnik za ocenjevanje kakovosti življenja bolnikov s kronično rano »Questionnaire on quality of life with chronic wounds«. Za analizo podatkov sta bila uporabljena računalniška programa Microsoft Office Excel 2016 in IBM SPSS 20. Rezultati: Ugotovljeno je bilo, da kronične rane vplivajo na vsa področja posameznikovega življenja. Najbolj vplivajo na psihično področje (x̄ = 2,08; s = 1,01) in najmanj na telesno področje (x̄ = 1,23; s = 0,86). Prav tako je bilo ugotovljeno, da kakovost življenja bolnikov s kronično rano ni povezana s starostjo in spolom bolnika, prav tako ni povezana z dolžino prisotnosti kronične rane. Razprava in sklep: Kronične rane predstavljajo resen problem za zdravstvo, ker prizadenejo vsa bolnikova življenjska področja, ter zelo obremenjujejo zdravstveni sistem. Zato je zaželeno, da bi ta naloga bila izhodišče za nadaljnje raziskave v tej smeri, saj smo zasledili, da so zelo redke v slovenskem prostoru.
Keywords:kronična rana, kakovost življenja, bolniki
Year of publishing:2021
Publisher:[K. Herceg]
Source:Maribor
UDC:616-001.4-036.1:316.728(043.2)
COBISS_ID:53712387 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:P1SVVBDJ
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Licensing start date:11.12.2020

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Language:English
Title:Quality of life in patients with chronic wound
Abstract:Introduction: Chronic wounds are an increasing problem in modern society, the number of patients is getting higher yearly causing a reduction in the quality of patient’s life. This has resulted to a series of impacts in the already burdened health system. The purpose of the research is to determine which areas of life in patients with chronic wounds are the most affected or the lowest rated. Methods: The study involved 82 patients in the chronic wound clinic. We brought the already validated questionnaire “Questionnaire on quality of life with chronic wounds” into use. Microsoft Office Excel 2016 and IBM SPSS 20 were used to analyze the data. Results: It was discovered that chronic wounds affect all areas of an individual’s life. They have the greatest effect on the mental state (x̄ = 2,08; s = 1,01) and the least on the physical state (x̄ = 1,23; s = 0,86). It was also found that the quality of life in patients with a chronic wound was not age or sex related to the patient, nor was it related to the length of the presence of the chronic wound. Discussion and conclusion: Chronic wounds are a rising problem in healthcare because they affect all areas of the patient’s life and seriously burdens the health system. Therefore, it is desirable that this task would be a starting point for further research in this direction, as we found that they are very rare on this particular subject in Slovenia.
Keywords:chronic wound, quality of life, patients


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