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March 2015, № 3 (178)



Romashkina A.V., Burdakov V.V., Safronova A.I. FACTORS INFLUENCING THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF PATIENTS WITH CONSEQUENCES OF COMBAT TRAUMAGeneral questionnaire SF-36 ("SF-36 Health Status survey") was used to study quality of life in 70 patients with consequences of combat trauma, undergoing treatment in neurological department the establishment of health care "Orenburg regional clinical psycho-neurological hospital of war veterans". It is not established the link between quality of life with age, education and employment. It is positive influence of the family on the indices of quality of life patients with consequences of combat trauma. It is shown that the parameters of quality of life of patients with consequences of combat trauma on questionnaire SF-36 is lower than in the healthy population. It is detect factors affecting the quality of life of patients with consequences of combat trauma. On the physical health component of quality of life is affected by the degree of the injury, the severity of neurological symptoms. It is revealed negative impact of severity of headache on the physical and psychological components of quality of life. With increasing residual period after injury there is a significant restriction of social contacts, reducing communication due to deterioration of physical and emotional condition.Key words: combat injury to the head, quality of life, SF-36.

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Authors: Burdakov V.V., Safronova A.I.

Year: 2015


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