Quality of life in chronic venous disease women

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O objetivo do estudo foi verificar a relação entre capacidade física e qualidade de vida em mulheres com doença venosa crônica. A capacidade física foi avaliada pelos testes: sentar e levantar (força de membros inferiores), flexão de braço (força de membros superiores), teste de caminhada de seis minutos (resistência aeróbia), alcançar as costas ( flexibilidade de membros superiores), sentar e alcançar ( flexibilidade de membros inferiores) e levantar ir-e-vir (agilidade). Qualidade de vida foi avaliada pelo questionário da Organização Mundial de Saúde WHOQOL-BREF composto pelos domínios físico, psicológico, social, ambiental e global. Correlação de Pearson foi usada para verificar a relação entre as variáveis. O valor de alpha foi estabelecido em 5%. Foram avaliados 32 pacientes (61,27 ± 7,78 anos). Correlações significativas foram observadas entre os domínios físico de qualidade de vida com o teste de sentar e levantar (r = 0,46; p = 0,001), flexão de braço (r = 0,39; p = 0,002), e teste de seis minutos de caminhada (r = 0,45; p = 0,01). Além disso, o teste de sentar e levantar apresentou fraca correlação com o domínio qualidade de vida global (r = 0,36; p = 0,004). Conclui-se que a resistência aeróbia e força muscular de membros superiores e inferiores tem relação com o domínio físico de qualidade de vida em mulheres com doença venosa crônica.

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09-11-2018
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