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Godišnjak Fakulteta sporta i fizičkog vaspitanja
2016-2017, iss. 22, pp. 39-48
article language: Serbian
document type: Scientific Paper
published on: 04/03/2017
doi: 10.5937/gfsfv1622039D
Physical activity of adults with hemophilia in Serbia
aOŠ 'Branko Radičević', Novi Beograd
bUniversity of Belgrade, Faculty of Sports and Physical Education
cUniversity of Belgrade, Faculty of Medicine

Project

Rare Diseases:Molecular Pathophysiology, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Modalities and Social, Ethical and Legal Aspects (MESTD - 41004)

Abstract

The subject of this paper is the involvement of adults with hemophilia in Serbia in physical activity through planned and systematic physical exercise and sports activities Authors have explored the basic socio-demographic characteristics of the respondents as well as the level of awareness about the benefits of physical activity for health and psychosocial status of adults with hemophilia. The aim of the research is to determine the difference between adults with hemophilia in Serbia in: the socio-demographic characteristics; in the presence of fear of injury; in awareness about the benefits of physical activity through physical exercise for overall health condition and quality of life and in accepting doctors' recommendations related to physical activity through physical exercise. The study included 44 adults with hemophilia surveyed in April 2016, at Ada Ciganlija in Belgrade, during the event marking the World Day of hemophilia patients in Serbia. As there is no sociological researches of involvement in physical activity of people with hemophilia in Serbia for now, the results of this research can be a specific type of a landmark in the implementation of further sociological studies of this population. The results suggest that the adults with hemophilia should be more involved in the physical activity or sport with the recommendation of doctors and trainers in accordance with the degree of severity of hemophilia.

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