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2020, vol. 17, br. 2, str. 59-63
Emocionalno funkcionisanje dece i adolescenata sa celijačnom bolešću
aAkademija strukovnih studija Beograd, Odsek Visoka zdravstvena škola, Beograd
bUniverzitet u Kragujevcu, Fakultet medicinskih nauka, Katedra za pedijatriju

e-adresabiljananstojanovic@gmail.com
Ključne reči: celijačna bolest; dete; adolescent; ishrana, bezglutenska; depresija
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Cilj. Utvrditi da li postoji prisustvo simptoma depresije, a samim tim i narušenost emocionalnog funkcionisanja dece sa celijačnom bolešću u odnosu na zdravu decu istog uzrasta. Metode. Istraživanje je sprovedeno kao prospektivna, opservaciona studija. Ispitivanu grupu činilo je N 116 ispitanika (dece i adolescenata) uzrasne kategorije od 5-18 godina koji imaju dijagnozu celijačne bolesti. Kontrolnu grupu je činio isti broj zdrave dece koja su zadovoljila osnovne kriterijume "mečovanja" sa ispitivanom grupom prema uzrastu i polu. Za procenu emocionalnog funkcionisanja i detekciju simptoma depresije korišćen je Upitnik o raspoloženju i osećanjima (Mood and Feelings Questionnaire Short - MFQ-Child). Rezultati. Utvrđena je statistički značajno veća zastupljenost ispitanika kod kojih je prema graničnom skoru, moguće prisustvo depresivnih simptoma u grupi ispitanika sa celijakijom (p < 0,001). Zaključak. Kod dece i adolescenata sa postavljenom dijagnozom celijakije neophodno je imati u vidu psihološku dimenziju bolesti. Bezglutenska ishrana može stvoriti probleme u prihvatanju deteta od strane vršnjaka. Kod dece i adolescenata sa dijagnozom celijakije zbog neprijatnosti prouzrokovane drugačijim načinom ishrane u odnosu na vršnjake može se javiti i stanje psihološkog stresa. Prihvatanje bolesti i uspešno upravljanje dijetom bez glutena zahteva timski pristup.
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jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/pomc17-26135
primljen: 13.04.2020.
prihvaćen: 22.10.2020.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 29.03.2021.