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2020, vol. 45, br. 4, str. 140-144
Uticaj sociodemografskih faktora i dužine trajanja bolesti na adherencu pacijenata sa arterijskom hipertenzijom
aDom zdravlja Krupa na Uni, Krupa na Uni, Bosna i Hercegovina
bDom zdravlja Kraljevo

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Ključne reči: hipertenzija; pacijent; saradnja; ljekar
Sažetak
UVOD: Svjetska zdravstvena organizacija definiše adherencu pacijenta kao spremnost da svoje ponašanje (u smislu poštovanja terapije, dijetetskog režima, životnog stila i sprovođenja dijagnostičkih procedura) prilagodi preporukama dogovorenim sa zdravstvenim radnikom. CILJ: Istraživanje je imalo za cilj da utvrdi uticaj sociodemografskih faktora i dužine trajanja povišenog krvnog pritiska na adherencu pacijenata sa arterijskom hipertenzijom. METOD: Istraživanje je obavljeno kao studija presjeka. Uzorak je činilo 170 pacijenata, 88 (51,8%) žena i 82 (48,2%) muškarca, prosječne starosti 58 ± 7,9 godina. Pored opšteg upitnika, u istraživanju je korištena Skala adherence u hroničnim bolestima (The Adherence in Chronic Diseases Scale). REZULTATI: Statistički značajno veća adherenca utvrđena je kod ispitanika životne dobi 60-69 godina i učesnika u istraživanju sa arterijskom hipertenzijom u trajanju dužem od 15 godina (p <0.05). Ispitanici sa završenom osnovnom školom imali su statistički značajno nižu adherencu (p < 0.05). Mjesto stanovanja, status zaposlenja i pol ispitanika nisu pokazali statistički značajan uticaj na adherencu ispitanika (NS). ZAKLJUČAK: Na adherencu ispitanika statistički značajno utiče životna dob, obrazovni status i dužina trajanja arterijske hipertenzije. Mjesto stanovanja, status zaposlenja i pol ispitanika ne pokazuju statistički značajan uticaj.
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jezik rada: srpski, engleski
vrsta rada: originalan članak
DOI: 10.5937/tmg2004140J
primljen: 06.08.2020.
objavljen onlajn: 08.03.2021.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 31.03.2021.

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