master's thesis
Effect of sleep disorders on the quality of life in patients with parkinson's disease

Željka Popijač (2016)
Metadata
TitleUtjecaj poremećaja spavanja na kvalitetu života u oboljelih od parkinsonove bolesti
AuthorŽeljka Popijač
Mentor(s)Silva Butković Soldo (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Cilj: Ispitati pojavnost poremećaja spavanja i ispitati njegov utjecaj na kvalitetu života u oboljelih od Parkinsonove bolesti te utvrditi postoje li razlike u poremećaju spavanja prema spolu i dobi, razini obrazovanja, duljini trajanja bolesti i s obzirom na samozbrinjavanje. Ispitanici i metode: Istraživanjem je bio obuhvaćeno 40 ispitanika oboljelih od Parkinsonove bolesti i 40 ispitanika kontrolne skupine. Kao instrument istraživanja uporabljen je standardizirani upitnik procjene kvalitete spavanja za oboljele od Parkinsonove bolesti PDSS i standardizirani upitnik kvalitete života oboljelih od Parkinsonove bolesti PDQ39. Rezultati: Značajno su nezadovoljniji spavanjem ispitanici koji boluju od Parkinsonove bolesti, u odnosu na kontrolnu skupinu s ocjenom (Mann Whitney test, p<0,001). Značajno su nezadovoljniji kvalitetom spavanja ispitanici koji u velikoj mjeri ili u potpunosti ovise o tuđoj pomoći (Mann Whitney test, p=0,048). U mobilnosti značajnije više su nezadovoljne žene u odnosu na muškarce (Mann Whitney test, p=0,038). Značajno su nezadovoljniji društvenim odnosima ispitanici sa završenom samo osnovnom školom (Kruskal Wallis test, p=0,025). Ukupna kvaliteta života najbolja je kod ispitanika koji žive sa supružnikom (Kruskal Wallis test, p=0,033). Ako je manje zadovoljstvo kvalitetom spavanja, značajno je veće nezadovoljstvo sa svim podskalama kvalitete života: mobilnost (p<0,001), aktivnost (p<0,001), emocionalni status (p<0,001), stigma (p=0,002), kognitivni status (p=0,001), tjelesno zdravlje (p=0,001) i ukupnom skalom (p<0,001), osim s društvenim odnosima (p=0,110). Zaključak: Istraživanje pokazuje pojavnost poremećaja spavanja u oboljelih od Parkinsonove bolesti; što je zadovoljstvo kvalitetom spavanja manja, značajno je veće nezadovoljstvo sa svim podskalama kvalitete života i ukupnom skalom, osim s društvenim odnosima.
KeywordsParkinson`s disease quality of life sleeping disorder PDQ39 PDSS
Parallel title (English)Effect of sleep disorders on the quality of life in patients with parkinson's disease
Committee MembersSilva Butković Soldo
Svetlana Tomić
Radivoje Radić
GranterSveučilište Josipa Jurja Strossmayera u Osijeku
Medicinski fakultet
PlaceOsijek
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineBIOMEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
Clinical Medical Sciences
Neurology
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeUniversity graduate study; specializations in: nursing
Academic title abbreviationmag. med. techn.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-01-26
Parallel abstract (English)
Aim: To research the sleeping disorder phenomenon and to examine its effect on the quality of life in patients with Parkinson`s disease, and determine whether there are differences in sleeping disorder regarding sex and age, level of education, duration of disease and considering the self-care. Examinees and methods: The research included 40 examinees with Parkinson`s disease and 40 examinees in the control group. The research instrument was a standardized questionnaire for assessing the quality of sleeping in patients with Parkinson`s disease PDSS and standardized questionnaire for the quality of life in patients with Parkinson`s disease PDQ39. Results: The examinees with Parkinson`s disease are significantly more dissatisfied with sleeping than the control group with the result (Mann Whitney test, p<0,001). Significantly dissatisfied with the quality of sleeping are the patients who are highly or entirely dependent on the help of others (Mann Whitney test, p=0,048). Regarding mobility, women are far more dissatisfied than men (Mann Whitney test, p=0,038). Regarding social relations, examinees who finished only primary school are significantly dissatisfied (Kruskal Wallis test, p=0,025). Entire quality of life is the highest in the examinees living with a spouse (Kruskal Wallis test, p=0,033). The less satisfied with the quality of sleeping, the more dissatisfied with all the subscales of the quality of life: mobility (p<0,001), activity (p<0,001), emotional status (p<0,001), stigma (p=0,002), cognitive status (p=0,001), physical health (p=0,001) and total scale (p<0,001); social relations excluded (p=110). Conclusion: The research proved the sleeping disorded in patients with Parkinson`s disease; the less the satisfaction with the quality of sleeping, the more dissatisfaction with all the subscales of the quality of life, and total scale, except the social relations. Key words: Parkinson`s disease, quality of life, sleeping disorder, PDQ39, PDSS
Parallel keywords (Croatian)Parkinsonova bolest kvaliteta života poremećaj spavanja PDQ39 PDSS
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:152:750938
CommitterBisera Kopf