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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-447333


Objective To investigate the life quality changes and influencing factors of acute coronary syn -drome after stent implantation .Methods 100 cases with acute coronary syndrome received stent implantation were selected .SF-36 life quality questionnaire was used to survey the patients′life quality before operation and 6 months af-ter operation,and the life quality changes and influence factors were analyzed .Results 6 months after operation,the physical activity ,mental health ,social activities ,physical pain ,physical function ,physical role ,energy and health score of the patients were higher than before operation (P<0.05).According to Logistic regression analysis ,female,type 2 diabetes,underwent percutaneous coronary intervention ,ST-T segment elevation myocardial infarction were the im-portant factors affecting patients′recovery(P<0.05).Conclusion 6 months after stent implantation,the life quality of the patients with acute coronary syndrome were improved obviously;the female and underwent percutaneous coro-nary intervention have positive influence on patients′recovery,while type 2 diabetes,ST-T segment elevation myocar-dial infarction affect patients′recovery in negative way .

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-430403


Among 172 patients with coronary artery disease (CAD),94 received community and hospital joint management (joint group) after percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for Ⅰ year and 78 received community-based health education only (control group) after PCI.The compliance of medication,readmission rate,times of hospitalization,medical costs,major adverse cardiac events (MACE),and general quality of life inventory (CQOLI-74),self-rating anxiety scale (SAS) and self-rating depression scale (SDS) scores were compared between two groups.The rate of readmission,times of hospitalization,medical costs,the sores of SAS and SDS in joint group were lower than those in control group(P < 0.01 or 0.05).The compliance of medication,body health dimension,psychological health dimension and social function dimension in joint group were better than those in control group,but there were no differences in material life dimension and the MACE rate between two groups(P > 0.05).Community and hospital joint management can reduce the readmission rate and medical burden,and improve quality of life for elderly CAD patients after PCI.

Journal of Chinese Physician ; (12): 604-606, 2012.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-425971


Objective To assess the influence of community and hospital comprehensive Health management on quality of life in aged patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) after PCI.Methods 147 patients with CAD after PCI were divided into experimental group(72 cases) and control group (75 cases) accordance with their residential community.In control group,community health education was introduced.While in experimental group,hospital and community comprehensive healthy education lasted for one year.Before and after invention,major adverse cardiac events (MACE) was recorded and generic quality of life inventory (CQOLI-74),self-rating anxiety scale (SAS),and self-rating depression scale (SDS) were carried out on the basis of giving unite guiding words.Results The observation items of the SAS(34±6 vs41 ±7,t =2.714,P <0.01)and SDS(35 ±7 vs 41 ±8,t =2.572,P <0.05)scores in experimental group were lower than those in control group.Meanwhile the body health dimension(63 ± 12 vs 59 ±11,t =5.935,P <0.01 ),psychological health dimension(64 ± 14 vs 58 ± 13,t =6.116,P <0.01 ),social function dimension(64 ± 11 vs 58 ± 10,t =6.157,P <0.01 ) were higher than those in control group,but the difference of the material life dimension and the MACE rate were not statistically significant( P >0.05).Conclusions Community and Hospital comprehensive health management is a practical and valuable strategy for palliating the depression and anxiety and improving quality of life after PCI in aged patients.