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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-419275


Objective To explore the effect of hospital-community-based collaborative management on elderly out-patients with chronic heart failure (CHF).Methods A total of 228 out-patients with CHF were randomly assigned to the community-based health management group (n =106 ) and the hospitalcommunity-based collaborative health management group (n =122).In community-based health management group,the patients only received community-based health management,while in hospital-community-based collaborative health management group the patients accepted comprehensive health management.One year later,medication compliance,readmission rate,mortality,average length of hospitalization,medical costs and Minnesota living with heart failure questionnaire (LiHFe) were compared between the two groups.Results No statistically significant differences in clinical data were found between the two groups at baseline.After one year,medication compliance was significantly improved in hospital-community-based collaborative health management group when compared to community-based health management group ( x2 =8.97,P < 0.05 ).Readmission rate,averagelengthof hospitalizationandmedicalcostsof hospital-community-based collaborative health management group were lower than community-based health management group (x2 =9.91 ; t =3.78,3.61 ; all P < 0.05 ).One year ago,the items of LiHFe including physical dimension,emotion,symptom and social dimension and total score showed no significant between the two group (t =0.42,0.81,0.66,0.44,0.41 ; all P > 0.05 ).While one year later,all the scores of hospital-communitybased collaborative health management group were significantly declined( t =6.37,11.81,6.16,9.64,9.13;P < 0.05 ).Mortality showed no significant difference between the two groups ( x2 =0.247,P > 0.05 ).Conclusion Hospital-community-based collaborative management for health care may be a practical and valuable strategy for decreasing readmission rate and medical burden and improving quality of life of elderly patients with CHF.