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Title: Qualidade de vida de idosos normotensos e hipertensos, cadastrados na estratégia de saúde da família
???metadata.dc.creator???: Silva, Paula dos Santos 
???metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1???: Prestes, Jonato
???metadata.dc.description.resumo???: A longevidade possui implicações importantes para a qualidade de vida, podendo acarretar problemas com consequências sérias nas diferentes esferas da vida humana, como física, psíquica e social. Para o idoso com doença hipertensiva, não controlada, mais anos vividos, podem significar mais anos de sofrimento, uma vez que se torna necessária a aceitação da doença e a mudança brusca no estilo de vida. Por tanto, o objetivo deste estudo, foi comparar a qualidade de vida de idosos normotensos com idosos hipertensos assistidos no Programa HIPERDIA. Trata-se de uma pesquisa de quantitativa de delineamento transversal. Participaram da pesquisa 80 idosos residentes no município de Barreiras-BA, com idade igual ou superior a 60 anos. Foram utilizados três instrumentos para a coleta de dados: questionário WOQOL-OLD, validado no Brasil por Fleck em 2006, o questionário IPAQ, validado e adaptado para o idoso no Brasil por Mazo; Benedetti em 2010 e CCEB proposto pela Associação Nacional de Empresas de Pesquisa (ANEP) que permitiu avaliar a classificação econômica dos participantes. Para comparar os escores de qualidade de vida, bem como, comparar o volume semanal de cada atividade entre os grupos foi utilizado o teste t não pareado. O resultado foi que idosos hipertensos possuem qualidade de vida prejudicada, o que corrobora com a hipótese deste estudo e os dois grupos podem ser considerados sedentários não apresentado correlação do exercício físico com a qualidade de vida. Quanto a classificação econômica, os idosos possuíam baixa renda, enquadrado, por tanto, na classe econômica D.
Abstract: Longevity has important implications for the quality of life and may cause problems with serious consequences in the different spheres of human life, such as physical, psychological and social. For the elderly with hypertension, uncontrolled, more years lived, can mean more years of suffering, since it becomes necessary to accept the disease and sudden change in lifestyle. Therefore, the objective of this study was to compare the quality of life in normotensive elderly and hypertensive elderly assisted in HIPERDIA Program. It is a quantitative survey of cross-sectional design. The participants were 80 elderly residents in the city of Barreiras-BA, aged over 60 years. Three instruments were used for data collection: WOQOL-OLD questionnaire validated in Brazil by Fleck in 2006, the IPAQ, validated and adapted for the elderly in Brazil Mazo; Benedetti in 2010 and CCEB proposed by the National Association of Companies Research (ANEP) that allowed to evaluate the economic classification of the participants. To compare the quality of life scores, as well as compare the weekly volume of each activity among the groups we used the unpaired t test. The result was that elderly hypertensive patients have impaired quality of life, which corroborates the hypothesis of this study and the two groups can be considered sedentary not shown correlation of physical exercise with the quality of life. As the economic classification, the elderly are poor, framed, therefore, in economy class D. Longevity has important implications for the quality of life and may cause problems with serious consequences in the different spheres of human life, such as physical, psychological and social. For the elderly with hypertension, uncontrolled, more years lived, can mean more years of suffering, since it becomes necessary to accept the disease and sudden change in lifestyle. Therefore, the objective of this study was to compare the quality of life and level of well-being in normotensive elderly and hypertensive elderly assisted in HIPERDIA Program. It is a quantitative survey of cross-sectional design. The participants were 80 elderly residents in the city of Barreiras-BA, aged over 60 years. Three instruments were used for data collection: WOQOL-OLD questionnaire validated in Brazil by Fleck in 2006, the IPAQ, validated and adapted for the elderly in Brazil Mazo& Benedetti in 2010 and CCEB proposed by the Associação Nacional de Empresas de Pesquisa (ANEP) that allowed to evaluate the economic classification of the participants. To compare the quality of life scores, as well as compare the weekly volume of each activity among the groups we used the unpaired t test. The result was that elderly hypertensive patients have impaired quality of life, which corroborates the hypothesis of this study and the two groups can be considered sedentary not shown correlation of physical exercise with the quality of life. As the economic classification, the elderly are poor, framed, therefore, in economy class D.
Keywords: Gerontologia
Envelhecimento
Qualidade de vida
Hipertensão
Idosos
???metadata.dc.subject.cnpq???: CIENCIAS DA SAUDE::MEDICINA
Language: por
???metadata.dc.publisher.country???: Brasil
Publisher: Universidade Católica de Brasília
???metadata.dc.publisher.initials???: UCB
???metadata.dc.publisher.department???: Escola de Saúde e Medicina
???metadata.dc.publisher.program???: Programa Strictu Sensu em Gerontologia
Citation: SILVA, Paula dos Santos. Qualidade de vida de idosos normotensos e hipertensos, cadastrados na estratégia de saúde da família. 2015. 73 f. Dissertação (Programa Strictu Sensu em Gerontologia) - Universidade Católica de Brasília, Brasília, 2015.
???metadata.dc.rights???: Acesso Aberto
URI: https://bdtd.ucb.br:8443/jspui/handle/tede/2071
Issue Date: 9-Dec-2015
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