quality of life

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your personal satisfaction (or dissatisfaction) with the cultural or intellectual conditions under which you live (as distinct from material comfort)

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Finally, multiple linear regression models tested for the problems of potential collinearity to demonstrate the significant variables that in relation to their HRQOL were applied.
The APN plays a pivotal role within the interdisciplinary team in direct clinical practice in collaboration with patients and their families to improve the HRQOL.
2 Specifically relating to exercise-based rehabilitation, aerobic exercise training is a commonly used approach for improving physical capacity and HRQOL in pulmonary rehabilitation programs.
Developed by Boyer and Earp, this is a 39-item instrument that was designed to assess HRQOL in patients with type 1 and type 2 DM.
Unemployment among the amputees was significantly associated with lower HRQOL among the caregivers (P<0.
This study highlights the different aspects of HRQOL that are affected by caring for a servicemember or Veteran with TBI.
This study is an expansion of such previous studies, demonstrating the mild independent predictor effect of maternal anxiety on the HRQOL physical score and the strong independent predictor effect of maternal depression on the HRQOL psychosocial and total scores.
To estimate the general prevalence of negative perception of HRQOL, the individuals who presented adverse scores on the PHC or the MHC were used.
CKD study data analyzed by Kogan and colleagues (2015) to identify depressive symptoms in children and adolescents with CKD report a strong relationship between depressive symptoms and decreased HRQOL, with depressed participants exhibiting significantly lower HRQOL (Kogan et ak, 2015).
05) were used to assemble a Multiple Linear Regression, with a view to determining which factors contribute to the occurrence of stress and the reduction of perception of HRQOL.
Many of these interventions have been efficacious in reducing symptoms such as distress, depression, sleep disturbance, and diminished HRQOL (Brem & Kumar, 2011).
HRQOL is used in a patient-reported evaluation of quality of life changes resulting from medical intervention (Urzua, 2010).
HRQOL is the patients' subjective perception about how their health status and the associated medical care act upon their capability of carrying on with those daily life activities which are important to them and their general well-being.