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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Negative Self-rated Health In The Elderly In Cities With Different Levels Of Economic Well-being: Data From Fibra
Author: Mantovani
Efigenia Passarelli; de Lucca
Sergio Roberto; Neri
Anita Liberalesso
Abstract: This comparative, cross-sectional study analyzed negative self-rated health in elderly people, according to sociodemographic and health variables, use of public or private health services, functional performance, frailty and depressive symptoms. The participants lived in Belem (n = 571) and Campinas (n = 676), cities with different socioeconomic conditions, and the research formed part of a multicentric study on frailty (Fibra Study, Unicamp). Multivariate regression analysis showed that in both cities, negative self-rated health was associated with low education, three or more chronic diseases and sight deficiencies. In Belem, additional observations included associations with fatigue, three or more signs and symptoms and use of public health services; in Campinas, negative self-rated health was also associated with depressive symptoms. The associations suggest that poor health in old age is the result of an accumulation of deficits for lack of socioeconomic resources throughout life and that deficits are not sufficiently compensated for health services in old age.
Subject: Quality-of-life
Socioeconomic-status
Older-adults
Frailty
Determinants
Population
Disability
People
System
Impact
Country: RIO DE JANEIRO
Editor: ABRASCO
Citation: Negative Self-rated Health In The Elderly In Cities With Different Levels Of Economic Well-being: Data From Fibra. Abrasco, v. 20, p. 3653-3668 DEC-2015.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/1413-812320152012.20492014
Address: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1413-81232015001203653&lng=pt&nrm=iso&tlng=en
Date Issue: 2015
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