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Type: DISSERTAÇÃO
Degree Level: Mestrado
Title: Qualidade de vida de mulheres com osteoporose pos-menopausa : correlação entre o qualeffo 41 e SF-36
Title Alternative: Quality of life in women with postmenopausal osteoporosis : correlation between Qualeffo 41 and SF-36
Author: Ferreira, Neville de Oliveira, 1982-
Advisor: Costa-Paiva, Lucia
Paiva, Lucia Helena Simões da Costa
Abstract: Resumo: OBJETIVO: avaliar a qualidade de vida (QV) e fatores associados em mulheres com osteoporose pós-menopausa correlacionado QUALEFFO 41 com o SF-36. MÉTODOS: realizou-se um estudo de corte transversal com 220 mulheres pósmenopausa (idade entre 55-80 anos), sendo 110 com osteoporose e 110 sem osteoporose, pareadas por idade (± 3anos). Todas foram entrevistas para avaliação da QV realizada através de dois questionários: Quality of Life Questionary of European Foudation for Osteoporosis 41 (QUALEFFO 41) e o Short Form Health Survey 36 (SF-36). Para análise dos dados foi considerado um nível de significância de 5% (p<0,05). RESULTADOS: as características clínicas entre os grupos foram similares, com diferença estatisticamente significativa apenas em relação ao Índice de Massa Corpórea (IMC), raça, escolaridade, idade da menopausa e uso de Terapia Hormonal (TH) (p<0.001). Mulheres com osteoporose apresentaram pior QV tanto no QUALEFFO 41 quanto SF-36, para todos os domínios estudados sendo os dados ajustados para IMC, raça, escolaridade e uso de TH (p<0.001). Houve correlação significativa entre todos os domínios do QUALEFFO 41 com seus correspondentes do SF-36 (p<0.001) Os únicos fatores relacionados à pior QV foram IMC>25 e sedentarismo, já o trabalho remunerado esteve associado à melhor QV (IC=95%). CONCLUSÃO: Mulheres com osteoporose apresentam comprometimento da qualidade de vida particularmente nos aspectos físicos e psico-sociais. Os fatores associados à QV foram a obesidade, o sedentarismo e o trabalho remunerado. Palavras-chave: osteoporose, qualidade de vida, fratura vertebral, QUALEFFO 41, SF-36

Abstract: OBJECTIVE: To evaluate quality of life (QoL) and associated factors in women with postmenopausal osteoporosis, correlating QUALEFFO 41 with SF-36. METHODS: A cross-sectional study was conducted in 220 postmenopausal women (ages ranging from 55-80 years). Of the total number, 110 women had osteoporosis and 110 women did not have osteoporosis and these women were paired by age (± 3 years). Two questionnaires were administered to all subjects for evaluation of QoL: the Quality of Life Questionnaire of the European Foundation for Osteoporosis 41 (QUALEFFO 41) and the Short-Form Health Survey 36 (SF-36). For data analysis, a significance level of 5% was set (p<0.05). RESULTS: Clinical characteristics between the groups were similar, with statistically significant differences only in Body Mass Index (BMI), race, school education, age at menopause and use of Hormone Therapy (HT) (p<0.001). Women with osteoporosis had a worse QoL both in the QUALEFFO 41 and in the SF-36, in all domains studied. Data was adjusted for BMI, race, school education and use of HT (p<0.001). There was a significant correlation between all domains in the QUALEFFO 41 questionnaire and their corresponding domains in the SF-36 (p<0.001). The only factors related to worse QoL were BMI>25 and sedentary lifestyle. In contrast, paid work was associated with a better QoL (CI=95%). CONCLUSION: Women with osteoporosis had an impaired quality of life, especially relating to the physical, psychological and social aspects. The factors associated with QoL were obesity, sedentary lifestyle and paid work. Keywords: osteoporosis, quality of life, vertebral fracture, QUALEFFO 41, SF- 36
Subject: Osteoporose
Qualidade de vida
Questionários - Metodologia
Language: Português
Editor: [s.n.]
Date Issue: 2008
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