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|Title:||Factors Associated With Poor Sleep Quality In Women With Cancer|
Thalyta Cristina; Ceolim
|Abstract:||To analyze the factors associated with poor sleep quality, its characteristics and components in women with breast cancer prior to surgery for removing the tumor and throughout the follow-up. Method: longitudinal study in a teaching hospital, with a sample of 102 women. The following were used: a questionnaire for sociodemographic and clinical characterization, the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index; the Beck Depression Inventory; and the Herth Hope Scale. Data collection covered from prior to the surgery for removal of the tumor (T0) to T1, on average 3.2 months; T2, on average 6.1 months; and T3, on average 12.4 months. Descriptive statistics and the Generalized Estimating Equations model were used. Results: depression and pain contributed to the increase in the score of the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, and hope, to the reduction of the score - independently - throughout follow-up. Sleep disturbances were the component with the highest score throughout follow-up. Conclusion: the presence of depression and pain, prior to the surgery, contributed to the increase in the global score of the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, which indicates worse quality of sleep throughout follow-up; greater hope, in its turn, influenced the reduction of the score of the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index.|
|Editor:||Univ Sao Paulo, Escola de Enfermagem de Ribeirao Preto|
|Citation:||Revista Latino-americana De Enfermagem. Univ Sao Paulo, Escola De Enfermagem De Ribeirao Preto, v. 25, p. , 2017.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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