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EVALUATION OF POST STROKE HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE (GENERAL) SCALES AMONG A SAMPLE IN AL-NAJAF ALASHRAF GOVERNORATE IN IRAQ

Prof. Dr. Abdulkhaleq A. Ali Ghalib Al-Naqeeb* and Mustafa A. Jawad

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Objectives: This study amid to identify and study most properties of the general health-related quality-of-life (HRQoL) in patients with post stroke., and to find out relationships among distribution of an overall assessment quality of life improvement and socio-demographic characteristics, as well as with general information variables. Patients and Methods: A descriptive study for patients with post stroke was conducted starting from 6th December, 2017 ( data collection were between 6th December, 2017 and 10th February, 2018) in Al-Sadr Medical City in Al Najaf Al-Ashraf in Iraq, in order to Evaluation of Post Stroke Health-Related Quality of Life (General) Scales. In addition to determining the relationship between General Scales Health-Related Quality of Life and their socio-demographical characteristics. an inconvenient sample (simple random sampling) of 100 adults patient with stroke, who visit Rehabilitation Center in Al-Sadr Medical City. Results: The findings of the study indicate that there General quality of life for the studied patients assigned that observed responses are low, and moderate response. Regarding to subjects of physical main domain, result showed that low assess accounted for patients with post stroke, then followed with a moderate assess concerning psychological, social, and environmental main domains. also shows that an overall general QoL redistribution (under/upper) a cutoff point for percentile scoring scales that (SDCv.) reported significant relationships at p<0.05, except with Occupation, and residency, since a weak relationships are obtained with no significant relationships at p>0.05. Conclusions: A stroke is a major public health issue, so that patients with post stroke having go down concerning general QoL, since most of studied items regarding WHO QoL – BERF questionnaire are accounted low, and moderate responding and there is significant relationships between general health related QOL and socio-demographic characteristics.

Keywords: Quality of life; General Health-Related; Socio-Demographic; Post stroke patients.


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