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Ocena poradnictwa przedoperacyjnego i jakości życia dokonywana przez chore na raka endometrium

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Assessment of preoperative counselling and quality of life of patients with endometrial cancer
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Purpose: The main aim of the study was to obtain feedback from patients with endometrial cancer on the quality of information provided to them prior to surgery. An additional aim was to correlate these opinions with sociodemographic factors. Material and methods: One hundred and twenty-three patients with endometrial cancer diagnosed by means of tissue sampling, treated surgically at the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics in Rzeszów, Poland in 2012–2014 were enrolled in a prospective cohort study. The questionnaires used were: EORTC QLQ-C30 and QLQ-INFO25, completed before discharge from hospital. Statistical analysis assessed the influence of ordinal categorical variables by means of rank correlation analysis. For nominal variables, the mean and median values in the groups compared were calculated, and then the difference in the distribution of the domains of information quality in these groups was estimated using the Kruskal–Wallis test or the Mann–Whitney test. Results: According to data supplied by the patients who filled out INFO-25, they received the largest amount of information about medical tests (60.3%) and the disease itself (55%). They were informed less adequately about treatment (43.4%), and the scarcest information was provided in regard to follow-up (28.5%). The helpfulness of the information received (64.5%) was assessed the highest. Overall quality of their life amounted to 55 ± 22. A low correlation was found between the assessment of information and the quality of life. A younger age, higher level of education and having a partner correlated with a higher score awarded to the information received. Conclusion: The assessment of the quality of the information provided preoperatively depends on the individual characteristics of the recipient, which should be taken into account in the information process. In addition, more attention should be paid to the provision of information concerning the treatment protocol and follow-up.
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Cel: Głównym celem niniejszej pracy było uzyskanie od pacjentek z rakiem endometrium opinii na temat jakości informacji przekazanych im przed operacją. Dodatkowym celem było skorelowanie tych opinii z czynnikami socjodemograficznymi. Materiał i metody: Prospektywnym badaniem kohortowym objęto 123 chore z rakiem endometrium potwierdzonym w badaniu histopatologicznym, leczone operacyjnie w Klinice Ginekologii i Położnictwa w Rzeszowie w latach 2012–2014. W badaniu zastosowano kwestionariusze EORTC QLQ-C30 i QLQ-INFO25 wypełniane przed wypisem z oddziału. W analizie statystycznej za pomocą analizy korelacji rang oceniono wpływ czynników mających charakter porządkowy. W przypadku czynników o charakterze nominalnym wyliczano wartości średnie i wartości środkowe w porównywanych grupach, a następnie za pomocą testu Kruskala–Wallisa lub testu Manna–Whitneya oceniano różnicę w rozkładzie miar jakości informacji w tych grupach. Wyniki: Z danych uzyskanych od pacjentek, które wypełniły moduł INFO25, wynika, że najwięcej informacji otrzymały one na temat badań (60,3%) i choroby (55%), mniej dowiedziały się o leczeniu (43,4%), a najmniej o jego kontynuacji (28,5%). Chore oceniły najwyżej przydatność informacji (64,5%). Ogólna jakość ich życia wynosiła 55 ± 22. Wykazano niską korelację między oceną informacji a jakością życia. Z lepszą oceną uzyskanych informacji wiązały się młodszy wiek, wyższy poziom wykształcenia i bycie w związku partnerskim. Wnioski: Ocena jakości informacji przekazywanych w okresie przedoperacyjnym jest uzależniona od indywidualnych cech odbiorcy, co należy uwzględnić w procesie informowania. Ponadto należy zwrócić większą uwagę na przekazywanie informacji odnośnie do zasad leczenia i jego kontynuacji.
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  • Klinika Ginekologii i Położnictwa, Kliniczny Szpital Wojewódzki nr 1, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, Rzeszów, Polska
  • Klinika Ginekologii i Położnictwa, Kliniczny Szpital Wojewódzki nr 1, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, Rzeszów, Polska
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  • Klinika Ginekologii i Położnictwa, Kliniczny Szpital Wojewódzki nr 1, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, Rzeszów, Polska
  • Oddział Ginekologii i Położnictwa, Zespół Opieki Zdrowotnej, Dębica, Polska
  • Klinika Ginekologii i Położnictwa, Kliniczny Szpital Wojewódzki nr 1, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, Rzeszów, Polska
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  • Instytut Położnictwa i Ratownictwa Medycznego, Wydział Medyczny, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, Rzeszów, Polska, ebarnas@interia.eu
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