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Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesi Dergisi
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  • Clinical Features of Individuals with Migraine and Physical Activity
           Relationship

    • Authors: Hafize ALTAY; Şeyda TOPRAK ÇELENAY
      Abstract: Objective: To determine the clinical characteristics of individuals with migraine and to determine the relationship between these characteristics and physical activity.Methods: In the study, 310 individuals with migraine were included. Pain characteristic and clinical symptoms of migraine were questioned. Physical activity levels, migraine-related disability status and quality of life were evaluated with International Physical Activity Questionnaire, Migraine Disability Assessment Scale and Headache Impact Test, respectively.Results: The average pain intensity, number and duration of attacks of individuals during the last month was found as 8 (4-10), 4 (1-30) and 120 (50-4320) minutes, respectively. It was detected that 89.7% (n=278) of individuals experienced aura. It was determined mostly photophobia (91.3%; n=283) and phonophobia (95.2%; n=295) complaints individuals during the attack. The Migraine Disability Assessment Scale and Headache Impact Test scores were 24.0 (1.0-180.0) and 66.0 (38.0-78.0), respectively. There were no relationship between physical activity level and pain intensity (rho=-0.022; p=0.730), number of attacks (rho=0.070; p=0.221) and duration (rho=-0.057; p=0.318), migraine-related disability (rho=0.005; p=0.932) and quality of life (rho=-0.021; p=0.714).Conclusion: It was found that the individuals experienced severe pain intensity and aura, the most severe migraine-related disability, and the most severe impact on quality of life during migraine attacks. It was found that the vast majority of individuals were not physically active. However, it was not observe a relationship between physical activity level and pain characteristic, disability and quality of life.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The Relationshıp between Internet Addiction Levels and Internet Usage
           Habits during Covıd-19 Pandemic of Midwifery Students

    • Authors: Ayşegül DURMAZ; Ebru ERTAŞ
      Abstract: Objective: COVID-19 pandemic changes the psychological state, behavioral characteristics and frequency of internet use. Aim of study was examine the relationship between internet usage habits of midwifery students and internet addiction during COVID-19 pandemic.Methods: This descriptive research, conducted using easy sampling, was completed with 385 midwifery department students who answered online survey between July-August 2020. “Personal Data Form” and “Short Form of Young’s Internet Addiction Test (YIAT-SF)” were used to collect data.Results: It was determined that daily internet usage time of students was 339,662±203,228/min before the pandemic, while in pandemic, time increased to 160,987±116,223/min. In research, Entertainment and social (gaming, messaging, et al.) it was determined that students whose internet usage habits were 5 hours or more had higher YIBT-KF total score averages. In addition, it was found that the difference between these habits and the total average score of YIBT-KF was significant. For purpose of obtaining information students (research/screening, online education/participation in a course etc.)no significant differences were found between internet usage habits and total average score YIAT-SF. It was determined that there was positive weak relationship (r=0.250, r=0.283; for each; p<0,05) between increase in Internet usage times of students and daily internet usage times and total average score YIAT-SF in pandemic. Conclusion: It was found that average daily internet usage time of midwifery students is quite long and level of internet addiction is quite low, and level of internet addiction also increases as time spent on internet increases. Good planning of midwifery students internet usage habits and it is important that they are informed about their use of internet for right purposes.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Comparison of Psychometric Properties of the Postural Assessment Scale for
           Stroke Patients with Berg Balance Scale and Brunel Balance Assessment for
           Chronic Stroke

    • Authors: Cevher DEMİRCİ; Saniye AYDOĞAN ARSLAN, Hatice YAKUT, Meral SERTEL, Süleyman KUTLUHAN
      Abstract: Objective: The purpose of the present study was to verify the validity of the Turkish version of the Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke Patients (PASS) in chronic stroke, and to compare its validity, reliability, and responsiveness characteristics with Berg Balance Scale (BBS), Brunel Balance Assessment (BBA).Method: 49 chronic stroke patients were included in the study. Those participating in the study were applied PASS, BBS and BBA on the first day. To measure the test-retest reliability, the second assessment for the scales was performed by the same physiotherapist 1 week after the initial evaluation.Results: According to the correlation analysis, a very high level of correlation was found between the PASS first and second assessment scores (r = 0.984). Cronbach Alpha Coefficient was found to be 0.995 (excellent). The Intraclass Correlation Coefficient (ICC) value for PASS was 0.995. A high level of correlation was found between PASS, BBS and BBA. No ceiling and floor effects were observed for PASS.Conclusion: The results of our study showed that Turkish version of PASS is a valid and reliable scale in chronic stroke patients and all these three scales, which are commonly used to assess balance in stroke patients are, made repeatable measurements in patients with chronic stroke. The test re-test reliability values of these three scales were found to be excellent. Minimal detectable change values, which are used to determine a real change in balance in stroke patients by clinicians, were found to be close to each other for these balance scales.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • COVID-19 Process and Telerehabilitation Applications in Physiotherapy:
           Review

    • Authors: Ali CEYLAN
      Abstract: In late 2019, an unexplained disease was detected in China, causing severe respiratory damage, and the World Health Organization named the disease COVID-19. COVID-19 has negatively affected people from all walks of life who remain in their homes due to quarantine practices, not just those who are infected. It has led to an intensity in health care organizations and difficulties in the delivery of Health Services. Physical therapists are at risk for infection, as they practice in close contact with their patients during treatment. Researchers reported that physical therapists should decongest their treatment except in emergencies, and compliance with infection rules is important in mandatory treatments. In addition, telerehabilitation applications have been recommended by scientists with the idea that it can reduce the rate of infection spread. Telerehabilitation has been defined by physiotherapists using a range of technology-based tools as remote provision of rehabilitation services to improve the health of individuals. Physiotherapists can perform individuals ' exercises, evaluate their patients and reduce the rate of infection spread by remotely offering health services with telerehabilitation during the COVID-19 period. Research has shown that telerehabilitation applications can be as effective as conventional treatment protocols. It is important to acquire a web-based system in which sufficient personnel and technical infrastructure are provided for the dissemination of telerehabilitation practices during the epidemic period. We believe that with the dissemination of permanent practices, the quality of telerehabilitation studies, which are found in a limited number of literature in our country, may increase.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The Investigation of Mother-Baby Attachment Based on Maternal Perception
           and Some Variables

    • Authors: Nida ENGİN; Tülay AYYILDIZ
      Abstract: Objective: The aim of the study was to examine mother-infant attachment based on the perception of motherhood and some variables.Methods: The sample of the study included 368 mothers who gave birth in the obstetrics clinics of two hospitals in Zonguldak between December 2019 and June 2020 and who agreed to participate in the study. Data were collected using a “Mother-Baby Information Form”, the “Maternal Attachment Inventory”, “Multi-Dimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support” and “Semantic Differential Scale (Myself as a Mother and My Baby)”. The data were analyzed using SPSS 22.0 and AMOS 21.0 programs.Results: It was found that the mean mother-infant attachment level of the mothers in this study changed between 22.25±2.01 (17-24). It was found that mother-infant attachment changed based on the mother’s education level, having social insurance, income level, family type, intended marriage and pregnancy, receiving care training, delivery mode, the numbers of birth, hugging the baby, time of first breastfeeding and type of nutrition (p<0.005).Conclusion: The factors of social support, perception of motherhood, and the perception of my baby have a 42% influence on mother-infant attachment.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The Effects of Delayed Pushing During the Second Stage of Labor on
           Postpartum Fatigue and Labor Results

    • Authors: Özlem DEMİREL BOZKURT; Oya KAVLAK, Sevgi ÖZKAN, Ahsen ŞİRİN
      Abstract: Objective: The study was made to examine the effects of delayed pushing during the second stage of labor and pushing on postpartum fatigue and labor results.Method: This is a randomized controlled experimental study. The sampling of the research is comprised of 48 primiparous women (23 in the delayed pushing group and 25 in the control group). The pushing of control group was initiated when strong uterine contraction appeared when the fetal head rotation was completed. Different from the control group, when the fetal head was “+1” inside the pelvis, considering the desire to push, pregnant were asked to delay the pushing until the feeling of powerful and involuntary pushing reflex in the delayed pushing group. As a data collection tool, “Pregnant Identification Form”, “Follow-up Form”, “Partograph” and, “Visual Analogue Scale for Fatigue” was used.Results: The mean duration of the second stage of labor was 38.34 ± 17.84 minutes in the delayed pushing group and 13.52 ± 5.29 minutes in the control group. It was observed that a statistically significant difference was found between the delayed pushing and control group women in terms of the mean duration of the second stage of labor, the mean pushing time, the average fatigue, and energy scores in the first hour after labor (p <0.05).Conclusion: It was found out that delayed pushing prolonged the time of the second stage of labor but reduced the pushing time and significantly affected the fatigue at the first one hour of postpartum.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Probiotic Tofu with Bacillus clausii Spores to Support Gastrointestinal
           Microflora

    • Authors: Nursena ZEYBEKOĞLU; Hatice ÖZHAN, Olcay BOYACIOĞLU
      Abstract: Objective: This study was conducted to develop a tofu product enriched with probiotic Bacillus clausii spores that vegan individuals can benefit from without changing their diets for probiotic consumption and without having to use the supplementary probiotic pills.Method: B. clausii was cultured to sporulate in 2xSG medium. The resulting B. clausii spores were added to tofu by two different methods to determine the optimum step in the procedure to ensure that the probiotic was able to retain in tofu at the highest amount; i) addition of probiotic spores before coagulant MgCl2 (P-C tofu), ii) addition of probiotic spores after the coagulant (C-P tofu).Results: The yields of probiotic spores in P-C and C-P tofu were calculated to be 5.45±0.40 and 5.33±0.56 log cfu/g, respectively, which was slightly lower than the targeted level, 6 log cfu/g. No significant difference was observed between the P-C and C-P tofu methods in terms of probiotic concentration (P=0.36; t test). Storage of P-C tofu at -18°C decreased the probiotic load by 0.45 log cfu/g in 1 month (P=0.003). One-day temperature abuse at 20°C of cold chain storage resulted in a significant 0.85 log reduction (P=0.01). Sauté cooking was found to decrease the spore load in tofu significantly by 1.22 log (P=0.004). Sensory evaluation of P-C and probiotic free tofu did not reveal a significant difference in general acceptability features (P>0.05). Conclusion: Probiotic enriched tofu may be a healthy alternative choice for vegans and vegetarians while positively affecting the health of consumers.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Evaluation of the Obstacles Encountered by the Patients with Type 2
           Diabetes in Disease Management

    • Authors: Şuheda ÜSTÜNDAĞ; Nuray DAYAPOĞLU
      Abstract: Objective: The research was conducted to investigate the obstacles encountered by patients with Type 2 diabetes in disease management and to evaluate the factors affecting these obstacles.Methods: The data for this descriptive type research were collected from 120 patients with Type 2 diabetes, who met the research inclusion criteria, in the Endocrinology clinic and outpatient clinic of Atatürk University Health Research and Application Center. Patient Introductory Information Form and Diabetes Obstacles Questionnaire were used for data collection. The analysis of the data was performed by SPSS 22.00 statistical program in computer environment.Results: Considering the mean scores of the studied patients in the sub-scales of the Diabetes Obstacles Questionnaire, it was found that the highest mean score was 9.55±4.53 points in the Diabetes Coping Obstacles sub-scale, and the lowest mean score was -1.76±6.13 points in the Drug Use Obstacles sub-scale. A statistically significant difference was found between the mean Diabetes Obstacles Questionnaire sub-scale scores and patients' sociodemographic characteristics, such as gender, age, marital status, educational status, and economic status, and disease-related characteristics, such as the time of diagnosis, treatment modality, adherence to treatment perception, blood sugar control, adherence to diet perception, exercise status, frequency of doctor visits, diabetes-related complications, and comorbid diseases (p<0.05). Conclusion: Some sociodemographic and disease-related characteristics of the patients with Type 2 diabetes affect the obstacles encountered in diabetes management. It was concluded that patients with Type 2 diabetes experience the most obstacles in coping with diabetes and have fewer barriers in drug use.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • A Current Overview on the Effect of Biological Applications on Infertile
           Women

    • Authors: Fatma YILDIRIM; Ebru ŞAHİN
      Abstract: Infertility is a disease of the reproductive system defined as the failure of pregnancy despite regular unprotected sexual intercourse for 12 months or more. Some of the couples are directed to complementary and alternative medicine practices before, during treatment or after treatments that result in negative results. Complementary and alternative medicine methods cover a wide range of applications acting through a variety of measurable and unmeasurable mechanisms. One of the most frequently used methods among these methods is biological-based applications. It has been determined that different results have been revealed regarding the benefits of using bio-based applications in female infertility in addition to medical treatment. In this review, the effect of biologically based practices on infertile women is discussed.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Exercise-induced Weight Loss and Glutathione S-Transferase

    • Authors: Adem KESKİN; Aslıhan BÜYÜKÖZTÜRK KARUL
      Abstract: Objective: In this study, it was aimed to investigate the effect of weight loss observed in exercised rats on Glutathione S-Transferase enzyme activity.Methods: The rats were exercised for 10 days. Melatonin and niacin were given to one group in order to create a difference in weight loss between groups. The rats were weighed throughout the study. Intracardiac blood samples were taken, one day after the last exercise. Glutathione S-Transferase enzyme activity was measured.Results: Weight loss was observed in the groups. It was observed that the weight loss in the melatonin and niacin group was significant, considering body weight (p<0.001). Glutathione S-Transferase enzyme activity of this group with higher weight loss was observed to be lower than the other group (p<0.001). There was an inverse correlation between the weight loss observed in the groups and the analyzed Glutathione S-Transferase enzyme activity levels (p<0.001). Conclusion: Approximately 4% weight loss occurred in one group. There was an inverse correlation between exercise-induced weight loss and Glutathione S-Transferase enzyme activity.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • How is the effect of planned training given to women with preeclamptic
           pregnancy on oxidative stress and anxiety levels': non-randomised
           controlled-study

    • Authors: Emel TAŞÇI DURAN; Serdal ÖĞÜT, Mehmet Okan ÖZKAYA
      Abstract: Objective: This study aimed to studying the effects of planned training given to women with preeclamptic pregnancy on stress-anxiety and oxidative stress levels.Method: A non-randomised controlled-study, carried out in Research and Application Hospital of one university. Questionnaire, scale application and laboratory evaluation for the control group were performed only once.Results: It has been determined in the study that the planned training given to the pregnant women who received a diagnosis of preeclampsia has decreased their oxidative stress levels and state anxiety levels.Conclusion: In addition to care and treatment for preeclampsia patients, it is thought that providing disease information education and psychological support will create a positive development in the treatment of the disease.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The Psychosocial Health Levels and its Affecting Factors of Pregnant Women
           Who Obtained Care from the Family Health Centre

    • Authors: Tülay DOĞRUSOY; Ayden ÇOBAN
      Abstract: Objective: This study was carried out with the aim of determining the psychosocial health levels of pregnant women who obtained care from the famıly health centre and its affecting factors.Methods: The study is analytical-cross-sectional and was conducted with 291 pregnant women who came to Aydın City Center No 4 Family Health Center between 15 May 2016 and 15 November 2016. The data of the study were collected using the Questionnaire Form, the Antenatal Psychosocial Health Assessment Tool, and the Risk Assessment Form in pregnancy. Descriptive statistics, Mann-Whitney U, Kruskal Wallis H and Logistic Regression Analysis were used to evaluate the data.Results: According to the scores from the Antenatal Psychosocial Health Assessment Tool, the psychosocial health conditions of the pregnant women were at a good level. Age, education status, occupation, income status, spouse's age and education, number of pregnancies, number of live births, whether the pregnancy was planned and whether the pregnancy was wanted were found to affect psychosocial health (p<0.05). No significant difference was found between the risk status of pregnancy and the Antenatal Psychosocial Health Assessment Tool scores (p>0.05). As a result of the Logistic Regression Analysis; the pregnancy being unwanted reduced the total scale scores.Conclusion: It was determined that the pregnant women participating in the study had good psychosocial health levels. It was determined that while some socio-economic and obstetric characteristics affected psychosocial health levels, risk status during pregnancy did not.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The Assessment of Maturation Indicators in Individuals with Different
           Skeletal Pattern

    • Authors: Yazgı AY ÜNÜVAR
      Abstract: Objective: The aim of this study is to evaluate the relationships among dental age, chronological age, hand-wrist maturation and cervical vertebral maturation in Class I, Class II and Class III individuals.Method: Panoramic, cephalometric and hand-wrist radiographs of 289 individuals (151 girls, 138 boys) aged between 8 and 18 were evaluated in this study. Subjects divided into three main groups as Class I, Class II and Class III according to their sagittal skeletal malocclusion. The dental ages of the individuals were defined according to the Demirjian’s method. The Fishman maturation indicators were used for evaluating the hand-wrist radiographs and the method improved by Bacetti et al. were used for evaluating the maturation stages of the cervical vertebrae. The Spearman correlation analysis was used to evaluate the relationships between the variables separately for males and females.Results: The Spearman correlation coefficient indicated a significant positive correlation at different levels between all variables evaluated for both female and male individuals in all groups (P< 0.01). The lowest correlation was found between chronological age and dental age skeletal in Class II group (r: 0.413). The correlation between cervical vertebra maturation and hand-wrist maturation were highly positive for both sexes in all groups (P< 0.01).Conclusion: According to the results of our study, to define the growth spurt and developmental stages, cervical vertebrae maturation could be used as an alternative to hand-wrist maturation assessment. However, additional studies with a larger sample size may be helpful in proving the reliability of the dental age.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Midwifery Department Students' Perspectives on Midwifery Profession
           and Their Expectations from the Future

    • Authors: Rukiye DEMİR; Ayten TAŞPINAR
      Abstract: Objective: This study was carried out to determine the perspectives of midwifery students about the midwifery profession and their expectations from the future.Methods: Descriptively, the study was conducted between April and May 2018 with the midwifery department students of the health sciences faculty of a state university in Aydın. The population of the study consisted of 349 students studying in the midwifery department in the 2017-2018 academic year, and the sample of 162 students who agreed to participate in the study. The data of the study were collected using the "Data Collection Form". The data were evaluated using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences 24.0 program, and distributions of numbers, percentages, mean and standard deviations were given.Results: 45.7% of the students participating in the study were in the 21-22 age range. It was determined that 38.9% of the students had a high job opportunity and 22% of them had enough points for this section, 63% chose the midwifery department voluntarily. It was determined that 51.8% of the students participating in the study wanted to work in hospitals or family health centers after graduation. 44.2% of the students think that the development of the midwifery profession is sufficient/partially sufficient in our country, 86.4% of them think that their perspective on the profession has changed positively after starting the midwifery department, 71% is suitable for the personality traits of the profession, 54.3%'ü their professional perspective was positive and 49.4% stated that the midwifery profession would be preferred by everyone in the future.Conclusion: As a result of the study, it was concluded that the majority of students made their choice of departments consciously, that their choice was job opportunities and their low scores were effective, they developed a positive perspective on education and the profession, they had positive thoughts about the future of the profession, and they were aware of the difficulties of the profession.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Examining the Disease-Related Information of Individuals Who Applied to
           the Emergency Service with Suspicious COVID-19: Example of a Pandemic
           Hospital in the South of Turkey

    • Authors: Eda PARA; Yasemin USLU, Yasemin ALTINBAŞ
      Abstract: Objective: This research was carried out to determine the knowledge level of individuals who apply to the emergency department with the suspicion of COVID-19 about this disease.Methods: This descriptive and cross-sectional study was held in a Research and Application Hospital, located in the southern region of Turkey between May-August 2020. 259 individuals who applied to the emergency department with suspected COVID-19 were included in the study. The data were collected with the "Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Form" prepared in line with the literature. The SPSS 26.0 package program was used in the analysis of the data and the percentage distribution, mean and standard deviation values were used in descriptive statistics.Results: The majority of the participants are male (64.1%), married (54.8%), graduate and post graduate (40.2%), living in the district (55.2%), and their income is less than their expenses (48.6%). It was stated that the most common symptoms of the participants presenting to the emergency service were fatigue (75.3%), cough (51.4%), sore throat (49%), and shortness of breath (17%). It was determined that the vast majority of the participants correctly defined the ways of COVID-19 transmission, their knowledge on disease prevention methods was at a good level, but they had a lack of knowledge on some applications. Despite the lack of information on COVID-19, it can be said that they are partially paying attention to protection from potential dangers.Conclusion: In order to control the spread of the disease, the awareness of the individuals should be increased, it should be ensured that they take individual precautions for protection from the disease in a correct and effective way, and education and information activities should be increased.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +030
       
 
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