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  • Clinical Characteristics And Health-Related Quality Of Life In Adults In A
           Colombian City

    • Authors: María Margarita Aguas ; Eustorgio Amed Salazar , Jhon Jairo Feria Díaz
      Pages: 1 - 9
      Abstract: Objective: To bind quality of life related to health and clinical conditions in adults from Sincelejo city in Colombia. Methodology: Correlational study; A non-probabilistic sample was made up of 125 people with disabilities, older than 20 years with more than six months of limitation, for disability evaluation, the WHOQOL Bref validated by the World Health Organization was used. Results: The predominant medical diagnosis was nervous system diseases; the general life quality was evaluated with a score of 60.40 on a scale of 0 to 100. The domain with the best average was interpersonal relationships (68.06±14.7308 points), and the lowest average score was for the domain Environment (57.02±12.3902 points). The general life quality and the physical domain presented significant associations with the clinical variables. Conclusion: The longer the limitation, the lower the perception of life quality from the physical component and general life quality.
      PubDate: 2022-10-16
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 4 (2022)
       
  • Language Rehabilitation In Severe Hemorrhagic Stroke. Applying A Cognitive
           Neuropsychological Approach

    • Authors: Katia Lucia Zambrano Ruiz ; Marinella Álvarez Borrero , Jhon Feria Díaz
      Pages: 10 - 28
      Abstract: This is a case study of a 31-year-old patient with a language disorder secondary to a hemorrhagic stroke determined by an initial evaluation through aphasic disorders battery, to whom an intervention program based on the cognitive neuropsychological approach was implemented in 131 therapeutic sessions divided into five phases of the praxic orofacial systems rehabilitation, and articulatory production, and thought-word representation, and listening comprehension, and reading-writing. The reassessment results indicated significant changes in phonetic characteristics, verbal fluency, processing of auditory information, and oral and written discourse organization. It is concluded that the intervention program implementation allowed favoring the patient's language process for her communication in the family and social context.
      PubDate: 2022-10-16
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 4 (2022)
       
  • Oral Language Conditions In Adults With Diabetes Mellitus 2 (Dm2)

    • Authors: Katia Zambrano Ruiz ; María Aguas De La Ossa , Marinella Álvarez Borrero
      Pages: 29 - 40
      Abstract: It is a descriptive study with a quantitative approach and cross-sectional design. This one was aimed at characterizing the oral language conditions in 66 adults with DM2 with a mean age of 62 years affiliated with a program for the promotion and comprehensive care routes maintenance for a subsidized public health provider institution. The anamnesis format was applied for the identification of the predisposing factors to language alterations based on the criteria included in the WHO Steps questionnaire (2006), and the Borrregón and González aphasia exploration and differential diagnosis test (2000). The SPSS Statistics version 24 statistical package was used for data coding and processing. The results indicated that adults with DM2 show predisposing factors for high blood pressure, heart problems, hypercholesterolemia, and obesity due to inadequate eating habits and physical inactivity. In addition, a handicap in the established expressive system by a low performance in the subsystems of long repetition, complex sentences, and after pauses. And also, in formulating sentences with one and two words, narrating before an image and on a given topic with the presence of literal paraphasias linguistic errors, perseverations, echolalias, and paragrammatism. As well as in comprehensive language difficulties in responding orally task to questions discovering subjects, understanding a heard text, and in figurative language evidence of circumlocutions, neologisms, anomies, semantic and unrelated paraphasias. In conclusion, the general findings of the oral language conditions of adults with DM2 indicate that they present compromises, with a greater decrease in expression in the subsystems of repeating, narrating, and formulating.
      PubDate: 2022-10-16
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 4 (2022)
       
  • Relationship Between Clinical Conditions And Disability In Adults From A
           Colombian City

    • Authors: María Margarita Aguas ; Eustorgio Amed Salazar , Jhon Jairo Feria Díaz
      Pages: 41 - 51
      Abstract: Objective: To relate disability and clinical conditions in adults from Sincelejo city, Colombia. Methodology: Correlational study; A non-probabilistic sample was made up of 125 people with disabilities, older than 20 years with more than six months of limitation.  for disability evaluation, the World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule version 2.0 was used and validated by the World Health Organization. Results: The most representative medical diagnosis was nervous system diseases. The ​​disability area evaluated by the WHODAS 2.0 with the highest average score was mobility 44.60±32.3139. The medical diagnosis, the external aids, and the medications consumed presented a significant association with global disability. Conclusion: The medical diagnosis, the use of external aids, and the consumption of medications have a decisive influence on disability perception.
      PubDate: 2022-10-16
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 4 (2022)
       
 
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