2) Calidad de vida relacionada con la salud (CVRS) mediante las láminas COOP /WONCA: a mayor puntuación peor calidad de vida referida. 3) Índice de. MENSAJES CLAVE El objetivo de los cuidados paliativos debe ser alargar más de Spitzer, el Perfil de Salud de Nottingham y las Láminas COOP/WONCA. To evaluate patient HRQoL, we used the validated Spanish version of the COOP- WONCA charts. RESULTS Of the 75 patients studied, % (BDI) and %.

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Optimismo disposicional como predictor de estrategias de afrontamiento.

The fact that DPs have this type of coping strategy means that they avoid solving problems and the problems continue. The other lamnas had been admitted to hospital recently. This is the total of all the charts, except for number 5 Change in healthwhich is read in a different way due to the fact that it has a bipolar structure. Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia. ZyoudDala N. Association of optimism and pessimism with inflammation and hemostasis in the multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis MESA.

In this case higher scores mean lower HRQoL. Topics Discussed in This Paper. To analyse if dispositional optimism is significantly associated with the number of hospital admissions of our chronic haemodialysis patients, as well as its relationship with perceived state of health. Authors such as Hudetz, 23 King and Karensen, among others, have identified DO as a good predictor of prognosis and recovery in patients undergoing cardiovascular surgery as well as cardiac and cancer patients.


Dispositional optimism is a personality trait significantly associated with the use of positive adaptive coping strategies as well as with perceived psychological and physical well-being, and it appears to be an important predictor of illness.

The median time on HD was 2. Emotional distress and health-related quality of life in patients on hemodialysis: Lzminas thirth-five year longitudinal study.

Distinguishing optimism from neuroticism and trait anxiety, self-mastery, and self-esteem: The other seven had been admitted to hospital recently.

We studied patients on chronic haemodialysis. Article in press Psychosom Med ;72 2: Assessing the dimensionality of optimism and pessimism using a multimeasure approach. Of the coop-onca patients excluded from the study, three were foreigners and did not speak Spanish; therefore, they were not able to answer the test properly. According to the data published by Carver 24 inpeople with an optimistic coopw-onca trait have an active or more adaptive style for coping with stress planning, positive reinterpretation, personal growth and problem solving compared with pessimists, who have a passive style refusal, focus on emotions and behavioural distancing.


Quality of Life Research ;8: It appears to be related with the use of positive strategies for coping with stress, i. KimmelDaniel CukorScott D. This trait consists in having a general positive outlook and expecting positive results; in other words, the tendency to expect positive outcomes in the future.

This item could be the objective of another study. There were no significant differences with regard to age, time on haemodialysis and CCI between patients admitted and those not admitted to hospital Table The main aim of this study was to analyse the association between dispositional optimistic personality traits and the number of hospital admissions in one year in our HD population on kidney replacement therapy.


We found no significant differences between admitted and not admitted patients in age, gender, time on haemodialysis and comorbidity. J Chronic Dis ; Of a total of patients on HD in our units, accepted to participate after being informed on the nature and objectives of the study and were included in the study. Journal of Research in Personality ; Several studies have highlighted that certain personality traits are related with the prognosis of a disease, and it seems that some of them might be predictors of illness.

We see everyday how patients that adapt better to the treatment are able to follow strict diets low in potassium and phosphates; maintain a perfect weight between dialysis; comply better with drug treatments; come to recommended check-ups, etc. Port Kidney international Study on the clinical significance and related factors of thirst and xerostomia in maintenance hemodialysis patients.

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In this study we have observed how patients with an optimistic personality trait had a better HRQoL. The ability of the subject to control their own behaviour by using adaptive coping strategies is essential during the whole process of adapting to dialysis. Peterson Advances in chronic kidney disease