Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Life


Assessment Of Live Kidney Donor In Term Of Functional Outcome And Quality Of Life Using Psychometric Analysis

Mukesh Jaysawal , Asutosh Kumar , Rohit Upadhyay , Rajesh K. Tiwari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1, Pages 1596-1604

Background: Candidates for living kidney donation accept a variety of risks and advantages when they choose to proceed with nephrectomy. In order to give their consent in this matter, people must first acquire accurate information about the results they consider to be essential to their choice. We determined which outcomes were most significant to living kidney donors and explained their selection criteria.
Aims: The current study aims to investigate the functional alterations in residual kidneys and assess the post-donation quality of life of live kidney donors.
Methods: The Department of Urology was where this study was carried out. The study used a prospective observational design, with some data being gathered retroactively. The donors who underwent donor nephrectomy at IGIMS Patna two years ago were included in the study. Donors were contacted by telephone after a 2-year nephrectomy in this hospital-based study.
Results: In our study, the physical domain of quality of life declined, whereas the psychological, environmental, and social domains all saw improvements. Living kidney donors reported a significant increase in pre and postoperative kidney surface area; preoperative 40.46 cm2 vs. 52.85 cm2, p<0.0001. There has been a reported statistically insignificant improvement in overall QOL (3.23 to 3.58, p<0.0148). There has been a documented, statistically small rise in health satisfaction (3.1 to 3.53, p<0.032).
Conclusion: Our study underlines the necessity of routine follow-up with donors in order to evaluate the effects of donation on physical health, clinical outcomes, and overall QOL.

Health Related Quality of Life for elderly people with Common Chronic Diseases in Patients Attending Primary Health Care Centers in Makkah- Al Mokarramah, Saudi Arabia 2021

Mahmood Mohammad alqurashi, Abdullah Eidhah Misfer Almalki, Zayed Saad Alzhranae

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 3227-3242

Although worse Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQL) among elderly people   has been widely described, it remains unclear whether this is due to differential reporting patterns, or whether there is a real difference in health status. Chronic diseases can have a profound impact on the health and quality of life of elder, not to mention the financial burden that is often associated with long-term illness. But specialists in gerontology and the emerging field of anti-aging medicine are quick to point out that while the risk of disease and disability undoubtedly can increase with advancing years, poor health is not an inevitable consequence of aging, According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) a lot of the sickness, disability, and even death associated with chronic disease can be avoided through preventive measures Older population is expected to be increased in Arab countries including Saudi Arabia in coming decades.  On the contrary, Arab countries are not paying attention to this increasing number of elderly people and most of the time; family is responsible for the increased demand of care for the elderly people.Aim of the study: To assess the health-Related Quality of Life for elderly people with Common Chronic Diseases in patients Attending Primary Health Care Centers in Makkah- Al Mokarramah, Saudi Arabia 2021. Method:  This cross-sectional study was carried out on 300 elderly people with age ≥ 60 years. Quality of life was assessed using Arabic translation of WHO Quality of Life-Brief (WHOQOL) questionnaire. Screening of cardiac diseases and depression was done using Framingham and PHQ-2 questionnaires, respectively. Results: In our study in table 3 show, the majority of the participants those who did Framingham risk score  classified as intermediate risk with constitutes of (62.0%) followed by high risk with constitutes of  31.0% while a significant were P-value=0.001and  X2=136.86 regarding the PHQ-2In our study the majority of the participants Positive were(69.0%) while a significant were P-value=0.001and  X2=42.563, regarding the QOL the majority of the participants Good were(50.0%) while a significant were P-value=0.001and  X2=67.92 Conclusion: Improve service quality and increase clinics responsible for providing Common Chronic Diseases  patients with health information

Mukhtara - an example of discovery and invention (on the example of Foni's poems)

BekovaNazoraJuraevna .; NIGORA KHUDOYOROVA

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1463-1468

The article talks about the work of A. Navoi. Alisherbek was a minister without a minister. They recited poems in Turkish, but no one recited so many and well. "LISON UTTAYR" on horseback. He has organized four ghazals: "GAROYIB US-SIGAR", "NAVODIRUSH- SHABOB", "BADOYI UL-VASAT", "FAVOID UL "KIBAR" is a horseman. He has a
good rhyme. I have some other musannafati, and this is a lower and slower event for these people. "

Changes In The Spiritual Life Of Vietnamese People Through Traditional Festivals

Dang Quang Dinh; Nguyen Hoang Phuong; Than Ngoc Anh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 134-141

Among Vietnam's unique folklore treasures, festivals are the most typical cultural area. A festival, which attracts a great deal of interest in social life, is an integrated form of activities including spiritual and material aspects, religious beliefs, arts and culture, the sacred and everyday life, and so on. Out of more than 9000 festivals in Vietnam, about 7000 traditional festivals are widely scattered across the country. Studying changes in the spiritual life of Vietnamese people through traditional festivals contributes to building spiritual life and building an advanced Vietnamese culture imbued with national identity. In order to ensure the effective organization and management of festivals, promote the cultural identity and diversity of national festivals, a scientific and comprehensive survey is needed, clarifying origins, characteristics, values, scale, and financial sources for organizing festivals; identifying viewpoints, criteria and classification methods on traditional festivals and modern festivals in our country, chaired by a specialized agency for scientific research. On the basis of the survey findings, the state authorities study and consider which types of festivals need planning, management decentralization, and elaboration of management regulations, mechanisms and policies consistent with the characteristics of traditional festivals and modern festivals.