Resultados: 5

Different anthropometric indicators of central obesity can predict hypertension in older adults

Av. enferm; 37 (3), 2019
Abstract Objective: to investigate the association between hypertension and anthropometric indicators of central obesity, obtained from two anatomical sites in old adults. Methodology: a cross-sectional study including 145 elderly people, from whom socioeconomic and demographic data and anthropometric ...

Factors associated with the severity of scorpio poisoning

ABSTRACT Objective: to analyze the factors associated with the severity of scorpionism, according to sociodemographic, clinical and epidemiological aspects. Method: a cross-sectional study was carried out, in 2017, with data extracted directly from the Epidemiological Investigation Records of the Infor...

Socioeconomic and health conditions associated with quality of life of elderly quilombolas

Texto & contexto enferm; 25 (2), 2016
ABSTRACT This study aimed to identify the socioeconomic and health conditions associated with quality of life of elderly quilombolas. Cross-sectional, epidemiological and census study, conducted with 427 elderly individuals of a quilombola population enrolled in Family Health Strategies of 17 quilombas c...

Quality of life of relative caregivers of elderly dependents at home

Texto & contexto enferm; 23 (3), 2014
The objective of this study was to analyze the relationship of sociodemographic characteristics and activity overload with the quality of life of relative caregivers of elderly dependents at home. This is an epidemiological, transversal study, conducted with 58 relative caregivers of elderly people regis...

Perfil de cuidadores familiares de idosos no domicílio

Objective: To investigate the sociodemographic profile of family caregivers of elderly at home and the level of overload resulted by care activity. Method: A descriptive cross-sectional study, conducted with 29 family caregivers of elderly individuals enrolled in a Family Health Strategy. There were coll...