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dc.contributor.authorMonterrosa Castro, Álvarospa
dc.contributor.authorBlumel, Juan Enriquespa
dc.contributor.authorChedraui, Peterspa
dc.date.accessioned2020-10-27T14:20:43Z
dc.date.available2020-10-27T14:20:43Z
dc.date.issued2009-08-10
dc.identifier.issn2382-4603
dc.identifier.issn0123-7047
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12749/10275
dc.description.abstractIntroducción. Pocos estudios han comparado el impacto del climaterio en la calidad de vida (CV) en diferentes etnias latinoamericanas. Objetivo: Evaluar la CV en mujeres postmenopáusicas colombianas de tres etnias distintas. Material y método: Estudio descriptivo transversal que incluyó mujeres sanas entre 40 y 59 años de edad, pertenecientes a las etnias hispánicas, indígenas y negras. La población evaluada hace parte del Estudio Calidad de Vida en la Menopausia y Etnias Colombianas (Cavimec). El instrumento utilizado para valorar CV fue el Meno pause Rating Scale. Resultados: Se estudiaron 579 mujeres postmenopáusicas, 153 hispánicas, 295 indígenas y 131 afrodescendientes. Las hispánicas tenían en promedio 55,3 (DE 3,3) años de edad, 6,4 (DE 3,5) años de escolaridad y habían presentado su menopausia a los 48,3 (DE 2,5) años. Comparadas con las hispánicas, las indígenas tenían una edad similar, menor escolaridad (2,2 [DE 1,8] años, p<0,0001) y mayor edad al inicio de su menopausia (49,5 [DE 3,0] años, p<0,0001). Las afrodescendientes eran más jóvenes que las hispánicas (53,4 [3,3]años, p<0,0001) y con menor escolaridad (4,6 [DE 4,4] años, p<0,0001). Las hispánicas tienen la mejor CV (MRS 8,6 [DE 5,7] puntos), seguidas por las afrodescendientes (13,7 [DE 7,0] puntos, p<0,001) y las indígenas (14,7 [DE 2,4] puntos, p<0,0001). Las afrodescendientes tienen un mayor deterioro psicológico (dimensión psicológica 5,9 [DE 2,9] puntos) que las hispánicas (2,7 [DE 2,6] puntos, p<0,0001) o las indígenas (3,1 [DE 1,6] puntos, p<0,0001), y presentan más síntomas somáticos (dimensión somática 6,5 [DE 3,3] puntos, 4,6 [DE 2,9] puntos, y 5,3 [1,7] puntos, respectivamente;p<0,0001). Las indígenas presentan mayor sintomatología urogenital(dimensión urogenital 6,2 [DE 1,3] puntos) que las hispánicas (1,3 [DE 2,3] puntos, p<0,0001) y las afrodescendientes (1,1 [DE 1,9] puntos, p<0,0001). Conclusión: Las mujeres postmenopáusicas hispánicas tienen menos compromiso de calidad de vida que las mujeres indígenas o afrodescendientes. Las afrodescendientes presentan más severidad de síntomas psicológicos y somáticos, mientras que las indígenas presentan más sintomatología del área urogenital.[ Monterrosa A, Blumel JE Chedraui P. Calidad de vida de mujeres en postmenopausia Valoración con "Meno pause Rating Scale " de tres etnias colombianas diferentes. MedUNAB 2009; 12:80-85 ]spa
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dc.publisherUniversidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga UNAB
dc.relationhttps://revistas.unab.edu.co/index.php/medunab/article/view/34/32
dc.relation.urihttps://revistas.unab.edu.co/index.php/medunab/article/view/34
dc.sourceMedUNAB; Vol. 12 Núm. 2 (2009): Globalización, Calidad de vida, Ceguera en Santander; 80-85
dc.subjectCiencias biomédicas
dc.subjectCiencias de la vida
dc.subjectInnovaciones en salud
dc.subjectInvestigaciones
dc.titleCalidad de vida de mujeres en postmenopausia. Valoración con “Menopause Rating Scale” de tres etnias colombianas diferentes
dc.title.translatedQuality of life of postmenopausal women. Assessment with the "Menopause Rating Scale" of three different colombian ethnic groups
dc.publisher.facultyFacultad Ciencias de la Salud
dc.publisher.programPregrado Medicina
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dc.subject.keywordsHealth Scienceseng
dc.subject.keywordsMedicineeng
dc.subject.keywordsMedical Scienceseng
dc.subject.keywordsBiomedical Scienceseng
dc.subject.keywordsLife Scienceseng
dc.subject.keywordsInnovations in healtheng
dc.subject.keywordsResearcheng
dc.subject.keywordsMenopause
dc.subject.keywordsQuality of life
dc.subject.keywordsIndigenous
dc.subject.keywordsHispanic Americans
dc.identifier.instnameinstname:Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga UNABspa
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dc.contributor.cvlacMonterrosa Castro, Álvaro [0000275034]
dc.subject.lembCiencias de la salud
dc.subject.lembMedicina
dc.subject.lembCiencias médicas
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dc.description.abstractenglishIntroduction. Few studies have compared the impact of climacteric on quality of life (QoL) in different Latin American ethnic groups. Objective: To evaluate QoL in Colombian postmenopausal women of three different ethnicities. Material and method: Cross-sectional descriptive study that included healthy women between 40 and 59 years of age, belonging to Hispanic, indigenous and black ethnic groups. The population evaluated is part of the Quality of Life Study in Menopause and Colombian Ethnicities (Cavimec). The instrument used to assess CV was the Meno pause Rating Scale. Results: 579 postmenopausal women, 153 Hispanic, 295 indigenous and 131 Afro-descendant were studied. Hispanics were on average 55.3 (SD 3.3) years of age, 6.4 (SD 3.5) years of schooling and had presented their menopause at 48.3 (SD 2.5) years. Compared with the Hispanics, the indigenous women had a similar age, less education (2.2 [SD 1.8] years, p <0.0001) and older at the beginning of their menopause (49.5 [SD 3.0] years, p <0.0001). The Afro-descendants were younger than the Hispanics (53.4 [3.3] years, p <0.0001) and with less schooling (4.6 [SD 4.4] years, p <0.0001). Hispanic women have the best QoL (MRS 8.6 [SD 5.7] points), followed by Afro-descendants (13.7 [SD 7.0] points, p <0.001) and indigenous women (14.7 [SD 2 , 4] points, p <0.0001). Afro-descendant women have a greater psychological deterioration (psychological dimension 5.9 [SD 2.9] points) than Hispanic (2.7 [SD 2.6] points, p <0.0001) or indigenous (3.1 [SD 2.6] points). SD 1.6] points, p <0.0001), and have more somatic symptoms (somatic dimension 6.5 [SD 3.3] points, 4.6 [SD 2.9] points, and 5.3 [1 , 7] points, respectively; p <0.0001). Indigenous women present greater urogenital symptoms (urogenital dimension 6.2 [SD 1.3] points) than Hispanics (1.3 [SD 2.3] points, p <0.0001) and Afro-descendants (1.1 [SD 1.9] points, p <0.0001). Conclusion: Hispanic postmenopausal women have less commitment to quality of life than indigenous or Afro-descendant women. Afro-descendant women present more severity of psychological and somatic symptoms, while indigenous women present more symptoms of the urogenital area. [Monterrosa A, Blumel JE Chedraui P. Quality of life of postmenopausal women Assessment with "Meno pause Rating Scale" of three Colombian ethnic groups different. MedUNAB 2009; 12: 80-85]eng
dc.subject.proposalMenopausia
dc.subject.proposalCalidad de vida
dc.subject.proposalAfrodescendientes
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