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Háttér és célok

Az amputáció egy olyan átélt trauma, amely gyökeresen átalakítja az egyén önmagáról és a külvilágról alkotott képét. Jelen vizsgálat célja az volt, hogy megvizsgáljuk, az amputáción átesett betegek milyen pszichés, szociális és fizikai nehézségekkel találják szembe magukat a műtétet követően, valamint hogyan igyekeznek megküzdeni a kritikus élethelyzettel. A reziliencia nézőpontjából azt kerestük, melyek azok a protektív és rizikótényezők, amelyek szerepet játszanak az alkalmazkodóképesség és a betegek mentális egészségének megőrzésében.

Módszer

Alsóvégtag-amputált diabetes mellitusban szenvedő betegeket (n = 46) vizsgáltunk utánkövetéssel az amputációt követő első, illetve hatodik hónapban, a kutatócsoportunk által összeállított kérdőívcsomag segítségével. Kontrollcsoportként egészséges vizsgálati személyeket vontunk be (n = 63), valamint 2-es típusú cukorbetegeket (n = 54). A kérdőívcsomag tartalmazta a Beck Depresszió Kérdőívet (BDI-R), a Connor–Davidson Reziliencia Skálát (CD-RISC), a Társas Támogatás Kérdőívet (MOS-SSS), a Pozitív és Negatív Affektivitás Skálát (PANAS), valamint a Folkman és Lazarus-féle Konfl iktusmegoldó Kérdőívet (WOC).

Eredmények

Az amputációt követő hatodik hónapban a depresszió, valamint a negatív érzelmek mértéke szignifikáns csökkenést mutat, de a depresszió és a negatív érzelmek jelenléte az alkalmazkodás sikerességét veszélyezteti. Ezzel együtt a reziliencia és a pozitív érzelmek dominanciája növekszik. A társas támogatás keresése, különösképpen a betegek pozitív szociális interakción alapuló támasz iránti igénye nő az idő előrehaladtával, mindez pozitív kapcsolatban áll a rezilienciával. Továbbá protektív tényezőként van jelen a céltudatos cselekvés és az alkalmazkodás mint megküzdési stratégiák, de a negatív érzelmek jelenléte gyengíti a betegek adaptív megküzdését.

Következtetések

A magasabb rezilienciával rendelkező betegek alkalmazkodása sikeresebb, mint azoké, akik negatív alkalmazkodási stratégiákat alkalmaznak.

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