E. A. Evstifeeva, S. I. Filippchenkova, L. A. Murashova, O. N. Bakhareva
Indicators of quality of life, cognitive disorders and anxiety-depressive disorders in patients with ischemic stroke during medical rehabilitation
TVER STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, TVER
The consequences of ischemic stroke are diverse, they affect not only the somatic component of the patient's life, which is reflected in medical indicators, but also in physical, psychological and social aspects. All these aspects are related with the health-related quality of life and influence the results of treatment and rehabilitation. Quite often patients with ischemic stroke are diagnosed with cognitive impairment, anxiety and depression; their severity depends on such factors as age, the recurrence of the stroke and its localization, the low level of education of the patient, etc. The combination of anxiety-depressive symptoms and somatic pathology refers to the number of adverse factors affecting the processes of treatment and rehabilitation. The article presents the results of the study focused on quality of life assessment, evaluation of cognitive functions, severity of situational, personal anxiety and depression in patients with ischemic stroke during second stage of medical rehabilitation.