The congenital heart disease (CHD) population now comprises an increasing number of older persons in their 6th decade of life and beyond. We cross-sectionally evaluated patient-reported outcomes (PROs) in persons with CHD aged 60 years or older, and contrasted these with PROs of younger patients aged 40-59 years and 18-39 years. Adjusted for demographic and medical characteristics, patients >= 60 years had a lower Physical Component Summary, higher Mental Component Summary, and lower anxiety (Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale-Anxiety) scores than patients in the two younger categories. For satisfaction with life, older persons had a higher score than patients aged 40-59 years. Registration: ClinicalTrials.gov NCT02150603.

Patient-reported outcomes in the aging population of adults with congenital heart disease: results from APPROACH-IS / P. Moons, K. Luyckx, C. Thomet, W. Budts, J. Enomoto, M.A. Sluman, H.L. Yang, J.L. Jackson, P. Khairy, S.C. Cook, S. Chidambarathanu, L. Alday, E. Oechslin, K. Eriksen, M. Dellborg, M. Berghammer, B. Johansson, A.S. Mackie, S. Menahem, M. Caruana, G. Veldtman, A. Soufi, S.M. Fernandes, K. White, E. Callus, S. Kutty, A.H. Kovacs. - In: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR NURSING. - ISSN 1474-5151. - (2022), pp. zvac057.1-zvac057.6. [10.1093/eurjcn/zvac057]

Patient-reported outcomes in the aging population of adults with congenital heart disease: results from APPROACH-IS

E. Callus;
2022

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The congenital heart disease (CHD) population now comprises an increasing number of older persons in their 6th decade of life and beyond. We cross-sectionally evaluated patient-reported outcomes (PROs) in persons with CHD aged 60 years or older, and contrasted these with PROs of younger patients aged 40-59 years and 18-39 years. Adjusted for demographic and medical characteristics, patients >= 60 years had a lower Physical Component Summary, higher Mental Component Summary, and lower anxiety (Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale-Anxiety) scores than patients in the two younger categories. For satisfaction with life, older persons had a higher score than patients aged 40-59 years. Registration: ClinicalTrials.gov NCT02150603.
Aging; Functioning; Heart defects, congenital; Mental health; Patient-reported outcomes; Quality of life;
Settore M-PSI/08 - Psicologia Clinica
28-lug-2022
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