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고혈압 환자에 대한 사회의학적 조사연구

A Sociomedical Study on Hypertension Cases

공중보건잡지 1973년 10권 1호 p.131 ~ 137
김새나,
소속 상세정보
김새나 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


This study was carried out with the subjects of 140 (80 males 60 females) hypertension patients who visited the emergency ward of a large hospital in Seoul during the period of the first of May through the end of September 1972.
The main items and implications of the finding are as follows.
1) A majority (90.7%) of those hypertensives who visited emergency ward consists of the population aged over 40, with the age group of 50´s at the highest distribution (38.7%).
2. Meat consists 30.0% as one of their favorite food, with other items spread.
3. Fifty percent of the patients have family history of hypertension.
4. Among the patients with family history of hypertension, the rate who knew about hypertension before suffering from hypertension was higher than those without family history of hypertension.
5. Most of (69.3%) the subjects perceived mental stress as a major factor affecting hypertension.
6. One fourth of the subjects (24.2%) complains dizziness and twenty percents of subjects suffer from headache.
7. Most of the patients (65.7%) showed no confidence in curability of their hypertension.
7. Most of the patients (65.7%) showed no confidence in curability of their own diseases. This phenomenun indicates the health educational approaches need to be so made that they can raise confidence in curability and hold positive efforts and causion.
8. Most of the patients (65.1%) had not been recognized of their hypertension for a long time until they visited hospital for other diseases.
9. A half of (45.0%) the patients perceived their own character as nervous and anxietous and one third of them expressed that they are easily exciting and impulsive.

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