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《Journal of Public Health and Preventive Medicine》 2018-03
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Health-related quality of life and influence factors in the population with oesophagus cancer and precancerosis

CHENG Xuan;DING Hanyue;YANG Yujie;QIU Wuqi;DONG Pei;YAN Xiaoling;MAO Ayan;Department of Public Health Strategic Intelligence Research,Institute of Medical Information,Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences;  
Objective To investigate the situation and influence factors of health utility scores among patients with oesophagus cancer and precancerosis,and provide evidence for valid promotion measures of health-related quality of life( HRQo L). Methods HRQo L was measured by European EQ-5D,and health utilities were achieved by Chinese Conversion Formula. Results The EQ-5D health utility percentiles was presented as P50( P25,P75) were 0. 869( 0. 770,1. 000) and the VAS scores were 80. 00( 70. 00,90. 00). The EQ-5D health utility scores were significantly influenced by gender,occupation,annual income and time points of treatment,while VAS scores were significantly influenced by number of family members,education levels,occupation,medical insurance,clinical stage,therapy methods and time points of treatment. The interaction was observed between therapy methods and clinical stage. Conclusion Health utility score and VAS measured the health-related quality of life of the interviewed population from different perspectives,while VAS was more sensitive to the measurement of influence factors. Attention should be paid to the population without a steady job and income,psychological interventions for patients with higher education levels should be emphasized,quality of life of patients with clinical stage Ⅲ should be greatly improved,the improvement of life quality should be put into the therapy regime,and further improve social security and serious illness medical insurance
【CateGory Index】: R735.1
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