Angina Self-Management Plan and Quality of Life, Anxiety and Depression in Post Coronary Angioplasty Patients
Angina Self-Management Plan and Quality of Life
The patients suffer coronary artery diseases have some depression and anxiety as these are the frequent reason of mortality. The programs of self-management also showed noteworthy effects about the chronic illnesses. This research also based on the evaluation of impacts of plan of angina on the depression, anxiety, and QoL in individuals of angioplasty. On the other hand, in this study, parallel trial was done in various specific hospitals and divided the patients into groups such as experimental and control. Height, weight, and blood pressure were also measured. The history of vascular coronary involvement, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, diabetes, and smoking were also obtained. Then a twelve-week intervention plan of angina was also performed. The results regarding depression and anxiety were also analyzed by t-test independently using SPSS. The difference was not significant between both groups that shows that self-management plan of angina was effective to reduce anxiety and to improve the QoL’s perception.