Predictive model based on the WHO-DAS II of the degree of disability in adults with a spinal cord injury in bogotá

"Introduction Spinal cord injury is a devastating condition associated with a permanent disability. Factors such as medical, social, psychological and economic problems can contribute to its increase. To build a predictive model from WHO- DAS II, the degree of disability in adults with spinal c...

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Autores Principales: "Lema, C.P. Henao, Parra, J.E. Pérez, Otalora, M.L. Acosta, Sierra, S.J. Parra, Avila, A.C. Quino"
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Publicado: "Ediciones Doyma, S.L." 2015
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Acceso en línea:https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/22915
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spelling ir-10336-229152020-06-03T22:15:07Z Predictive model based on the WHO-DAS II of the degree of disability in adults with a spinal cord injury in bogotá "Predicción del grado de discapacidad en adultos con lesión medular de Bogotá, usando el WHO-DAS II" "Lema, C.P. Henao Parra, J.E. Pérez Otalora, M.L. Acosta Sierra, S.J. Parra Avila, A.C. Quino" Disability Linear models Spinal cord injury "Introduction Spinal cord injury is a devastating condition associated with a permanent disability. Factors such as medical, social, psychological and economic problems can contribute to its increase. To build a predictive model from WHO- DAS II, the degree of disability in adults with spinal cord injury in Bogota (Colombia) it helps to understand the factors that influence the disability. Materials and methods Descriptive correlational study. It was carry out with a sample of 51 people with spinal cord injury, older than 18 with more than six months of evolution of varied causes, location and extension. The Spanish version of the WHO-DAS II of 36 items and the ASIA impairment scale were used. Tools of descriptive statistics and construction of linear regression models were used for data analysis. Results Significant relationship of global disability with socio- demographic variables (level of education, occupation, economical status and affiliation to the general social security health), clinical variables (duration and neurological level of the injury and clinical complications in the last year), and variables associated with rehabilitation services (access, assistive devices and vocational, job and educational counseling) were found. Conclusion The predictive model of global disability in adults in Bogotá with a spinal cord injury for more than 6 months is composed of the following post-injury variables: neurological level of the injury, number of clinical complications in the last year, and unemployment after the injury. © 2014 Elsevier España, S.L.U. and SERMEF." 2015 2020-05-25T23:58:42Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion 487120 https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/22915 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rh.2015.01.001 spa info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess application/pdf "Ediciones Doyma, S.L." instname:Universidad del Rosario reponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
institution EdocUR - Universidad del Rosario
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language Español (Spanish)
topic Disability
Linear models
Spinal cord injury
spellingShingle Disability
Linear models
Spinal cord injury
"Lema, C.P. Henao
Parra, J.E. Pérez
Otalora, M.L. Acosta
Sierra, S.J. Parra
Avila, A.C. Quino"
Predictive model based on the WHO-DAS II of the degree of disability in adults with a spinal cord injury in bogotá
description "Introduction Spinal cord injury is a devastating condition associated with a permanent disability. Factors such as medical, social, psychological and economic problems can contribute to its increase. To build a predictive model from WHO- DAS II, the degree of disability in adults with spinal cord injury in Bogota (Colombia) it helps to understand the factors that influence the disability. Materials and methods Descriptive correlational study. It was carry out with a sample of 51 people with spinal cord injury, older than 18 with more than six months of evolution of varied causes, location and extension. The Spanish version of the WHO-DAS II of 36 items and the ASIA impairment scale were used. Tools of descriptive statistics and construction of linear regression models were used for data analysis. Results Significant relationship of global disability with socio- demographic variables (level of education, occupation, economical status and affiliation to the general social security health), clinical variables (duration and neurological level of the injury and clinical complications in the last year), and variables associated with rehabilitation services (access, assistive devices and vocational, job and educational counseling) were found. Conclusion The predictive model of global disability in adults in Bogotá with a spinal cord injury for more than 6 months is composed of the following post-injury variables: neurological level of the injury, number of clinical complications in the last year, and unemployment after the injury. © 2014 Elsevier España, S.L.U. and SERMEF."
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author "Lema, C.P. Henao
Parra, J.E. Pérez
Otalora, M.L. Acosta
Sierra, S.J. Parra
Avila, A.C. Quino"
author_facet "Lema, C.P. Henao
Parra, J.E. Pérez
Otalora, M.L. Acosta
Sierra, S.J. Parra
Avila, A.C. Quino"
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title Predictive model based on the WHO-DAS II of the degree of disability in adults with a spinal cord injury in bogotá
title_short Predictive model based on the WHO-DAS II of the degree of disability in adults with a spinal cord injury in bogotá
title_full Predictive model based on the WHO-DAS II of the degree of disability in adults with a spinal cord injury in bogotá
title_fullStr Predictive model based on the WHO-DAS II of the degree of disability in adults with a spinal cord injury in bogotá
title_full_unstemmed Predictive model based on the WHO-DAS II of the degree of disability in adults with a spinal cord injury in bogotá
title_sort predictive model based on the who-das ii of the degree of disability in adults with a spinal cord injury in bogotá
publisher "Ediciones Doyma, S.L."
publishDate 2015
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