Yıl: 2006 Cilt: 17 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 29 - 35 Metin Dili: Türkçe İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

Comparison of physical performance of elderly people living at home and in institution

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Amaç: Yaşlının içinde bulunduğu sosyal atmosfer ve mimari modifikasyonlar gibi fiziksel durumlar, fiziksel ve sosyal aktivitelere katılım fiziksel performansı etkiler. Çalışmanın amacı evde ve yaşlı bakım evinde yaşayan yaşlıların fiziksel performansını karşılaştırmak ve fiziksel performansı etkileyen faktörleri belirlemekti. Gereç ve yöntem: Çalışmaya 64 yaşlı (Ocak-Nisan 2004 tarihleri arasında, 32'si Turgutlu Yaşlı Bakım Evi'nde, 32'si aynı bölgede evde yaşayan) dahil edildi. Yaşlıların demografik bilgileri kaydedilmiş, mobilite (30-sn sandalyeye otur-kalk testi), denge (ayakta dik durma, yarım topuk-burun durma ve topuk burun durma testleri) ve fiziksel performansları (6 dakika yürüme testi) değerlendirildi. Sonuçlar: Evde ve bakım evinde yaşayan yaşlıların demografik ve fiziksel özellikleri arasında fark bulunmadı (p>0.05). Evde yaşayan grubun 6 dakika yürüme testi mesafesi (505.6± 199.4 m), bakım evinde yaşayan grubun yürüme mesafesinden (245.2Ü01.3 m) anlamlı olarak daha yüksekti (p=0.002). Fiziksel performansın iki grupta da yaş (p<0.001) ve mobilite düzeyi (p=0.039) ile ilişkili olduğu görüldü. Tartışma: Çalışmanın sonuçları, yaşlı bakım evinde yaşayan yaşlıların mobilite, denge ve fiziksel performans düzeylerinin evde yaşayanlardan daha düşük olduğunu ve ileri yaş ile düşük mobilite düzeyinin fiziksel performansı olumsuz etkilediğini gösterdi.
Anahtar Kelime: Yaşlı Kas-iskelet dengesi Fiziksel dayanıklılık Hareketin sınırlanması

Konular: Genel ve Dahili Tıp Rehabilitasyon

Evde ve bakım evinde yaşayan yaşlıların fiziksel performanslarının karşılaştırılması

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Purpose: The physical conditions like architectural modifications and social atmosphere that elderly people are in and participation of physical and social activities affect physical performance. The aim of the study was to compare physical performance of elderly people living at home and in institution, and to investigate factors effecting physical performance. Materials and methods: Sixty-four elderly people were included to this study (32 elderly people live in Elderly Care Institution of Turgutlu and 32 elderly people living at the same town) between January and April 2004. Demographic data of the elderly people were recorded and mobility (30-second sit-to-stand test), balance (side to side stance test, semi tandem stance test, and tandem stance test) and physical performance (6-minute walk test) were evaluated. Results: No difference was found among demographic and physical characteristics between institutionalized group and home group (p>0.05). Six-minute walk test distance for physical performance of the home-dwelling group (505.6± 199.4 m) was significantly higher than the institutionalized group (245.2±101.3 m) (p=0.002). Physical performance was correlated with age (p<0.001) and mobility in both groups (p=0.039). Conclusions: Results of this study suggested that elderly people who live in institution had lower mobility, balance and physical performance then those who live at home and that age and lower mobility negatively influence physical performance of elderly people.
Anahtar Kelime: Physical Endurance Mobility Limitation Aged Musculoskeletal Equilibrium

Konular: Genel ve Dahili Tıp Rehabilitasyon
Belge Türü: Makale Makale Türü: Araştırma Makalesi Erişim Türü: Erişime Açık
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ISNAD GEREN, Ali Alper vd. "Comparison of physical performance of elderly people living at home and in institution". (2006), 29-35.
APA GEREN A, GELECEK N, SUBAŞI S (2006). Comparison of physical performance of elderly people living at home and in institution. Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon, 17(1), 29 - 35.
Chicago GEREN Ali Alper,GELECEK Nihal,SUBAŞI Sevi Sevgi Comparison of physical performance of elderly people living at home and in institution. Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon 17, no.1 (2006): 29 - 35.
MLA GEREN Ali Alper,GELECEK Nihal,SUBAŞI Sevi Sevgi Comparison of physical performance of elderly people living at home and in institution. Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon, vol.17, no.1, 2006, ss.29 - 35.
AMA GEREN A,GELECEK N,SUBAŞI S Comparison of physical performance of elderly people living at home and in institution. Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon. 2006; 17(1): 29 - 35.
Vancouver GEREN A,GELECEK N,SUBAŞI S Comparison of physical performance of elderly people living at home and in institution. Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon. 2006; 17(1): 29 - 35.
IEEE GEREN A,GELECEK N,SUBAŞI S "Comparison of physical performance of elderly people living at home and in institution." Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon, 17, ss.29 - 35, 2006.
ISNAD GEREN, Ali Alper vd. "Comparison of physical performance of elderly people living at home and in institution". Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon 17/1 (2006), 29-35.