Review Article
Volume 11 Issue 3 - 2022
The Problem of Compliance in Persons with a Transitor Ischemic Attack
Nikita A Bondarenko*
Communal Non-Profit Enterprise, Department of Neurology, “Kiev City Clinical Hospital №3”, Kiev, Ukraine
*Corresponding Author: Nikita A Bondarenko, Communal Non-Profit Enterprise, Department of Neurology, “Kiev City Clinical Hospital №3”, Kiev, Ukraine.
Received: January 27, 2022; Published: February 28, 2022




Abstract

This short article is devoted to the pilot phase of the empirical study concerning a problem of compliance in patients who have undergone TIA (transient ischemic attack). The difficulty with these patients is that, having learned that they do not have a real stroke, they show an anosognosic type of attitude towards their disease. Although the number of patients with this diagnosis is small, this does not reduce the significance of the problem. On a sample of 18 patients (9 men and 9 women), aged from 35 to 60 a moderate positive correlation was noted between the level of anxiety and adherence to treatment (prophylactic monitoring of one's own condition) in patients after TIA (r = .605). Moderate positive correlation was also noted between the recognition of the value of "health" and "material well-being" and adherence to treatment (r = .512). Further deployment of research requires the provision of a larger sample of patients and involvement, of medical workers and paramedics to understand the most optimal ways to ensure compliance, as well as the reasons, preventing its formation.

 

Keywords: Pilot Study; Compliance; Transient Ischemic Attack; Attitude towards Disease

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Citation: Nikita A Bondarenko. “The Problem of Compliance in Persons with a Transitor Ischemic Attack”. EC Psychology and Psychiatry 11.3 (2022): 59-63.

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