Predictive Factors of Depressive Symptoms in COVID-19 Patients at Srinagarind Hospital and Field Hospital Khonkean University

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Hattakorn Samretdee
Rossama Somchai
Sasitorn Duangmun
Wachiraporn Luecha
Pongsatorn Paholpak
Narak Chadbunchachai
Phongpisut Poonsawatphong

Abstract

Object: To create a predictive model of depression in COVID-19 patients.


Method: A cross-sectional analysis of infected COVID-19 patients who were quarantined at Srinagarind hospital and field hospital Khonkean university. Data were collected from 1st April to 31st September 2021 with a total of 959 cases. Patients were assessed by the questionnaire containing 9 depression items (9Q), 8 suicidal risk items (8Q), 5 stress items (ST-5), and hospital anxiety and depression scale (Thai HADS). Data were analyzed using stepwise multiple linear regression.


Results: Anxiety (β=0.39, p-value=0.00) and depression (β=0.78, p-value=0.00) can predict 64% of depression (R2=0.64, F=855.34, p-value=0.00). The predictive model of depression by using raw score was 9Q = -0.09 + (0.39)HADS anxiety + (0.78)ST5. 


Conclusion: Predicting factors of depression are anxiety and stress.

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Samretdee, H. ., Somchai, R. ., Duangmun, S. ., Luecha, W. ., Paholpak, P. ., Chadbunchachai, N. ., & Poonsawatphong, P. . (2022). Predictive Factors of Depressive Symptoms in COVID-19 Patients at Srinagarind Hospital and Field Hospital Khonkean University. Journal of the Psychiatric Association of Thailand, 67(1), 35–44. Retrieved from https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JPAT/article/view/252614
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Author Biography

Hattakorn Samretdee, Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, Khon Kaen University

Education

 

Bachelor of Science in Psychology                                          B.S. (Psychology)

Chiang Mai University

Chiang Mai, Thailand

2011

 

Master of Public Health Program  in Biostatistics               M.P.H. (Biostatistics)

Khon Kaen University

Khon Kaen, Thailand

2020

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