Selected Factors Related to Stroke in Ban Dung District, Udonthani Province

Authors

  • Chanyawee Chaiwong Boromarajonani College of Nursing Udonthani, Faculty of Nursing
  • Yupaporn Tirapaiwong Boromarajonani College of Nursing Udonthani, Faculty of Nursing
  • Wirakan Sumethanurakkhakun

Keywords:

Selected factors, Stroke

Abstract

Abstract

Introduction: Stroke is a public health problem.  It is a leading cause of death and chronic illness among Thai people. A study of factors related to stroke is useful for health care providers to more effectively prevent diseases or complication in patients.

Research objective: This study aimed to assess selected factors associated with stroke among hypertensive patients in Ban Dung district, Udonthani province.

Research methodology: This descriptive study was conducted using an assessment of cardiovascular risks questionnaire (7 items) and a stress questionnaire (ST-5) (5 items). Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics using binary logistic regression. A significant level was set at p<0.05.

            Results: There were 225 participants including 75 hypertensive patients with stroke and 150 hypertensive patients without stroke. Five selected factors related to stoke  were 1) heart disease (OR=10.57, p <.05); 2) family member having health problems with stroke, ischemic heart disease or paralysis (OR=4.14, p =.001); 3) hyperlipidemia (OR =0.09, p<.001); 4) alcohol consumption (OR=0.02, p=001); and 5) stress (OR=0.79, p<.05).             Conclusions: Selected factors related to stroke were 1) heart disease, 2) family member having health problems with stroke, ischemic heart disease or paralysis, 3) hyperlipidemia, 4) alcohol consumption, and 5) stress.

Implication for practice: These findings suggest that health care providers should develop a program to prevent stroke for patients, especially in patients with heart disease or those who have a family member with stroke or heart disease. The program should aim to change their health behaviors such as healthy diet, physical activities, abstaining from alcoholic beverages, and stress management.

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Published

2022-04-01

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Chaiwong ช, Tirapaiwong ย, Sumethanurakkhakun ว. Selected Factors Related to Stroke in Ban Dung District, Udonthani Province. JHNR [Internet]. 2022 Apr. 1 [cited 2022 Jun. 26];38(1):61-72. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/bcnbangkok/article/view/243406

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