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Title:
Effect of Burn Body Parts on the Cognitive and Post-traumatic Stress problems in Female Burn survivors
Authors:
Iram Naz, Zakia Bano
Published on:
2020-06-30
Journal Reference:
Volume 12 - Issue 2     April- June 2020
Pages:
91-94
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  ABSTRACT

Objective: To investigate the effect of Burn Body Parts on the Cognitive functioning and Post-traumatic stress problems in female Burn survivors.

Study Design: Cross sectional observational study.

Place and Duration:  Department of Psychology, University of Gujrat from November 15th2017 to July 25th 2018.

Methodology: The cognitive functioning and post-traumatic stress disorder was measured by using Montreal Cognitive Assessment scale, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Checklist and demographic form respectively.

Results: The 200 post burn survivor’s data was tested using Structure Equation Modeling and the model fit was confirmed with the p-value of .012. It established the moderating effect of burn body parts role in cognitive and post-traumatic stress problems in female burn victims. While analyzing the relationship among the variables, the cognitive problems with post-traumatic stress shows the regression estimates of -1.956 (p-value, .000) which specifies that better cognitive functioning lower down the post-traumatic stress problems. Whereas role of burn body parts increase by 1 unit increase post-traumatic stress problem by .748 (p-value, .000). The findings indicated that more the burn body parts the more the post-traumatic stress problems in the survivors.

Conclusion:The effect of burn body parts plays a significant role on the cognitive and post-traumatic stress problems in female burn survivors.

Keywords: Burn Injury, Cognitive functioning, Post-Traumatic stress, Burn body parts, Structure equation modeling.

How to Cite This:

Naz I, Bano Z. Effect of Burn Body Parts on the cognitive and post-traumatic Stress problems in female burn survivors.Isra Med J. 2020; 12(2): 91-94.

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