Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Analysis of medical and social characteristics of day inpatients with gynecological profile

Year: 2020, volume 16 Issue: №4 Pages: 959-962
Heading: public health Article type: Original article
Authors: Fomina A.V., Dzidzariya F.G.
Organization: Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Objective: analysis of the influence of medical and social characteristics of women on the organization of gynecological care in the one day hospital. Material and Methods. The study involved 263 women, undergoing treatment in a gynecological day hospital, organized on the basis of a large multidisciplinary hospital in Moscow. The following research methods were used: sociological (self-developed questionnaire), statistical (descriptive statistics, comparison of mean values, Chi-square). Results. The age and social characteristics of women, their referral fortreatment by primary care or hospital doctors, the possibility of choosing the type of hospitalization are medical and social factors that affect the organization of the activities of the day hospital of the gynecological profile. The largest group (33.1%) included women in the age of 31-40. Most of the patients were referred for one day hospital treatment by doctors of primary care medical organizations (87.5% of cases). The share of women who were treated in a day hospital for the first time was 80.3%. Half of the respondents (51.0%) noted the opportunity to undergo treatment without leaving their family and home. The distribution of the choice between treatment in a 24-hour hospital and in a day hospital is statistically significant for age groups (p <0.05): the choice was given to a greater extent to persons aged 61 and older. Conclusion. The analysis of the obtained medical and social characteristics of the patients of the day hospital of the gynecological profile showed that the organization of specialized medical care in the conditions of hospital-replacing technologies is justified. Factors such as the employment rate of women, their age and social characteristics, and factors related to referral to treatment are taken into account.

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