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Emotional Distress and its Correlates among Nigerian Women in Late Pregnancy
A cross-sectional study was carried out in a Teaching Hospital to compare women in late pregnancy and matched controls for emotional distress. Each of the 156 pregnant women was matched with a control and studied to ...
Emotional Distress and Self-Reported Quality of Life among Primary Caregivers of Stroke Survivors in Nigeria
Objectives: To investigate emotional symptoms and domain quality of life (QOL) among primary caregivers of stroke survivors and to determine survivor-related and caregiver-related predictors of these variables. Design: A ...
Psychological Reactions to Amputation in a Sample of Nigerian Amputees
The study compares psychological symptoms between amputees and other orthopedic patients. Forty-two consecutive amputees were interviewed between 7 and 28 days after amputation, and an equal number of other orthopedic ...
Mental Health of Infertile Women in Nigeria
Objective: To determine the prevalence of psychiatric morbidity and factors associated with poor mental health in women suffering from infertility. Method: The General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-30), Beck Depression ...
Interictal Anxiety and Depression Symptoms in Nigerians with Epilepsy: A Controlled Study
The goals of this study were to compare symptoms of anxiety and depression between patients with epilepsy and a healthy control group, and to determine the possible factors associated with clinically significant anxiety ...
Psychiatric Symptoms in Surgical Patients: An Assessment of the Course of Anxiety
Fifty five (55) patients consecutively booked for major elective surgery were assessed pre-operatively for minor psychiatric symptoms and baseline anxiety levels using the GHQ-30 and the state version of the State-Trait ...