The correlation between subjective well-being and social support in elderly patients after percutaneous coronary intervention
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Tiantian Yuan, Mi Zhang, YayaTian, Fange Liu
Objective: To analyze the relationship between subjective well-being (SWB) and social support in elderly patients with coronary artery disease in xi 'an after percutaneous coronary intervention. Methods: 307 subjects were investigated by self-designed questionnaire, MUNSH and SSRS. Results: The total score of positive factors of subjective well-being in elderly patients with coronary heart disease after stent implantation was positively correlated with the total score of social support (P < 0.001), while the total score of negative factors was negatively correlated with the total score of social support (P < 0.001). The main influencing factors of subjective well-being were family per capita monthly income, chronic diseases and social support. Conclusion: Subjective well-being of elderly patients after surgery needs to be improved. Close attention should be paid to their social support to improve their happiness level and quality of life in later years.
Percutaneous coronary intervention; subjective well-being; social support