The prevalence of anxiety and depression among patients with obstructive ventilation disorders: the Respect study. Part I

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The article presents an analysis of the prevalence of anxiety and depression in people with obstructive ventilation disorders based on the results of the RESPECT population study (RESearch on the PrEvalence and the diagnosis of COPD and its Tobacco-related aetiology). The findings indicate a high prevalence of subclinical and clinical anxiety (18.4%) or depression (21.3%) among people with persistent obstructive ventilation disorders. People with such disorders have been inclined to show more severe health problems and a lower self-esteem for their health.


Elena A. Andreeva

Author for correspondence.
klmn.69@mail.ru
Northern State Medical University
Russian Federation, Arkhangelsk

PhD, associate professor of the Department of Family Medicine

Marina A. Pokhaznikova

marina.pokhaznikova@szgmu.ru
North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov
Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg

PhD, associate professor of the Department of Family Medicine

Irina E. Moiseeva

irina.moiseeva@szgmu.ru
North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov
Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg

PhD, associate professor of the Department of Family Medicine

Olga Yu. Kuznetsova

olga.kuznetsova@szgmu.ru
North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov
Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg

DSc, professor, Head of the Department of Family Medicine

J -M. Degryse

jan.degryse@kuleuven.be
Université Catholique de Louvain
Belgium, Brussels

MD, PhD, professor

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