HIGHLIGHTING CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT PREDISPOSING FACTORS IN THE DYNAMICS OF ETHANOLIC DEPENDENCE SYNDROME

  • Narcisa Carmen MLADIN Vasile Goldis "West University", Arad, Romania
  • Lavinia Cristina MOLERIU Vasile Goldis "West University", Arad, Romania
  • S. MORARIU "Victor Babes" University of Medicine and Pharmacy Timisoara, Timisoara, Romania

Abstract

Aims: This research aims to highlight the involvement of behavioral disorders as predisposing vulnerable factors in the pathology of patients with ethane deficiency, compared to healthy subjects. Material and methods: For 120 patients included in the study a statistical and mathematical representation of the factors of personality and temperament was made: impulsivity, socialization, social desirability, somatic anxiety, social-cognitive anxiety and muscle tension, in relation to the dynamics of the ethanolic challenge syndrome. Results: The "Karolinska Scales of Personality - KPS" was used to evaluate the representation. For the statistical analysis was used SPSS version 17.0 and for the charts and tables was used Microsoft Excel. Conclusions: Blood tests were performed (OGT, PGT, TG-gamma) to determine the degree of severity and the predisposition to develop subsequent ethanolic complications.

Author Biographies

Narcisa Carmen MLADIN, Vasile Goldis "West University", Arad, Romania

Department of General Medicine - Occupational Medicine

Lavinia Cristina MOLERIU, Vasile Goldis "West University", Arad, Romania

Department of General Medicine/Occupational Medicine

S. MORARIU, "Victor Babes" University of Medicine and Pharmacy Timisoara, Timisoara, Romania

Department of Functional Sciences - Medical Informatics and Biostatistics

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Published
2018-04-04
Section
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE - LABORATORY