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Quality of life evaluation in pregnant women in the Czech republic and Slovakia by means of a specific questionaire QOL-GRAV
Bujňáková, Terézia ; Rathouská, Jana (advisor) ; Hronek, Miloslav (referee)
Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové Department of Biological and Medical Sciences Title of diploma thesis: Quality of life evaluation in pregnant women in the Czech republic and Slovakia by means of a specific questionaire QOL-GRAV Author: Terézia Bujňáková Supervisor: PharmDr. Jana Rathouská, Ph.D. Backround First, an overview of the theory concerning quality of life, pregnancy and folic acid intake was the part of the main aims of this thesis. Experimental section is focused on evaluating quality of life of pregnant women, supplementation of folic acid before and during gravidity and its potential effect on quality of life of women in the Czech republic and Slovakia, evaluated by a specific questionaire QOL-GRAV. Methods We used a quntitative method in the form of specific questionaire QOL-GRAV, in which questions about folic acid supplementation and eating habits changes before and during pregnancy, were implemented. 564 pregnant women from Czech and Slovak republic were questioned in any week of gravidity or two weeks after delivery, at latest. Results We can consider quality of life of pregnant women in Czech and Slovak republic as very good, according to average value 18,81 points of 45 points overall obtained from the questionaire, where minimum possible value of 9...

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