The Effect of Cardiovascular and Asthma Control on Quality of Life Among elderly Asthmatic Patients Attending Central Hospital, King Khalid Hospital of Hafar Albatin City

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Sayed Ibrahim Ali, Mostafa Shaban, Khaled Elballah, Abdullah A. Alarfaj, Eman Elsheikh, Nagwa Ibrahim Abbas Ghoneim


Introduction: Asthma, a chronic respiratory condition, significantly impacts the lives of individuals worldwide. This study investigates the intricate relationship between asthma control, cardiovascular health, and their combined influence on the quality of life among asthmatic patients.

Methods: Through a comprehensive analysis of demographic characteristics, clinical profiles, and quality of life assessments, our findings reveal the multifaceted nature of asthma's impact. Chest tightness, shortness of breath, limitations on physical and daily activities, and stress and anxiety related to asthma underscore the diverse challenges faced by patients.

Results: Moreover, our study highlights the bidirectional relationship between asthma and cardiovascular health, emphasizing the need for holistic care approaches that address both physical and psychological aspects.

Conclusion: These insights provide a foundation for tailored interventions and future research aimed at optimizing asthma management and enhancing patient well-being. This study contributes to a deeper understanding of the complex interactions between asthma, cardiovascular health, and quality of life, paving the way for improved asthma care and patient outcomes.

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