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etemadi S, rouhi S, mesbahi M, fahimi M. The relation between type D personality and its dimensions distress (dass) heart disease coronary artery bypass. RJMS 2019; 26 (1) :23-31
URL: http://rjms.iums.ac.ir/article-1-4804-en.html
Tehran University, Tehran, Iran , etemadi.soraya@ut.acir
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Background: Many studies have shown the role of psychological and behavioral risk factors in the etiology and physiopathology of cardiovascular disorders. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between depression and stress and anxiety with personality type D in patients with cardiovascular disease.
Methods: A descriptive correlational study was performed on patients with coronary artery bypass referred to a rehabilitation center in Tehran Heart Center. About 378 pateints were selected using convienience sampling. The used tools were Depression Anxiety Stress Scale (DASS21), and de Denollet Personality Type scale 2005 (DS-14).
Results: The results showed that there is a significant positive relationship between personality type D (negative affect, prevent emotional) level of emotional distress (stress, anxiety, depression).
Conclusion: Psychological factors have an effect on the severity of coronary heart disease in type D personality. Hence, it is necessary to care about psychological factors (negative affect and emotional inhibition) of coronary heart disease patients during their the process of treatment treatment.
 

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