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Heredia- Torres, M., Huertas-Hoyas, E., Máximo-Bocanegra, N., Palacios-Ceña, D., y Fernández de las Peñas, C.

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Cognitive performance in women with fibromyalgia: A case–control study

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Nombre de la revista

Australian Occupational Therapy Journal

Año de publicación

2016

Volumen de la revista

63(5)

Páginas de la revista

1-9

Palabras Claves

activities of daily living, cognitive ability, fibromyalgia, functional independence, y functions

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10.1111/1440-1630.12292

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Background/aim: This study aimed to evaluate the differences in cognitive skills between women with fibromyalgia and healthy women, and the correlations between functional independence and cognitive limitations. Methods: A cross-sectional study was performed. Twenty women with fibromyalgia and 20 matched controls participated. Outcomes included the Numerical Pain Rating Scale, the Functional Independence Measure, the Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire and Gradior© software. The Student’s t-test and the Spearman’s rho test were applied to the data. Results: Women affected required a greater mean time (P < 0.020) and maximum time (P < 0.015) during the attention test than the healthy controls. In the memory test they displayed greater execution errors (P < 0.001), minimal time (P < 0.001) and mean time (P < 0.001) whereas, in the perception tests, they displayed a greater mean time (P < 0.009) and maximum time (P < 0.048). Correlations were found between the domains of the functional independence measure and the cognitive abilities assessed. Conclusions: Women with fibromyalgia exhibited a decreased cognitive ability compared to healthy controls, which negatively affected the performance of daily activities, such as upper limb dressing, feeding and personal hygiene. Patients required more time to perform activities

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Pérez de Heredia-Torres M, Huertas-Hoyas E, Máximo-Bocanegra N, Palacios-Ceña D, Fernández-De-Las-Peñas. Cognitive performance in women with fibromyalgia: A case-control study. Aust Occup Ther J. 2016 Oct;63(5):329-337. doi: 10.1111/1440-1630.12292.


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Cognitive performance in women with fibromyalgia: A case–control study

Título del Artículo en inglés

Nombre de la revista

Australian Occupational Therapy Journal

Año de publicación

2016

Volumen de la revista

63(5)

Páginas de la revista

1-9

Palabras Claves

activities of daily living, cognitive ability, fibromyalgia, functional independence, y functions

DOI

10.1111/1440-1630.12292

Resumen en castellano

Background/aim: This study aimed to evaluate the differences in cognitive skills between women with fibromyalgia and healthy women, and the correlations between functional independence and cognitive limitations. Methods: A cross-sectional study was performed. Twenty women with fibromyalgia and 20 matched controls participated. Outcomes included the Numerical Pain Rating Scale, the Functional Independence Measure, the Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire and Gradior© software. The Student’s t-test and the Spearman’s rho test were applied to the data. Results: Women affected required a greater mean time (P < 0.020) and maximum time (P < 0.015) during the attention test than the healthy controls. In the memory test they displayed greater execution errors (P < 0.001), minimal time (P < 0.001) and mean time (P < 0.001) whereas, in the perception tests, they displayed a greater mean time (P < 0.009) and maximum time (P < 0.048). Correlations were found between the domains of the functional independence measure and the cognitive abilities assessed. Conclusions: Women with fibromyalgia exhibited a decreased cognitive ability compared to healthy controls, which negatively affected the performance of daily activities, such as upper limb dressing, feeding and personal hygiene. Patients required more time to perform activities

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Referencia bibliográfica

Pérez de Heredia-Torres M, Huertas-Hoyas E, Máximo-Bocanegra N, Palacios-Ceña D, Fernández-De-Las-Peñas. Cognitive performance in women with fibromyalgia: A case-control study. Aust Occup Ther J. 2016 Oct;63(5):329-337. doi: 10.1111/1440-1630.12292.


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Heredia- Torres, M., Huertas-Hoyas, E., Máximo-Bocanegra, N., Palacios-Ceña, D., y Fernández de las Peñas, C.

Título del artículo en castellano

Cognitive performance in women with fibromyalgia: A case–control study

Título del Artículo en inglés

Nombre de la revista

Australian Occupational Therapy Journal

Año de publicación

2016

Volumen de la revista

63(5)

Páginas de la revista

1-9

Palabras Claves

activities of daily living, cognitive ability, fibromyalgia, functional independence, y functions

DOI

10.1111/1440-1630.12292

Resumen en castellano

Background/aim: This study aimed to evaluate the differences in cognitive skills between women with fibromyalgia and healthy women, and the correlations between functional independence and cognitive limitations. Methods: A cross-sectional study was performed. Twenty women with fibromyalgia and 20 matched controls participated. Outcomes included the Numerical Pain Rating Scale, the Functional Independence Measure, the Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire and Gradior© software. The Student’s t-test and the Spearman’s rho test were applied to the data. Results: Women affected required a greater mean time (P < 0.020) and maximum time (P < 0.015) during the attention test than the healthy controls. In the memory test they displayed greater execution errors (P < 0.001), minimal time (P < 0.001) and mean time (P < 0.001) whereas, in the perception tests, they displayed a greater mean time (P < 0.009) and maximum time (P < 0.048). Correlations were found between the domains of the functional independence measure and the cognitive abilities assessed. Conclusions: Women with fibromyalgia exhibited a decreased cognitive ability compared to healthy controls, which negatively affected the performance of daily activities, such as upper limb dressing, feeding and personal hygiene. Patients required more time to perform activities

Resumen en inglés

Referencia bibliográfica

Pérez de Heredia-Torres M, Huertas-Hoyas E, Máximo-Bocanegra N, Palacios-Ceña D, Fernández-De-Las-Peñas. Cognitive performance in women with fibromyalgia: A case-control study. Aust Occup Ther J. 2016 Oct;63(5):329-337. doi: 10.1111/1440-1630.12292.