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Evaluate the Effectiveness of Various Interventions and their impact on Functional Independence | Original Article

Ali Saad Alsunaidi*, Abdulmajeed Yousef Alehaideb, Abdulrahman Ibrahim Alhussain, Naif Saad Alsayahi, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Background Depending on the cause and the site of anatomical damage, hemorrhage may have a wide variety of clinical presentations. It's a very frequent but potentially life-threatening medical issue that needs prompt attention. The function of the interprofessional team in enhancing treatment for patients with hemorrhage is highlighted in this learning exercise. The research was conducted to learn how informal caregivers' care burden and quality of life were affected by their charges' functional state after a Hemorrhage. Aim The aim of this study is to analyze the effect of task-oriented intervention on the functional independence of people who have had a hemorrhage. Methods The data was evaluated and statistically analyzed using the SPSS 15.0 package application. For counted variables, descriptive statistics were presented as counts and percentages, whereas for measured variables, they were presented as means, standard deviations, medians, and minimums and maximums. Caregiver burden and quality of life were evaluated using the Caregiver Burden Scale (CBS) and the Short-Form Health Survey Quality of Life Scale, while demographic information was gathered using the Patient and Caregiver Information Form. Results The main findings of the research showed that all eight FIM subscales showed improvement, with seven of them showing statistically significant improvement. The only clinical characteristic associated with a statistically significant degree of correlation with functional independence among hemorrhage patients was bleeding duration (p<0.05). Conclusion The caregiver's burden and quality of life are related to the hemorrhage survivors' functional state. As the patients' functional state declined, so did the caregivers' quality of life and the stress of their caregiving responsibilities.