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Title: Psychological Well-Being of COVID Positive Patients During Quarantine in a South Indian Private Hospital
Authors: Chakrabarti, S.
Keywords: mental health
psychological well-being
quarantine
pandemic
COVID-19
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2021
Publisher: ХОГОКЗ / KRPOCH Publishing
Citation: Chakrabarti, S. (2021). Psychological well-being of COVID positive patients during quarantine in a South Indian Private Hospital. International Journal of Science Annals, 4(1), 34–41. http://doi.org/10.26697/ijsa.2021.1.5
Series/Report no.: International Journal of Science Annals, 4(1)
Abstract: Background: The Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has led to unparallel hazards to mental health globally. Many countries around the world have introduced quarantine measures. Quarantine has changed not only the plans of most people, but also their way of life. The greatest impact of quarantine is experienced by COVID positive patients who are isolated in a hospital. The aim of the study: to explore psychological well-being of COVID positive patients during quarantine in a private hospital. Materials and Methods: In this study, 100 patients who were COVID positive were requested to fill the Quality of Life Questionnaire. A pre-validated questionnaire was used to assess the depression score amongst COVID positive patients. The analysis of the answers and respondent opinions was conducted using the Pearson method, which produced statistically relevant results. Results: The studied aspects of mental health patients: sleep, appetite, crying spells; happiness and hope for the future; ability to concentrate and focus and getting disturbed easily by trivia; support received from family and friends; overall outlook of life and ability to stay happy in solitude. As a result, qualitative indicators of the patients’ mental health during quarantine in a private hospital were obtained. Conclusions: The data obtained showed that patients managed to stay happy and eat well but they talked less, had disturbed sleep and did not look forward towards a hopeful future. Some were able to shake away the blues with family, friends on Online Media but some got depressed and got crying spells and thought that their life was a failure. The study concluded that patients on quarantine were often depressed. Many patients might benefit if psychological counselling and support are employed during quarantine measures.
URI: http://ekrpoch.culturehealth.org/jspui/handle/lib/443
Other Identifiers: DOI: https://doi.org/10.26697/ijsa.2021.1.5
Appears in Collections:Vol. 4, No.1, 2021

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