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Beitragstitel Impact of Treatment Outcome on Quality of Life in Patients with an Eating Disorder
Autoren
  1. Marzio Sabbioni Psychiatrie & Psychotherapie FMH, SAPPM Vortragender
  2. Patrick Figlioli Lindenhof - Lindenhofgruppe
  3. Daniel Horat Lindenhof - Lindenhofgruppe
  4. Anne-Lise Jordi Lindenhof - Lindenhofgruppe
  5. Marcel Fürer Lindenhof - Lindenhofgruppe
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Themengebiete
  • Therapie
Abstract Patients with severe eating disorders are offered a multimodal in-patient/day clinic treatment. We assessed the impact of treatment outcome on Quality of Life.

436 patients with an eating disorder were assessed at the beginning and at the end of treatment with the SF36 and EDI-2. A follow up assessment 6 months after the end of treatment was carried through with the SF36.

48.3% reached a good treatment outcome (Total EDI score at the end of treatment below the 70th percentile). 24.3% got worse. 27.4% of the patients showed an improvement of the Total EDI score, however the score continued to be over the 70th percentile at the end of treatment.

The physical dimension of QOL (PH-DI QOL) at the beginning and a good treatment outcome had a positive impact on the PH-DI QOL at the end of treatment ( p< .0001). The PH-DI QOL at the beginning but not treatment outcome had a positive impact on the PH-DI QOL at follow up ( p = .0001).

The mental dimension of QOL (ME-DI QOL) at the beginning and a good treatment outcome had a positive impact on the ME-DI QOL at the end of treatment ( p<.0001). Treatment outcome only but not the ME- DI QOL at the beginning had a positive impact on the ME-DI QOL at follow up ( p = 0.0011).

48% of the patients with an eating disorder reached a good treatment outcome. The physical and mental dimensions of QOL of life are differentially affected by treatment outcome. Treatment outcome impacts more the mental dimension of QOL than the physical.