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Nivel de estrés, medido a través de la Escala de Estrés Percibido (EEP-10), y su asociación con la actividad de la enfermedad en pacientes con Artritis Reumatoidea

Autores: Alejandro Martínez Muñoz, Juan M. Bande, Silvia B. Papasidero, Maximiliano Machado Escobar, María S. Yacuzzi, María M. Salazar, Oscar L. Rillo

Stress is a risk factor in the pathogenesis of autoimmune rheumatic diseases. Objective: To evaluate the association between disease activity in patients with RA. Secondary: To evaluate the association of perceived stress levels with other activity indexes (SDAI, CDAI, DAS28 and IAS) as well as with disability, anxiety and depression and quality of life. Material and methods: Patients consecutive, older than 18 years, with diagnosis of RA (ACR 1987 and / or ACR / EULAR 2010) were included. Sociodemographic data, characteristics of the disease, laboratory parameters and current treatment were recorded. The patients completed: SSP-10, HAQ-A, HAD, EQ-5D, RAPID3, VAS Pain and PGA, the physicians calculated DAS28, IAS, CDAI, SDAI and completed PGA. Results: Forty-five patients with an average age of 48 (SD 11) years were included. Rheumatoid factor + 96%, ACPA + 90%. Twenty six percent of the patients had Remission/Low activity (R/LA) by RAPID3 (2.6 ± 2) VS 74% with Moderate / High Activity (MA/HA) (15 ± 4).Comparative analysis between both groups according to perceived stress scale: PSS-10 13±6 (RAPID3 R/LA) Vs PSS-10



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