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Comparison of Sleep Quality before and after Chemotherapy in Locally Advanced Nonsmall Cell Lung Cancer Patients: A Prospective Study

Table 8

Quality of life assessment and its correlation to sleep quality.

AuthorQuestionnaireType of cancerConclusion

Kerner et al. [36]QLQ-C30 and ESASBreast or endometrium cancerEnhancement of quality of life after CIM
Fortmann et al. [37]HRQOLAll types of cancer/teenager patientsCorrelation between quality of life, asthenia, and insomnia
Beck et al. [34]MOS PCS et MOS MCSBreast/stage I to IIIACorrelation between quality of life, physical, and mental health
Trudel-Fitzgerald et al. [38]Multidimensional fatigue inventoryResected cancers of all typesAdjuvant treatment is correlated with more depression, anxiety, insomnia, asthenia, and pain
Armbruster et al. [39]SF36Endometrium/early stagesCorrelation between mental health and sleep quality
Inhestern et al. [32]SF8 et FAD-GFAll cancer types survivorsSeveral items (social and familial support) are correlated to anxiety and depression
Our studyQLQ-C30 and PSQILung/advanced stagesSeveral quality of life items (nausea, insomnia, physical performance) worsened after chemotherapy

CIM: Complementary integrative medicine ESAS: Edmonton Symptom Assessment Scale; FAD-GF: general functioning scale of the Family Assessment Device; HR-QOL: Health related-Quality of life; MOS MCS: Medical Outcomes Study Mental Component Score; MOS PCS: Medical Outcomes Study Physical Component Score; SF36: Short form.

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