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The functional status and physical condition of seniors in a catholic institution in brazzaville

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IBATA Anatole, EWAMELA Aristide, ENTSIRO François, IP-BIVH and MBEMBA François
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Objectives: This article was produced with the dual aim of determining the functional status and evaluating the physical condition of seniors (PCS), the Little Sister of the Poor House (LSPH). Methods: the study focused on pepeole of both sexes combined residing in the Little Sister of the Poor House and having signed the informed consent form, namely 21 men and 33 women, or a total 54 subjects for the first part of our study. They were all submitted, (to the senior’s fitness test developed by Rikli andal, 2001)[1]as part of this study, the statistical processing of the data was carried out using SPSS version 22software (IBM, United states). For the calculation of the maximums, minimums averages and standard deviations we have opted for descriptive statistics. Regarding the comparison of means, after checking for homogeneity and normality, non-parametric statistical tests were retained. However, multiple comparisons between different age groups were made using the Kruskal Wallis test. [2]. Results: It emerges from this work that the subjects of this age group presented the minimum values of 150cm and the maximum value of 167cm with regard to size with an average of 150.50 ± 8.75 cm. As for the weight of the subjects of this age group, the minimum value presented is 49kg and the maximum value is 58kg i.e. 51.75 ± 4.19kg their body mass index was 18kg.m-2 while the maximum value of this data was 22.22kg.m-2 for an average of 21.50 ± 0.72 kg.m-2. It should be noted that the values of the series were homogeneous insofar as they are around the mean with CV <10%.CONCLUSION. This study made it possible to determine the functional status and assess the physical condition of the seniors. The results obtained showed that there is no autonomous man among the residents of the Little Sister of the Poor House (LSPH). In sum, these results indicate that no significant difference appeared between the sizes of subjects of different age groups. However, the weight and BMI IMCof independent seniors in the 70-74 age group were significantly higher compared to their colleagues in other age groups.

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