The presence of anemia of university leveling students from dysfunctional families
An exploratory, descriptive, correlational and explanatory field and documentary study was conducted in UTM leveling students aged 15 to 19 years with anemia at which was determined the level of family dysfunction by means of a test that measures the adaptation, participation, gain, affection and resources (APGAR), an instrument that shows how family members perceive the level of functioning of the family unit in a global way , this is called APGAR family, with the purpose of assessing family dysfunction in leveling students from 15 to 19 years who have anemia as a result of titling work, the determination of crises and the existence of levels of knowledge that would allow the adoption of an adequate management of situations generated by this. We investigated the population of leveling students who present anemia through the clinical history of the late adolescent or adult, which coincide with levels of hemoglobin lower than the normal standards according to sex and age and a family APGAR test to assess the systemic functionality of the family.
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