Background:To understand the current situation of health promotion behavior and quality of life of aortic dissection survivors and the correlation between them. Methods: The associations between stanford B aortic dissection survivors’health promotion behavior scores and health status questionnaire (SF-36) scores was determined with pearson correlation coefficients. Associations between health promotion behaviorscores and health status questionnaire (SF-36) scores were analyzed with multivariable regression analysis. Results: 131 stanford B aortic dissection survivors were evaluated with the self-developed aortic dissection patient health promotion behavior scale and health status questionnaire (SF-36) , the score of aortic dissection health promotion behavior (85.05±11.28), The score of quality of life (61.44±18.41) showed that the health promotion behavior of stanford B AD survivors was positively correlated with the quality of life (r=0.403，P＜0.01). Regression analysis showed that age, education, sick time，behavior motivation and exercise entered the regression equation of quality of life (R2=0.464，P＜0.01) . Conclusion:Stanford B AD survivors had a lower quality of life, Medical staff can formulate intervention measures from two aspects of behavioral motivation and exercise to improve the quality of life of ad survivors.
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