2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1413-81232010000600028 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Percepção de voz e qualidade de vida em idosos professores e não professoresVoice perception and quality of life of elder teachers and non teachers 2 (p=0,02), 4 (p=0,007), 5 (p=0,012) and 9 (p=0,002

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“…When analyzing Figure 4, one may observe that studies on quality of life began being published from 2005 onwards 4 , even in Brazil; approximately one a year, except for 2007 [15][16] and 2010 [18][19][23][24] , when two and four papers, respectively were published. It should be noted that, in Brazil, the first publication of a translated version for Portuguese of this instrument was in the book by Behlau 8 , published in 2001; and the global domain varied from 82.61 to 97.5, thus in agreement with the values suggested in literature (97.1 for healthy voices and 71.6 for dysphonic voices) 10 , considering that the greater part of the studied population is composed of teachers without voice complaints, except for the study by GillivanMurphy 11 , where the studied group were teachers with complaints such as hoarseness and voice loss, and where there is greater impact on quality of life (65.2).…”
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“…In Brazil most part of researches performed with the questionnaires quoted above has focus in the self-assessment specific group results, as for voice professionals' category or diverse pathology carriers [11][12][13][14][15] . In some cases, the data collection meet the subjects, which not necessarily have a voice disturb and/or sought for speech language pathology help 11,12 .…”
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“…However, there are studies in the elderly in whom there was no difference about the age in the scores of V-RQOL protocol 16,24,27 .…”
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“…They are in the maximum vocal efficiency cycle that ranges from 25 to 40 years of age 12 . Only 3 subjects are older than 40, age where structural laryngeal disorders begin to occur, with greater or smaller impact of aging on the voice -considering that aging varies from person to person depending on general health and life history, in addition to constitutional, racial, hereditary, feeding, social, environmental and lifestyle factors 12,13 . The fact that they carry suitcases and luggage while speaking along the way may characterize a laryngeal overload before professional voice use.…”
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“…with the following answer possibilities: vocal fatigue tiredness, hoarseness, complete voice loss, changes in voice quality after speaking or singing, unpleasant sensation when using the voice, painful or stinging throat upon voice use, phlegm, cough, vocal strain when speaking, dry or irritated throat relationship of voice and quality of life; the instrument was translated and adapted by Behlau et al 8 and validated by Gasparini 9 . The V-RQOL was the most widely used instrument with teachers, in studies focusing on the relationships between voice and quality of life [4][5][6][10][11][12][13][14] .…”
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