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ABO Kan Gruplarının COVID-19 ile Psikolojik ve Fiziksel Aktivite Sonuçları Üzerindeki Etkileri: Kadınlar Üzerinde Karşılaştırmalı Bir Çalışma

Yıl 2023, Cilt: 3 Sayı: 1, 1 - 9, 12.04.2023
https://doi.org/10.58252/artukluder.1217102

Öz

Giriş ve Amaç: Bu araştırma, COVID-19 enfekte olan ve olmayan kadınlarda ABO kan gruplarının COVID-19 ve bunun psikolojik ve fiziksel aktivite sonuçları üzerindeki etkilerini karşılaştırmalı olarak belirlemek amacıyla yapıldı.
Yöntem: Bu kesitsel karşılaştırmalı çalışma, sosyal medya platformlarında (WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger ve Instagram gibi) web tabanlı bir çevrimiçi anket kullanılarak gerçekleştirilmiştir. Örneklem 409 kadını (206 COVID-19(+); 203 COVID-19(-)) içermektedir.
Bulgular: Kan grubu A olan katılımcıların %65'i COVID-19 ile enfekte olurken, kan grubu A olan katılımcıların enfeksiyon riskini 3.929 kat artırdığı görüldü. Tersine, kan grubu O olan katılımcılar %33.6 ile en düşük enfeksiyon oranına ve aynı zamanda en düşük riske sahipti. Rh faktörü dikkate alındığında Rh faktörü (Rh(+)) olan katılımcıların %66'sı COVID-19 ile enfekte olmuş ve Rh(+) enfeksiyon riskini 2.506 kat artırmıştır. COVID-19 ile enfekte olanlar, olmayanlara göre daha fazla psikolojik semptomlara sahipti, burada COVID-19 ile enfekte olanlarda somatizasyonda 1.241 kat ve obsesif-kompulsif semptomlarda 1.354 kat artış vardı. COVID-19 ile enfekte olanlar, olmayanlara göre daha düşük orta düzeyde fiziksel aktivite puanlarına sahipti. Sadece COVID-19 ile enfekte olan katılımcılar arasında, A kan grubuna sahip olanlar arasında psikolojik semptomlar diğerlerine göre daha yaygındı. Enfekte katılımcıların kan gruplarına göre fiziksel aktivite düzeyleri arasında fark yoktu.
Sonuç: Kan grubu A ve Rh(+) olanların COVID-19 enfeksiyon riskini artırdığı, psikolojik semptomların COVID-19 ile enfekte olan ve kan grubu A olan kadınlarda daha yaygın olduğu sonucuna varıldı.

Kaynakça

  • WHO. Mental health and psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19 outbreak. WHO website. Date: 08.08.2022. Available from: https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/mental-health-considerations.pdf?sfvrsn=6d3578af_2
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  • Polat F, Delibaş L. Examining the correlation between COVID-19-related anxiety level and health perception in adults. Anatolian J Health Res. 2022;3(1):14-20.
  • Ellinghaus D, Degenhardt F, Bujanda L, Buti M, Albillos A, Invernizzi P. et al. The ABO blood group locus and a chromosome 3 gene cluster associate with SARS-CoV-2 respiratory failure in an Italian-Spanish genome-wide association analysis. MedRxiv. 2020.
  • Valenti L, Villa S, Baselli G, Temporiti R, Bandera A, Scudeller L. Et al. Association of ABO blood group and secretor phenotype with severe COVID‐19. Transfusion. 2020;1-3.
  • Zhao J, Yang Y, Huang H, Li D, Gu D, Lu X. Et al. Relationship between the ABO blood group and the COVID-19 susceptibility. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 2021;73(2):328-331.
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  • Pisk, S. V., Vuk, T., Ivezić, E., Jukić, I., Bingulac-Popović, J., & Filipčić, I. ABO blood groups and psychiatric disorders: a Croatian study. Blood transfusion. 2019;17(1):66.
  • Rinieris PM, Stefanis CN, Rabavilas AD, et al. Obsessive-compulsive neurosis, anancastic symptomatology and ABO blood types. Acta Psychiatr Scand. 1978;57:377–81.
  • Aflatoonian MR, Meymandi MSh, Divsalar K, et al. Possible association between human blood types and opioid addiction. Am J Addict. 2011;20:581–4.
  • Abakah HSS. Depression and its relation with blood group according differences (Sex) IJAST. 2015;5:175–86.
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  • Franchini M, Mengoli C, Bonfanti C, et al. Genetic determinants of extreme longevity: the role of ABO blood group. Thromb Haemost. 2016;115:458-60.
  • Lippi, G., Gandini, G., Salvagno, G. L., Skafidas, S., Festa, L., Danese, E., ... & Schena, F. Influence of ABO blood group on sports performance. Annals of translational medicine. 2017;5(12).
  • Brühlmann F, Petralito S, Aeschbach LF, Opwis K. The quality of data collected online: An investigation of careless responding in a crowdsourced sample. Methods in Psychology. 2020;2:100022.
  • Yadav A, Sankhla M, Gaur KL, Gupta ID. Association of psycho-wellness with various blood types in young medical students. Int J Res Med Sci. 2016;4:3468-72.
  • Şahin N, Durak A. A study of the brief symptom inventory in Turkish youth. Turk. J Psychol. 1994;9(31):44–56.
  • Öztürk M. Validity and reliability of the international physical activity questionnaire and determination of physical activity levels of students studying at the university. Master thesis. University of Hacettepe. 2005.
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  • Bangham J. Blood groups and human groups: Collecting and calibrating genetic data after World War Two. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 2014;47:74-86.
  • Shangguan F, Quan X, Qian W, Zhou C, Zhang C, Zhang XY. et al. Prevalence and correlates of somatization in anxious individuals in a Chinese online crisis intervention during COVID-19 epidemic. J Affective Disorders. 2020;277:436-442.
  • Huang Y, Wang Y, Zeng L, Yang J, Song X, Rao W. et al. Prevalence and correlation of anxiety, insomnia and somatic symptoms in a Chinese population during the COVID-19 epidemic. Frontiers Psych. 2020;11:894.
  • Pérez-Fuentes MDC, Molero Jurado MDM, Martos Martínez Á, Gázquez Linares JJ. Threat of COVID-19 and emotional state during quarantine: Positive and negative affect as mediators in a cross-sectional study of the Spanish population. PloS one. 2020;15(6):e0235305.
  • Lopes B, Bortolon C, Jaspal R. Paranoia, hallucinations and compulsive buying during the early phase of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United Kingdom: A preliminary experimental study. Psychiatry Res. 2020;293:113455.
  • Barazzoni R, Bischoff SC, Breda J, Wickramasinghe K, Krznaric Z, Nitzan D. et al. ESPEN expert statements and practical guidance for nutritional management of individuals with SARS-CoV-2 infection. Clin Nutr. 2020;39:1631-1638.
  • Barazzoni R, Bischoff SC, Breda J, Wickramasinghe K, Krznaric Z, Nitzan D. et al. ESPEN expert statements and practical guidance for nutritional management of individuals with SARS-CoV-2 infection. Clin Nutr. 2020;39:1631-1638.
  • Irvine DG, Miyashita H. Blood types in relation to depressions and schizophrenia: A preliminary report. Canadian Med Association J. 1965;92(11):551.
  • Alataş M. Relationships between blood groups and stress levels. Inter J Innovative Engineering Applications. 2018;2(2):50-52.

Effects of ABO Blood Groups on Psychological and Physical Activity Outcomes with COVID-19: A Comparative Study on Women

Yıl 2023, Cilt: 3 Sayı: 1, 1 - 9, 12.04.2023
https://doi.org/10.58252/artukluder.1217102

Öz

Background and Aim: This study compared the effects of ABO blood groups on COVID-19 and its psychological and physical activity outcomes in infected and non-infected women.
Methods: This cross-sectional comparative study was conducted using a web-based online survey on social media platforms (such as WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram). The sample included 409 women (206 COVID-19(+); 203 COVID-19(-)).
Results: While that 65% of the participants with the blood group A were infected with COVID-19, having the blood group A increased the risk of infection 3.929 times. Conversely, the participants with the blood group O had the lowest rate of infection at 33.6% as well as the lowest risk. Considering the Rh factor, 66% of the participants with the Rh factor (Rh(+)) were infected with COVID-19, and Rh(+) increased the risk of infection 2.506 times. Those infected with COVID-19 had more psychological symptoms than those who were not, where those infected with COVID-19 had a 1.241-fold increase in somatization and a 1.354-fold increase in obsessive-compulsive symptoms. Those infected with COVID-19 had lower moderate physical activity scores than those who were not. Among only the COVID-19-infected participants, psychological symptoms were more prevalent among those with the blood group A than others. There was no difference between the physical activity levels of the infected participants according to their blood groups.
Conclusions: It was concluded that the blood group A and Rh(+) increased the risk of COVID-19 infection, and psychological symptoms were more prevalent among women infected with COVID-19 and having the blood group A.

Kaynakça

  • WHO. Mental health and psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19 outbreak. WHO website. Date: 08.08.2022. Available from: https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/mental-health-considerations.pdf?sfvrsn=6d3578af_2
  • Zietz M, Zucker J, Tatonetti. Associations between blood type and COVID-19 infection, intubation, and death. Nature Communications. 2020;11(1):1-6.
  • Polat F, Delibaş L. Examining the correlation between COVID-19-related anxiety level and health perception in adults. Anatolian J Health Res. 2022;3(1):14-20.
  • Ellinghaus D, Degenhardt F, Bujanda L, Buti M, Albillos A, Invernizzi P. et al. The ABO blood group locus and a chromosome 3 gene cluster associate with SARS-CoV-2 respiratory failure in an Italian-Spanish genome-wide association analysis. MedRxiv. 2020.
  • Valenti L, Villa S, Baselli G, Temporiti R, Bandera A, Scudeller L. Et al. Association of ABO blood group and secretor phenotype with severe COVID‐19. Transfusion. 2020;1-3.
  • Zhao J, Yang Y, Huang H, Li D, Gu D, Lu X. Et al. Relationship between the ABO blood group and the COVID-19 susceptibility. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 2021;73(2):328-331.
  • Anastassopoulou C, Gkizarioti Z, Patrinos GP, Tsakris A. Human genetic factors associated with susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2 infection and COVID-19 disease severity. Human Genomics 2020;14(1):1-8.
  • Venkatesh A, Edirappuli S. Social distancing in covid-19: What are the mental health implications? BMJ. 2020;369.
  • Li X, Dai T, Wang H, Shi J, Yuan W, Li J. et al. Clinical analysis of suspected novel coronavirus pneumonia patients with anxiety and depression. J Zhejiang University (Medical Science) 2020:49(1).
  • Bruine de Bruin, W. Age differences in COVID-19 risk perceptions and mental health: Evidence from a national US survey conducted in March 2020. J Gerontology: Series B. 2021;76(2):e24-e29.
  • Jakovljevic M, Bjedov S, Jaksic N, Jakovljevic I. COVID-19 pandemia and public and global mental health from the perspective of global health security. Psychiatria Danubina. 2020;32(1):6-14.
  • Pisk, S. V., Vuk, T., Ivezić, E., Jukić, I., Bingulac-Popović, J., & Filipčić, I. ABO blood groups and psychiatric disorders: a Croatian study. Blood transfusion. 2019;17(1):66.
  • Rinieris PM, Stefanis CN, Rabavilas AD, et al. Obsessive-compulsive neurosis, anancastic symptomatology and ABO blood types. Acta Psychiatr Scand. 1978;57:377–81.
  • Aflatoonian MR, Meymandi MSh, Divsalar K, et al. Possible association between human blood types and opioid addiction. Am J Addict. 2011;20:581–4.
  • Abakah HSS. Depression and its relation with blood group according differences (Sex) IJAST. 2015;5:175–86.
  • Mazza MG, De Lorenzo R, Conte C, Poletti S, Vai B, Bollettini I. et al. Anxiety and depression in COVID-19 survivors: Role of inflammatory and clinical predictors. Brain, Behavior and Immunity. 2020;89:594-600.
  • Kirby T. COVID-19 survivor experiencing long-term symptoms. The Lancet Respiratory Medicine. 2021;9(6):570-572.
  • Maugeri G, Castrogiovanni P, Battaglia G, Pippi R, D'Agata V, Palma A. et al. The impact of physical activity on psychological health during Covid-19 pandemic in Italy. Heliyon. 2020;6(6):e04315.
  • Franchini M, Mengoli C, Bonfanti C, et al. Genetic determinants of extreme longevity: the role of ABO blood group. Thromb Haemost. 2016;115:458-60.
  • Lippi, G., Gandini, G., Salvagno, G. L., Skafidas, S., Festa, L., Danese, E., ... & Schena, F. Influence of ABO blood group on sports performance. Annals of translational medicine. 2017;5(12).
  • Brühlmann F, Petralito S, Aeschbach LF, Opwis K. The quality of data collected online: An investigation of careless responding in a crowdsourced sample. Methods in Psychology. 2020;2:100022.
  • Yadav A, Sankhla M, Gaur KL, Gupta ID. Association of psycho-wellness with various blood types in young medical students. Int J Res Med Sci. 2016;4:3468-72.
  • Şahin N, Durak A. A study of the brief symptom inventory in Turkish youth. Turk. J Psychol. 1994;9(31):44–56.
  • Öztürk M. Validity and reliability of the international physical activity questionnaire and determination of physical activity levels of students studying at the university. Master thesis. University of Hacettepe. 2005.
  • Deleers M, Breiman A, Daubie V, Maggetto C, Barreau I, Besse T. et al. Covid-19 and blood groups: ABO antibody levels may also matter. International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 2021;104:242-249.
  • Bangham J. Blood groups and human groups: Collecting and calibrating genetic data after World War Two. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 2014;47:74-86.
  • Shangguan F, Quan X, Qian W, Zhou C, Zhang C, Zhang XY. et al. Prevalence and correlates of somatization in anxious individuals in a Chinese online crisis intervention during COVID-19 epidemic. J Affective Disorders. 2020;277:436-442.
  • Huang Y, Wang Y, Zeng L, Yang J, Song X, Rao W. et al. Prevalence and correlation of anxiety, insomnia and somatic symptoms in a Chinese population during the COVID-19 epidemic. Frontiers Psych. 2020;11:894.
  • Pérez-Fuentes MDC, Molero Jurado MDM, Martos Martínez Á, Gázquez Linares JJ. Threat of COVID-19 and emotional state during quarantine: Positive and negative affect as mediators in a cross-sectional study of the Spanish population. PloS one. 2020;15(6):e0235305.
  • Lopes B, Bortolon C, Jaspal R. Paranoia, hallucinations and compulsive buying during the early phase of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United Kingdom: A preliminary experimental study. Psychiatry Res. 2020;293:113455.
  • Barazzoni R, Bischoff SC, Breda J, Wickramasinghe K, Krznaric Z, Nitzan D. et al. ESPEN expert statements and practical guidance for nutritional management of individuals with SARS-CoV-2 infection. Clin Nutr. 2020;39:1631-1638.
  • Barazzoni R, Bischoff SC, Breda J, Wickramasinghe K, Krznaric Z, Nitzan D. et al. ESPEN expert statements and practical guidance for nutritional management of individuals with SARS-CoV-2 infection. Clin Nutr. 2020;39:1631-1638.
  • Irvine DG, Miyashita H. Blood types in relation to depressions and schizophrenia: A preliminary report. Canadian Med Association J. 1965;92(11):551.
  • Alataş M. Relationships between blood groups and stress levels. Inter J Innovative Engineering Applications. 2018;2(2):50-52.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Klinik Tıp Bilimleri
Bölüm Araştırma Makaleleri
Yazarlar

Esra KARATAŞ OKYAY 0000-0002-6443-8277

Esra SABANCI BARANSEL 0000-0001-6348-2084

Tuba UÇAR 0000-0002-4450-6826

Esra GÜNEY 0000-0002-9679-9325

Sidika Özlem CENGİZHAN 0000-0002-6546-4282

Yayımlanma Tarihi 12 Nisan 2023
Gönderilme Tarihi 10 Aralık 2022
Yayımlandığı Sayı Yıl 2023 Cilt: 3 Sayı: 1

Kaynak Göster

APA KARATAŞ OKYAY, E., SABANCI BARANSEL, E., UÇAR, T., GÜNEY, E., vd. (2023). Effects of ABO Blood Groups on Psychological and Physical Activity Outcomes with COVID-19: A Comparative Study on Women. Artuklu International Journal of Health Sciences, 3(1), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.58252/artukluder.1217102
AMA KARATAŞ OKYAY E, SABANCI BARANSEL E, UÇAR T, GÜNEY E, CENGİZHAN SÖ. Effects of ABO Blood Groups on Psychological and Physical Activity Outcomes with COVID-19: A Comparative Study on Women. Artuklu International Journal of Health Sciences. Nisan 2023;3(1):1-9. doi:10.58252/artukluder.1217102
Chicago KARATAŞ OKYAY, Esra, Esra SABANCI BARANSEL, Tuba UÇAR, Esra GÜNEY, ve Sidika Özlem CENGİZHAN. “Effects of ABO Blood Groups on Psychological and Physical Activity Outcomes With COVID-19: A Comparative Study on Women”. Artuklu International Journal of Health Sciences 3, sy. 1 (Nisan 2023): 1-9. https://doi.org/10.58252/artukluder.1217102.
EndNote KARATAŞ OKYAY E, SABANCI BARANSEL E, UÇAR T, GÜNEY E, CENGİZHAN SÖ (01 Nisan 2023) Effects of ABO Blood Groups on Psychological and Physical Activity Outcomes with COVID-19: A Comparative Study on Women. Artuklu International Journal of Health Sciences 3 1 1–9.
IEEE E. KARATAŞ OKYAY, E. SABANCI BARANSEL, T. UÇAR, E. GÜNEY, ve S. Ö. CENGİZHAN, “Effects of ABO Blood Groups on Psychological and Physical Activity Outcomes with COVID-19: A Comparative Study on Women”, Artuklu International Journal of Health Sciences, c. 3, sy. 1, ss. 1–9, 2023, doi: 10.58252/artukluder.1217102.
ISNAD KARATAŞ OKYAY, Esra vd. “Effects of ABO Blood Groups on Psychological and Physical Activity Outcomes With COVID-19: A Comparative Study on Women”. Artuklu International Journal of Health Sciences 3/1 (Nisan 2023), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.58252/artukluder.1217102.
JAMA KARATAŞ OKYAY E, SABANCI BARANSEL E, UÇAR T, GÜNEY E, CENGİZHAN SÖ. Effects of ABO Blood Groups on Psychological and Physical Activity Outcomes with COVID-19: A Comparative Study on Women. Artuklu International Journal of Health Sciences. 2023;3:1–9.
MLA KARATAŞ OKYAY, Esra vd. “Effects of ABO Blood Groups on Psychological and Physical Activity Outcomes With COVID-19: A Comparative Study on Women”. Artuklu International Journal of Health Sciences, c. 3, sy. 1, 2023, ss. 1-9, doi:10.58252/artukluder.1217102.
Vancouver KARATAŞ OKYAY E, SABANCI BARANSEL E, UÇAR T, GÜNEY E, CENGİZHAN SÖ. Effects of ABO Blood Groups on Psychological and Physical Activity Outcomes with COVID-19: A Comparative Study on Women. Artuklu International Journal of Health Sciences. 2023;3(1):1-9.

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