Interpretación de los cuestionarios de salud SF-36 y SF-12 en España: componentes físico y mental

@article{Vilagut2008InterpretacinDL,
  title={Interpretaci{\'o}n de los cuestionarios de salud SF-36 y SF-12 en Espa{\~n}a: componentes f{\'i}sico y mental},
  author={Gemma Vilagut and Jos{\'e} M Valderas and Montserrat Bosch Ferrer and Olatz Garin and Esther L{\'o}pez-Garc{\'i}a and Jordi Mart{\'i}n Alonso},
  journal={Medicina Clinica},
  year={2008},
  volume={130},
  pages={726-735}
}
Fundamento y objetivo El SF-36 es uno de los cuestionarios de calidad de vida mas evaluados y utilizados. [] Key Method Material y metodo Se han utilizado muestras representativas de la poblacion espanola procedentes de 2 estudios transversales: «Encuesta domiciliaria sobre uso de drogas» (n = 9.151) e «Hipertension arterial y otros factores de riesgo en ancianos» (n = 3.004).

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