Psychological and biochemical Impact of Covid-19 pandemic on health workers in Siirt, Turkey
Naci Omer Alayunt, Osman Ozudogru, Ergul Cakan
he aim of this study was to analyze the anxiety level of health care workers at the forefront of the fight against Covid-19 and to determine the prevalence of psychiatric symptoms of factors contributing to psychological stress and to identify risks and preservatives. To determine the anxiety levels of healthcare workers and the factors that contribute to psychological stress in the fight against Covid-19. After receiving ethical and legal permissions Necessary Siirt, a total of 150 people working in training and Research Hospital Covid-19 pandemic pandemic 50 to 100 active employee in the service of medical personnel and medical personnel outside the service running status among sociodemographic trait anxiety (Beck anxiety scale and the impact of Event Scale), a survey study was conducted with the questions the reasons. In this study, the effect scores of events in the pandemic service were found to be different at p<0.001 level compared to non-pandemic. At the same time, anxiety scores in the pandemic service were found to be different at the level of p<0.001 compared to non-pandemic. It was consistent with previous studies on the biochemical findings of healthcare workers who contracted Covid-19. In this context, administrators’ attentive behavior towards psychological, psychological and psycho-social needs, stabilization of anxiety, and programs that teach relaxation techniques can help healthcare professionals develop self-help skills during periods of increased stress.
Key words: Anxiety, biochemistry, Covid-19, health workers, pandemic, psychiatry