Dr Muhammad Shakir Ashraf, Dr. Fatima Arshad, Dr Muhammad Furqan Hashmi
Objective: The aim of our study was to examine the association of death anxiety, stress on quality of life and psychological stress between liver and renal transplant patients. Study Design: A descriptive study. Place and Duration: This study was conducted at Holy Family hospital Rawalpindi for the duration of six months starting from March, 2020 to September, 2020. Methodology: In our present study 300 patients receiving liver and kidney transplantation were diagnosed on the quality of death anxiety scale, life scale and depression. According to gender distribution the number of females were 31.3% and the number of males were 68.7%. SPSS v. 20 were used to find the results of various statistical analyzes such as linear regression, Pearson correlation, independent sample t-test and ANOVA. Results: According to our study the results show that stress had a significant relationship with death anxiety (0.31) and negative association was found with quality of life (-0.29). Quality of life is significantly predicted for depression (13%) and death anxiety (25%). The results explained quality of life (32%). Mediation with death anxiety were found incomplete. At the end of our study the results show that in liver and renal recipient patients the quality of life and death anxiety significantly different. In different age group stress level were also different between patients. Conclusion: At the end of our study, we conclude that the quality of life between liver and renal transplant recipients were deeply affected with stress and death anxiety. Keywords: Psychological Stress, Renal Transplant, Quality of Life, Recipient, Death Anxiety, Liver.