Effect of Goal-oriented patient Centric Health Care Professional Intervention on Blood Glucose Control In type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and level of Patient Satisfaction

Mohammed Abidullah, Sarepally Godvine, Swetcha Seethamsetty, Geetika Gorrepati, Pradeep Koppolu, Valishetty Anuhya, Sana Vakeel

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Abstract

The risk of complications, and thus the quality of life, for elderly diabetic patients is greatly affected by inadequate blood glucose control. Examining how Type 2 diabetic patients(T2DM)' complication rates and overall satisfaction with health care professional care change in response to a goal-oriented patient centric health care professional intervention. One hundred people were analysed in this study. Patients were randomly assigned to Category A (n=50) and Category B (n=50), following the random control method. Category A patients (n=50) received standard care, while Category B patients (n=50) received the goal-oriented patient centric health care professional intervention for their (T2DM). Both Categories were evaluated for their health care professional impact and health care professional satisfaction after a period of 12 weeks and compared. These three variables: blood glucose, blood pressure (DBP, mmHg) and low-density lipoprotein (Bad) Cholesterol Level (LDL-C levels)are all risk factors for problems in individuals suffering with T2DM. This improvement effect was statistically significant when compared to that seen in Category A. Both groups' self-management scores improved after the intervention compared to their baseline levels; however, the experimental group's scores improved much more than those of the Category A group. Furthermore, patients in the Category B group were more likely to adhere to their treatment protocol and the incidence of complications was lower in the Category B group compared to the Category A group (p<0.05). In addition, Category B had a higher average health care professional satisfaction along with good quality of life in comparison to Category A.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)211-217
Number of pages7
JournalGeorgian Medical News: monthly scientific bulletin
Volume345
Issue number12
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2023

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