A community model for care of elderly people with diabetes via telemedicine
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AbstractA primary care group diabetes care program using telemedicine was developed and its feasibility and acceptability were tested in 22 subjects with Type 2 diabetes mellitus using a one-group, pretest-posttest quasi-experimental design. Compliance with the program was 100%. Significant reductions in total calorie intake as well as body mass index were achieved, with an increase in the percentage of subjects achieving better diabetes control as measured by the 2-hr hemastix. Improvements in diabetes knowledge and disease-specific and generic measures of quality of life were also observed. Most subjects evaluated this mode of service delivery favorably in the questionnaire and focus group discussions. There is potential for the integration of this mode of service delivery into current health services. (c) 2005 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
All Author(s) ListChan WM, Woo J, Hui E, Lau WWY, Lai JCK, Lee D
Journal nameApplied Nursing Research
Year2005
Month5
Day1
Volume Number18
Issue Number2
PublisherW B SAUNDERS CO
ISSN0897-1897
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Web of Science Subject CategoriesNursing; NURSING, SCI; NURSING, SSCI

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