diabetes self-management

diabetes self-management

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as personal actions to manage diabetes mellitus, its treatment, and prevent disease progression. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Newest feature in MedHelp's comprehensive diabetes management platform simplifies type 2 diabetes self-management through Sugar Sense app
For optimal diabetes self-management, blood glucose measurement is part of a patient's daily routine, but due to sight limitations, many patients need assistance to monitor their blood glucose using traditional meters.
The project aims to contribute to building the evidence base to increase the effectiveness of diabetes self-management education in the EU Member States, as part of a comprehensive diabetes strategy at EU level.
Department of Health & Human Services has awarded a $200,000 grant to Butler Health System and Madison-based Wellbe as part of the Rural Health Care Services Outreach Grant Program to support diabetes self-management using online patient engagement.
However, efforts to better understand diabetes self-management and health care use in men of color have been few in number (Sherman, McKyer, Singer, Larke, & Guidry, 2014; Williams, 2003).
The results indicated significant improvements in diabetes self-management reflected on the reduction of the patients' weight, an increase in their physical activity levels, and thereby better blood sugar control," she added.
Previously published trials have evaluated group- versus individual-based diabetes self-management education, (10-15) and although there have been conflicting results, they have generally shown better outcomes with group classes.
Washington, March 27 ( ANI ): Researchers have showed that patients with good diabetes self-management that is patients with a high self-management index, had a significantly lower mortality risk than patients with a low self-management index.
To accomplish its goal, DDOC partnered with its contracted pharmacy vendor, Correct Rx Pharmacy, to pilot a customized group education strategy for diabetes self-management.
It is essential for persons with diabetes to acquire and practice adequate diabetes self-management skills in order to reduce the risk factors that lead to morbidity and mortality associated with diabetes-related complications.
There are billing codes for group diabetes self-management education, G0109 and G0271.
Educational interventions may be based on didactic and enhanced learning methods which aim to improve diabetes self-management by increasing knowledge.

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