THE PREVALENCE AND RELATED CHARACTERISTICS OF TYPE-2 DIABETES MELLITUS INADEQUATE CONCENTRATION DURING TREATMENT

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Atta Muhammad Khan
Ziaullah Khan
Anila Basit
Mazhar Ali Khan
Amjad Ali

Keywords

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Inadequate Treatment, Consequences, Causes, Care

Abstract

Objective: This study aims to shed light on the causes and consequences of insufficient treatment for type 2 diabetes.


Study Design: A cross-sectional study.


Place and Duration of the Study: Department of Medicine, MTI, LRH Peshawar, Pakistan, from 05 july 2022, to sep 05, 2022.


Methods: There were ninety-nine individuals with type 2 diabetes. The age range of the cases ranged from 18 to 75 years. Before collecting their demographic information, all participants were asked to give informed written consent. Additional information includes factors such as pre-existing conditions, weight, age, and smoking habits. Lifestyle management, vaccination, pharmaceutical therapy, laboratory assessment, and physical examination are the five areas that determine subpar care. We utilized SPSS 25.0 for the analysis of all data.


Results: Out of the total cases, 45 (50.2%) were males and 45 (44.8%) were females. The average age of the patients was 44.11±04.56 years, with an average BMI of 22.10±05.72 kg/m02. A significant number of cases, 38 (42.4%), were associated with individuals of low socio-economic status. Out of the total cases, 23 (26.4%) were smokers and 38 (43.4%) had HTN. The frequency of insufficient lifestyle management was 22 (22.4%), while inadequate immunization was reported in 30 cases (36.2%). In terms of pharmacological therapy, 40 cases (42.6%) were found to be inadequate. Additionally, 36 cases (39.2%) had insufficient physical examinations, and inadequate laboratory tests were identified in 24 cases (25.4%). 67% of cases revealed a significant lack of proper care.


Conclusion: Treatment of type 2 diabetes is riddled with widespread issues stemming from insufficient care. It was revealed that a significant majority of individuals encountered some level of inadequate care among the available options. Various factors, including systematic, medical professional, and individual variables, were found to contribute to below-average care delivery.

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