Investigation on the Debility of Diabetes Patients in Community and Research on Nursing of Traditional Chinese Medicine
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Objective: to Investigate the Occurrence of Debilitation in Elderly Diabetic Patients and Analyze Its Influencing Factors, So as to Provide Theoretical Basis for Clinical Nursing Intervention. Methods: Using Convenience Sampling Method, 200 Elderly Diabetic Patients in the Community Were Selected as the Research Object, and the Changes of Blood Sugar Level, Self-Efficacy and Coping Style Before and after Traditional Chinese Medicine Nursing Were Compared between the Two Groups. Results: after Nursing, Fasting Blood Glucose, 2h Postprandial Blood Glucose and Glycosylated Hemoglobin in the Two Groups Were Lower Than Before Nursing. the Scores of Diet, Foot Management, Medical Control and Exercise in Both Groups Were Higher Than Before Nursing. the Face Scores of the Two Groups Were Higher Than Before Nursing, and the Avoidance and Yield Scores Were Lower Than Before Nursing. Conclusion: the Incidence of Debilitation in Elderly Patients with Diabetes is High, and It Includes Some Degree of Physical, Psychological and Social Debilitation. Medical Staff Should Attach Great Importance to the Evaluation of the Debilitation of the Population, Take Timely Targeted Chinese Medicine Nursing Measures to Prevent or Slow Down the Occurrence and Development of the Debilitation of Elderly Diabetes Patients.
Diabetes Mellitus; Chinese Medicine Nursing; Weak