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Harsukh Educational Charitable Society International Journal of Community Health and Medical Research

Volume 6 Issue 2 (April - June), 2020

Original Articles

A COMMUNITY BASED CROSSECTIONAL STUDY FOR EVALUATION OF HEALTH RELATING QOL IN TYPE 2 DIABTES PATIENTS IN RURAL AREA OF HISTORICAL CAPITAL OF MADHYA PRADESH
Dr Aditi Sengar, Dr Rohit Pratap Singh Tomar

Diabetes is the undeniably developing metabolic danger of our contemporary time. World Health association (WHO) perceives diabetes as one of the most significant reason for preventable mortality and morbidity among non-transmittable ailments worldwide, impacting Quality of life patient. Diabetes is a significant reason for retinopathy, neuropathy, nephropathy, coronary artery ailments, stroke and lower appendage amputation affecting patientís physical, social, emotional, financial aspects of life.This cross-sectional examination was led in the rural regions of Gwalior area; Door to entryway visit was finished with the Community Health volunteers (CHVs) to identify diabetic patients. During the examination time frame, 460 patients were enrolled with Type II diabetes dependent on the accompanying incorporation and prohibition measures. They chose patients were regulated with the MDQoL-17 poll and recorded the demographics data in the data collection structure subsequent to acquiring their consent. Examination of fluctuation (ANOVA) test was utilized to dissect the connection between independent factors and spaces of personal satisfaction.Among the 460 diabetic patients enlisted, the majority of them were male, and majority had a past filled with diabetes for more than Decade has low Qol score. The majority of the patients had a moderate QOL score somewhere in the range of 50 and70. There is urgent need to focus on preventive strategies like screening programmes, IEC activities by opening NCD clinics at accessible and approachable level. Routine assessment of QOL as part of clinical practice .Supporting Tele-medicine interventions to limit complications and improve QOL of our people. To make better tomorrow.

 
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