2017
DOI: 10.5935/1414-8145.20170043
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Perspectives of individuals with diabetes on selfcare: contributions for assistance

Abstract: Objective: To know the perspectives of people with type 2 diabetes mellitus on self-care actions. Methods: Qualitative study, carried out in a municipality in the north of Paraná. The data were collected in the months of June and July of 2014, through home interviews and, after that, submitted to content analysis. Results: Some individuals recognize that adopting self-care actions is their responsibility, although these actions are not always put into practice. Others attribute the non-performance of these act… Show more

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“…The most common domain was “environmental context and resources” , where 54 studies (90%) identified at least one barrier or facilitator [ 27 34 , 36 52 , 54 – 69 , 71 , 75 , 79 86 ]. Three different themes were identified: health system context, patient context, and environmental context.…”
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“…The most common domain was “environmental context and resources” , where 54 studies (90%) identified at least one barrier or facilitator [ 27 34 , 36 52 , 54 – 69 , 71 , 75 , 79 86 ]. Three different themes were identified: health system context, patient context, and environmental context.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Four themes on how “social influences” affect diabetes management were identified in 40 studies (66.7%) [ 27 29 , 31 , 32 , 35 , 37 , 39 47 , 49 , 51 – 53 , 57 , 59 – 62 , 64 67 , 70 , 73 77 , 79 , 81 , 83 – 85 ]: lack of and support from family and friends, social gatherings, stigma and peer support. More than half of the studies described that family and friends’ support is a fundamental piece in the management of the disease.…”
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“…Data collection tool for nursing consultation for men's health care, based on Dorothea Orem's Self-Care Theory 5. Self-care deficit ( ) To act, do for others (has a deficit in self-care and needs someone to do it) ( ) To support physically or emotionally (has a deficit in self-care and needs physical and emotional support to perform it) ( ) To provide an environment that promotes personal development (requires the environment to be appropriate) ( ) To teach (does not know how to perform self-care, needs someone to teach it) ( ) To guide (knows how to perform self-care, but needs someone to guide you to improve it) Literature points out that for the content analyzed by health sector tools, whether contemporary and relevant, it is essential for the researcher to insert himself in the target population context, knowing their specialties and needs (21,23) .…”
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confidence: 99%
“…18 Activities that promote self-care Evidence of care in post-liver transplantation Wachholz LF, Knihs NS, Martins SR, Magalhães ALP, Brehmer LCF, Martins MS trigger behavioral and lifestyle changes, consequently improving food intake, physical exercise, use of correct medication and improvement in treatment adherence. 24,25,33,34 Another important finding in category 3 refers to glycemic control due to this metabolic disorder, as it is mainly associated with immunosuppressive therapy, with the involvement of the patient in this care being fundamental. 18 It is highlighted that the deficit in glycemic control can result in hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia conditions.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%