Post-COVID-19, Type 1 Diabetes Patients Will Stick With Telemedicine Post-COVID-19, Type 1 Diabetes Patients Will Stick With Telemedicine
Survey finds patients with type 1 diabetes generally view pandemic-imposed telemedicine visits favorably, regardless of age and education level.Medscape Medical News
MONDAY, Oct. 5, 2020 -- When the COVID-19 pandemic began, many doctors started providing care via telemedicine. Now, a new survey of people with type 1 diabetes suggests many like remote care and hope it continues in the future. Among the survey...
The recent Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the treatment process through IT / technological supports, useful in the management of chronic patients such as those affected by type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM). Specific routes for fragile patients such as those with micro-infusers have been created thanks to the application of “Diabetes Technology,” which allows patients to monitor blood glucose quickly and easily. The present pilot study aimed to assess the quality of care provided to patients with micro-infusers in a delicate phase such as a pandemic lockdown.
Conditions: Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus; Covid19 Intervention: Other: Online Survey Sponsor: Gazi University Recruiting
AbstractBackgroundStrict isolation measures and interrupted health care services during the COVID 19 pandemic are contemplated to instigate stress universally, particularly in those with chronic illnesses such as type 1 diabetes (T1D).MethodsA cross-sectional, observational study was done to assess determinants of stress and its impact on glycemic control in adolescents and young adults (aged 12 –24 years) living with T1D in India. An online, semi-structured survey including Perceived Stress Scale (PSS-10) was distributed and results were analyzed.ResultsA total of 89 participants (46 males, mean age 19.61 &thin...
ConclusionsChildren and adolescents having T1DM require special care and attention during this period of COVID-19 pandemic because of various challenges as discussed. Our proposed solutions may help them overcome these problems and help them in better diabetes management during such emergency situations.
This study aims at evaluating the metrics of glycemic control in people with type 1 diabetes using the hybrid closed loop (HCL) system during the COVID-19 lockdown.
AbstractFasting in the Islamic month of Ramadan is obligatory for all sane, healthy adult Muslims. The length of the day varies significantly in temperate regions —typically lasting ≥ 18 h during peak summer in the UK. The synodic nature of the Islamic calendar means that Ramadan migrates across all four seasons over an approximately 33-year cycle. Despite valid exemptions, there is an intense desire to fast during this month, even among those who are considered to be at high risk, including many individuals with diabetes mellitus. In this review we explore the current scientific and clin...
Conditions: Type 1 Diabetes; Covid19 Intervention: Sponsor: Ain Shams University Completed