INTERVENCIÓN DE ENFERMERÍA EN EL AUTOCUIDADO CON APOYO EDUCATIVO EN PERSONAS CON DIABETES MELLITUS TIPO 2
Avila Alpirez, Hermelinda*; Meza Guevara, Susana**; FríasReyna; Barbarita***; Sánchez Andrade; Ernestina****; Vega Alanís; Carmen*****; Hernández Saldivar, Mª Antonia****** *Profesora de Carrera “G” y Coordinadora de Seguimiento del Egresado ** Profesora deCarrera “G” y Coordinadora del Programa de Nutrición *** Profesora de Carrera “G” y Coordinadora de Servicio Social **** Profesora de Carrera “G” y Coordinadora de Tutorias ***** Profesora de Carrera“G” y Coordinadora de Difusión ****** Profesora de Carrera “G” y Coordinadora de Planeación Unidad Académica Multidisciplinaria Matamoros de la Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas (UAMM-UAT)
0.7086. Twomeasurements were made: one prior to the nursing intervention, the second after implementing an educational support program lasting 8 hours (2 hours per day). Measurements were made using the“paired-sample t test” to determine the difference between pre and post –test. Results: The average age was 50 to 59 years old, and the distribution by sex was predominantly female, 75%. With respect tomarital status, 75% of the individuals were married. Using a “pairedsample t test” it was observed that a significant difference exists. Pre-test and post-test results show the statistical significance ofnursing interventions on the capacity of self care after receiving educational support, t3.579.p.002. Discussion: Statistical significance was observed in the second measurement after nursinginterventions were implemented and post-test conducted. This agrees with authors Gayosso, Oller and Agramone, and Otero who reported an increase in post test results.
NURSING INTERVENTION WITHIN SELFCAREWITH THE EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT TO PEOPLE WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS SUMMARY Introduction: The purpose of this study was to determine how nursing interventions influence self-care of individuals...