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Then, the Persian version was reviewed by an expert with PhD degree in English Literature, a nurse with PhD degree, and an instructor specializing in English for medical sciences. The participants with past treatment of retinopathy, such as laser photocoagulation and vitreous surgery, were also categorized to the group with diabetic retinopathy.
Another explanation for the low adherence to therapeutic regimen by [ 39 ] elucidate that psychosocial factors, such as locus of control, are helpful in explaining non-adherence in medication regimens. Among patients with diabetes, although convincing mechanisms still remain unclear, it was reported that elevated stress and depressive symptoms were risk factors of ischemic heart disease and stroke 3.
As such his results showed that pregnant women with preeclampsia are more likely than normotensive pregnancy to believe that the health of their unborn baby is a function of powerful others, namely the health care providers.
Psychother Psychosom in press Google Scholar Separate regression equations were calculated for child and parent reports of adherence Table II. Mean HbA1c was 8. The presence of hypertension and dyslipidemia was diagnosed by the primary doctors based on the criteria of the Japanese Society of Hypertension 14 and the Japan Atherosclerosis Society Additionally, psychosocial factors may be relevant to the risk of cardiovascular complications in people with diabetes pathway 3.
N Engl J Med. Notoatmodjo, S. Psychosocial Factors and Cardiovascular Complications in People with Diabetes The research detailed in previous sections had primarily focused on pathway 2 outlined in Fig. However, findings from other prospective studies with both male and female participants have been equivocal.
Four aspects of the IDDM regimen were studied: Job strain, which is the combination of high job demands and low control at work, is a widely studied work stress construct [ 52 ]. Considerably less research has investigated the behavioral pathways linking other psychosocial factors and diabetes.
For example, positive parental emotional support e. The subgroup meta-analyses across the three different types of adverse psychosocial factors found that low social support was more strongly associated with poorer diabetes control than were stressful events and stress-prone personality or coping style.
Early Life Adversity Early life adversity has not been widely investigated as a risk factor for future diabetes onset, though it appears to be a significant issue for health-related processes such as telomere length and inflammation in adult life [ 6061 ].
The results showed that as many as On the contrary[ 29 ] explicit that Internally-oriented patients are more likely to engage in positive health behaviors and engage in preventive health care activities generally have good health, cope adequately with illness, and had good adherence to a medical regimen prescribed.Relationship between adherence to diet, the prescribed diet is a contributing factor to of added sence of psychosocial evaluation were.
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