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Title: Blackwell Publishing Ltd Original Article: Organisation and Delivery of Care Implementation of a systematic approach to diabetes in primary care in Bahia, Brazil improves metabolic outcomes: PRODIBA—Programa de Interiorização da Assistência ao Diabetes na Bahia (Project for Dissemination of Diabetes Care in the State of Bahia)
Authors: Fonseca, Reine Marie Chaves
Lobo, Roberta A. Lordelo
Abreu, M.
Farias, M. G.
Coutinho, J. F.
Ribeiro, M. N.
Matteoni-Athayde, L.
Lessa, I.
Pousada, Judith Maria Dias Carreiro
Oliveira, M.
Lopes, C.
Strock, E.
Mazze, R.
Keywords: Brazil;diabetes;glycated haemoglobin;primary care;staged diabetes management
Issue Date: 2009
Abstract: Background Staged Diabetes Management (SDM) improves glycaemic control and reduces diabetes-related complications in primary care. Methods An 18-month randomized controlled cohort study was conducted in two municipalities in the state of Bahia, Brazil, involving 100 patients with Type 2 diabetes in each municipality. In one municipality, healthcare professionals were trained to use SDM customized protocols for clinical decisions and, in the other municipality, no protocols for diabetes care were implemented. We hypothesized that, in the municipality with SDM trained professionals, patients would have better outcomes, including a fall in glycated haemoglobin (HbA 1c).Results Improvements in some metabolic parameters were observed in the SDM group, including a 22% decrease in mean random glucose, a significant 15% decrease in mean HbA 1c , a 6% decrease in systolic blood pressure and an 11% decrease in diastolic blood pressure. There were no differences in body mass index and lipid profile. Conclusions SDM customized algorithms are effective, practical and easy to use in primary healthcare teams with very limited resources.
Description: Acesso restrito: Texto completo. p. 286-292
URI: http://www.repositorio.ufba.br/ri/handle/ri/5817
ISSN: 0742-3071
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