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This quasi-experimental research aimed to study the effectiveness of the support program for healthy lifestyle and behavior modification to prevent diabetic kidney disease in high risk patients with type 2 diabetes. Purposive sampling was used and followed by inclusion criteria. The sample consisted of 60 patients, divided into 30 for control group and 30 for experimental group. The experimental tool was the support program for healthy lifestyle behavior modification to prevent diabetic kidney disease. The data collection tools consisted of 1) personal data questionnaire, 2) health status and health outcome data record form, and 3) health lifestyle behaviors to prevent diabetic kidney disease questionnaire. The data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation statistics, Multivariate Analysis of Variance: one-way and Multivariate Analysis of Covariance: one-way.
The research results showed that: 1) After the intervention, the experimental group had higher mean score in healthy lifestyle behaviors than before the intervention with no statistical significance (p > .05), and lower mean score of hemoglobin A1C, systolic and diastolic blood pressure than before the intervention with statistical significance (p < .05); 2) When comparing between groups, the experimental group had higher mean score in healthy lifestyle behaviors than the control group with no statistical significance (p > .05). The experimental group had lower mean score of hemoglobin A1C and systolic blood pressure than the control group with statistical significance (p < .05), but had lower mean score of diastolic blood pressure with no statistical significance (p > .05).
The results indicated that the program was efficient and effective in producing good clinical outcomes for blood sugar and blood pressure control in high-risk patients with type 2 diabetes.
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