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Seyed Khalil Forouzannia, Seyed Mohammad Mohammadi, Seyed Jalil Mirhosseini, Mohammad Hossein Abdollahi, Seyed Hossain Moshtaghion, Habibbolla Hosseini, Seyed Ali Banifateme, Seyed Mehdi Hosseini, Sedigheh Soheilykhah, Dehghanizade Dehghanizade,
Volume 1, Issue 1 (9-2009)
Abstract

OBJECTIVE: Hyperglycemia is associated with increased morbidity and mortality in diabetic patients following coronary artery bypass grafting. Tight glycemic control in perioperative period can reduce these events. The goal of this study was to determine whether combination of continuous infusion and subcutaneous glargine as a basal insulin could improve glycemic control. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Diabetic patients who were candidate for CABG were randomized to receive continuous insulin infusion with or without subcutaneous Glargine insulin for at least 72 hours which started 24 hours before surgery and continued for 48 hours after surgery. RESULTS: A total 84 subjects were required. In group A (n = 45) continuous insulin infusion was used for glycemic control and in group B (n = 39) we used continuous insulin infusion with sub‌cutaneous glargine insulin. Blood glucose level was significantly better in desirable range in group B in comparison to group A. Total mean blood glucose level in group A was 186.1 mg/dl and in group B was 174.3 mg/dl (P = 0.008). Frequency of hypoglycemia (blood glucose <70 mg/dl) was 0.66% in group A and 0.5% in group B that was similar (P = 0.530). The mean length of stay in the hospital was not different between two groups (P = 0.288). CONCLUSION: We found out that a combination of continuous insulin infusion and glargine insulin as main basal insulin can improve glycemic control in diabetic patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting.
Saeedeh Mirhosseini, Mahmoud Kamali Zarch, Mansoure Nasireian,
Volume 7, Issue 2 (volume 7, number2 2015)
Abstract

Objective: Anxiety and depression have a great effect on forming diabetes. Intermediations like metacognitive training has great effects on reducing the disease severity. Regarding the importance of depression in patients with diabetes, and the role of training in improving it, this study was done to survey the effectiveness of metacognitive training on depression level of diabetes type 2 patients.

Materials and Methods: This was a quasi-experimental. About 30 patients with diabetes type 2, who were members of Yazd’s Diabetes Study Center. They were divided in two groups randomly (15 were testing and 15 in control group). The testing group went through metacognitive training process, in 8 sessions. Both groups filled depression questionnaire before and after the course. The data were analyzed using SPSS (version16).

Results: There is meaningful difference between test and control group (9.67 vs. 15.81) regarding depression in posttest and meaningfulness.

Conclusion: It can be said that metacognitive training has a positive effect on depression level of diabetes type 2 patients.



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