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A Study on Using of Materials and Compliance of Diet Therapy by Distribution of Body Weight in Diabetic Patients

당뇨병 환자의 체중분포별 식사요법 실행 및 자료의 활용 실태

  • 한지숙 (부산대학교 식품영양학과) ;
  • 정지혜 (부산대학교 식품영양학과)
  • Published : 2004.03.01

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate using of diet therapy materials and the compliance of diet therapy by distribution of body weight in diabetic patients. The percentage of diabetic patients who was distributed by BMI was 18.5% in under weight group, 51.5% in normal weight group, 16.9% in over weight group and 13.1% in obesity group. Of 130 diabetic patients, 62.3% experienced weight loss after the diagnosis. 35.4% of the diabetic patients had ever been in the hospital. 38.5% of the diabetic patients had prevalence of the complications. Knowledge for diet therapy showed low score in over weight and obesity group, specially in the items on the amount of food that I have to consume or the method selecting foods using the food exchange list. Diet therapy practice was also lower in obesity group than the other groups. Most of diabetic patients thought the diet therapy was important and got diet therapy materials through dietitian or doctor. But using of diet therapy materials was 50.0% in under weight group, 41.8% in normal weight group. 22.7% in over weight group and 35.3% in obesity group. Food exchange list was diet therapy item considered as the most difficult for diabetic patients to understand. Diet therapy items considered as the most necessary by diabetic patients were to be attended to choose foods and how to make out menu. This study showed that the diabetic patients were different in using of diet therapy materials or diet therapy practice by distribution of body weight. Therefore it is suggested that the program composed of necessary contents by body weight distribution of diabetic patients need to be developed.

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