July 22, 2012

Testimonial of a Diabetic dropping their levels after 20 years

Regimen adherence problems are common in individuals with diabetes, making glycemic control difficult to attain. Because the risk of complications of diabetes can be reduced by proper adherence, patient nonadherence to treatment recommendations is often frustrating for diabetes health care professionals. This article reviews the scope of the adherence problem and the factors underlying it.

Most health care providers use the term “compliance” instead of “adherence,” although these concepts are quite different. Compliance has been defined as “the extent to which a person's behavior coincides with medical advice.” Noncompliance then essentially means that patients disobey the advice of their health care providers. Patient noncompliance is attributed to personal qualities of the patients, such as forgetfulness, lack of will power or discipline, or low level of education. The concept of noncompliance not only assumes a negative attitude toward patients, but also places patients in a passive, unequal role in relationship to their care providers.

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