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what is non-adherence?

multidimensional, failing to understand what you are supposed to do

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what is non-compliance

failing to do what your told (different than non-adherance, not as complex)

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i am attending a lecture but using my laptop to watch netflix... i am being___ but not____

compliant but not adherent

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compliance as defined by docs:

the extent to which behavior matches medical advice

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adherance as defined by docs

the extent to which a person behavior (taking meds, following a diet, executing life cahnges) corresponds with agreed recommendations

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what are some short-term complicaiton to non-adherance in diabetes treatment?

hyperglycemia, DKA, elevated BP

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what are some long term complications to nonadherence

retinopathy, neuropathy, amputations, heart disease, blindness, stroke

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patients generally adhere to which more: medications or lifestyle changes

medication

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give four reasons why adherence is important in diabetes

extend quality of life, avoid complications, lets you live fully, cost of nonadherence is expensive

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what factors contribute to non-adherence? (4)

patient/family char, disease related char, health care system, regimen related char

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the more severe the disease the more/less adherent

more

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the lower the SES the more/less adherent

less

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males or female are more adherent

females

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the more complex the regimen the more/less adherent

less

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nonadherence in diabetes is defined as: (4 different ones)

overuse, misuse, eractic use of insulin,

infrequent blood glucose testing

poor record keeping

failure to attend appts

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what is the % of non-adherence in diabetes?

50%

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what is diabalemia?

under using insulin to lose weight, seen most often in girls with T1DB

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what youth age class is most likely to non-adhere?

teens

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what is intentional non-adherence

gaining a secondary benefit from non-adhering. Ex: overuse insulin to allow increased eating, diabulimia

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