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OBJECTIVE To document the existence and prevalence of adolescent-generated diabetes management techniques.
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS One hundred forty-four adolescents completed the confidential questionnaire developed for this study. Glycohemo-globin was also obtained for each individual.
RESULTS Within the 10 days before their clinic visit, many adolescents admitted to engaging in various mismanagement behaviors, with 25% admitting to missing shots. Parents tend to underestimate adolescent mismanagement. Missing shots was significantly related to poor control (P < 0.01). Older adolescents engaged in more mismanagement than their younger cohorts (P < 0.001). The questionnaire factored into two subscales: blatant mismanagement and faking.
CONCLUSIONS This study shows the importance of recognizing the prevalence of mismanagement among adolescents.
- Received June 22, 1992.
- Grey litres Chestnut Own x38cm Gym 10 Tote Shopping Grow Small 42cm Bag My Beach I Food Revision receivedAugust 18, 1994.
- Accepted August 18, 1994.
- Copyright © 1995 by the American Diabetes Association
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