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Glob J Health Sci. 2013 Oct 27;6(1):127-34. doi: 10.5539/gjhs.v6n1p127.

Depression in patients with type II diabetes: case study at diabetic outpatient clinic, in Samut Prakan.

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Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Bangkok. j_katesm@hotmail.com.

Abstract

This descriptive research studied the depression level of patients with diabetes type II at diabetic clinics in Samut Prakarn, and, identified the causes of severe depression in patients with type 2. There were 209 participants enrolled in the study. The samples were selected by opportunistic sampling technique. The data were collected from May 2013 to July 2013, using the CES-D questionnaire, with Cronbach's coefficient alpha 0.82 and guidelines for interviews. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics.

RESEARCH RESULTS:

1. 66 percent of participants had a depression score at a low level. 2. The CES-D showed that, 44 percent were unhappy and 38 percent did not feel that their life was enjoyable. 29 percent felt no hope for the future, 5.6 percent were easily upset and 8.3 percent suffered from insomnia and severe depression. 3. Half of the participants mentioned that troubled family relationships was a main cause of their depression, 42.9 percents felt worrying about their illness, 35.3 percent blamed over work and almost 15 percent identified loss of love as the cause of depression.

PMID:
24373272
PMCID:
PMC4825390
DOI:
10.5539/gjhs.v6n1p127
[Indexed for MEDLINE]
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