Reference : Psychological impact of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion pump therapy in non-...
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Human health sciences : Multidisciplinary, general & others
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/27252
Psychological impact of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion pump therapy in non-selected newly diagnosed insulin dependent (type 1) diabetic children: Evaluation after two years of therapy [IMPACT PSYCHOLOGIQUE D'UN TRAITEMENT PAR PERFUSION SOUS-CUTANEE CONTINUE D'INSULINE DES LE DIAGNOSTIC CHEZ LES ENFANTS DIABETIQUES NON SELECTIONNES: EVALUATIONS APRES DEUX AND DE TRAITEMENT]
English
Slijper, F. M. E. [Department of Child Psychiatry, Sophia Children's Hospital, Gordelweg 160, 3038 GE Rotterdam, Netherlands]
De Beaufort, Carine mailto [University of Luxembourg > Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) >]
Bruining, G. J. [Department of Child Psychiatry, Sophia Children's Hospital, Gordelweg 160, 3038 GE Rotterdam, Netherlands]
De Visser, J. J. [Department of Child Psychiatry, Sophia Children's Hospital, Gordelweg 160, 3038 GE Rotterdam, Netherlands]
Aarsen, R. S. R. [Department of Child Psychiatry, Sophia Children's Hospital, Gordelweg 160, 3038 GE Rotterdam, Netherlands]
Kicken, D. A. M. [Department of Child Psychiatry, Sophia Children's Hospital, Gordelweg 160, 3038 GE Rotterdam, Netherlands]
Van Strik, R. [Department of Child Psychiatry, Sophia Children's Hospital, Gordelweg 160, 3038 GE Rotterdam, Netherlands]
1990
Diabete et Metabolisme
16
4
273-277
Yes (verified by ORBilu)
03381684
[en] Continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion ; Diabetic children ; Insulin dependent diabetes mellitus ; Psychology ; Adolescent ; Attitude ; Child ; Child, Preschool ; Comparative Study ; Diabetes Mellitus, Insulin-Dependent ; Evaluation Studies ; Female ; Human ; Infusion Pumps, Implantable ; Injections ; Insulin ; Insulin Infusion Systems ; Male ; Psychological Tests ; Questionnaires
[en] Thirty type 1 (insulin dependent) diabetic children were treated from diagnosis onwards in a random order (using a table of random permutations) with either continous subcutaneous insulin infusion pump therapy (CSII), or with conventional injection therapy (CT). After two years of therapy psychosocial measurements were obtained of fifteen CSII children (8 boys, 7 girls; mean age: 12+/-4 years) and thirteen CT children (6 boys, 7 girls; mean age: 10+/-4 years) and their parents. Two families of the CT group refused to participate. The examination consisted of six tests (for the children: junior dutch personality test, WISC-R intelligence test, family relation test, diabetes questionnaire; for the parents: family interaction scale and assessment of acceptance scale). Parents (and pediatricians) rated CSII children higher on compliance and better on metabolic control. Acceptance of diabetes, physical and psychological condition was rated equally by parents and doctors. Except for the diabetes questionnaire, the children of the two groups scored not significantly different. The CSII group expressed significantly less physical complaints and physical restrictions. CSII children showed a tendency to score higher on recalcitrance compared with CT children. How adequate this coping of CSII children may be, is discussed.
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