Teoría específica sobre las conductas familiares de las personas con diabetes tipo 2
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Teoría de Enfermería
Apoyo social
Autogestión
Diabetes Mellitus Nursing theory
Social support
Self-management
diabetes mellitus

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López-González JA, Bañuelos-Barrera Y, Ruíz-Paloalto L, Álvarez-Aguirre A. Teoría específica sobre las conductas familiares de las personas con diabetes tipo 2. SANUS [Internet]. 11 de agosto de 2019 [citado 7 de febrero de 2023];(7):40-55. Disponible en: https://sanus.unison.mx/index.php/Sanus/article/view/100

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Introducción: Los profesionales de enfermería desarrollan Teorías sobre situaciones específicas para tener una mejor explicación de la práctica y poder brindar un cuidado de calidad a la persona, la familia y la comunidad. Objetivo: Describir la Teoría específica sobre las Conductas familiares en la Autogestión y el Control glucémico de las personas con Diabetes tipo 2. Metodología: El método utilizado para el desarrollo de está teoría fue a través del Proceso integrador. Resultados: se logró identificar cuatro conceptos principales: Conductas familiares, Autogestión de la persona con Diabetes tipo 2, Control glucémico y Agentes condicionantes individuales. Conclusiones: la Teoría específica desarrollada, nos permite tener un marco teórico para entender la interacción del familiar y la persona con Diabetes tipo 2 para el logró de la Autogestión y el Control glucémico de estás.

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