Differences in Glucose Control of Diabetic Patients with Family Care Support Interventions


  • Ikbal Fradianto Departement of Community Nursing, Universitas Tanjungpura, 78124 West Kalimantan, Indonesia
  • Arief Andriyanto Departement of Community Nursing, Universitas Bina Sehat PPNI Mojokerto, 61364 East Jawa, Indonesia
  • Enny Virda Yuniarti Departement of Surgical Nursing, Universitas Bina Sehat PPNI Mojokerto, 61364 East Jawa, Indonesia
  • Veryudha Eka Prameswari Departement of Community Nursing, Universitas Bina Sehat PPNI Mojokerto, 61364 East Jawa, Indonesia


Introduction: Patients with diabetes mellitus need support from their families to control their glucose needs because family plays a very important role in reducing risk factors. This study aims to analyze differences in glucose control before and after implementing family care support interventions.

Methods: This study employed a quasi-experiment and involved 123 samples of diabetes mellitus patients and their families. These samples were selected using a random sampling technique. The measuring instrument employed an HbA1c blood sugar examination carried out twice. Meanwhile, bivariate statistical analysis employed the significance level of an alpha value <0.05 with a paired t-test.

Results: Statistical tests have revealed some changes before and after the intervention in both groups. The mean glucose of the intervention group is 9.463 + 7.000, and that of the control group is 9.469 + 8.262. The results are p = 0.001 in the intervention group and p = 0.062 in the control group.

Conclusion: The statistical tests have proven significantly different glucose control in DM patients before and after the intervention. Based on the findings, this study recommends that a nurse provide nursing interventions for diabetes mellitus patients by involving family participation. As a result, the client and family could provide care on their own. 


Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Family Care Support, Glucose Control


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Ikbal Fradianto, Departement of Community Nursing, Universitas Tanjungpura, 78124 West Kalimantan, Indonesia

Departement of Community Nursing, Universitas Tanjungpura


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Fradianto, I., Andriyanto, A. ., Virda Yuniarti, E., & Eka Prameswari , V. . (2023). Differences in Glucose Control of Diabetic Patients with Family Care Support Interventions. The Malaysian Journal of Nursing (MJN), 14(3). Retrieved from https://ejournal.lucp.net/index.php/mjn/article/view/1822