The Diabetes Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire change version (DTSQc) A change version of the DTSQ (DTSQc) is compared here with the original status. as measured by the Diabetes Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire (DTSQ status) Principal components analysis was conducted on the 8-item DTSQ (1). Bradley C. Diabetes Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire (DTSQ). In: Bradley C, ed. Handbook of psychology and diabetes. Chur (Switzerland): Harwood.
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In the type 1 study, in addition to insulin glargine or NPH, regular human insulin was administered before each meal.
Diabetes Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire, status and change versions (DTSQs and DTSQc)
It enables patients to record their experience of change in satisfaction and perceived blood glucose control more precisely and thus provides greater validity in determining the benefits or drawbacks of a new treatment. The efficacy of diabetes treatment should not be evaluated solely by HbA1c levels as they should also focus on patient-reported outcomes PROssuch as patient satisfaction, wellbeing and quality of life.
Moreover the DTSQc was used in a recent waiting list control trial [ 23 ]: In this review, we summarize the significance and the limitations of the use of DTSQ for the assessment of diabetes treatment and discuss the role of treatment satisfaction in diabetes care.
Patient perceptions of diabetes and diabetes therapy: Given the nature of insulin glargine, with its longer action and constant release of insulin without a pronounced peak, achieved with only one daily injection of basal insulin, it was expected that treatment satisfaction would be greater in the insulin glargine group than the NPH group. Published online May 9.
They also allow patients to inject at mealtimes, which promotes convenience when compared with regular insulin, which requires injection 30 mins before a meal. When using the status measure with people At Flooran increase in Perceived Hypoglycaemia is apparent, while the change version shows reductions i. The two datasets were analysed separately. Measurement of patients’ satisfaction with their care.
DTSQs and DTSQc – Diabetes Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire, status and change versions
Prior to performing psychometric analyses, the combinability of the subgroups defined by country and type of diabetes was tested by a method described elsewhere [ 18 ], which confirmed the acceptability of combining the samples. Patients would have to score 25 or less out of a possible 36 on the DTSQs at baseline to be able to register such an improvement in DTSQs scores and few do score this low to start with.
Glucagon-like peptide 1 GLP-1 analogue combined with insulin reduces HbA1c and weight with low risk of hypoglycemia and high treatment satisfaction. Treatment satisfaction and quality of life with insulin glargine plus insulin lispro compared with NPH insulin plus unmodified human insulin in individuals with type 1 diabetes. Other scores are referred to as Not at Ceiling and Not at Floor. The text is restricted to the interpretation of these results. It is composed of eight questions, each of which is scored by patients on a scale ranging from zero e.
A randomized controlled trial.
It is important to note that, although the benefits of the change measure are most apparent in the Treatment Satisfaction scores from patients scoring At Ceiling at baseline, the DTSQc is also more responsive to change than the DTSQsDiff in patients who were Not at Ceiling to start qudstionnaire. Health Qual Life Outcomes. Well-being and treatment satisfaction in adults with diabetes: Satiefaction, as co-morbidities may affect the results of DTSQ, the use of more than two different measures should be considered to comprehensively evaluate PROs.
However, although the original articles were written in Japanese, we would like to describe the study briefly [ 2021 ].
Therefore, DTSQ scores assessed in different institutions with different medical staff or under different conditions may not be directly comparable greatment thus, caution is needed when interpreting the results.
Diabetes treatment satisfaction questionnaire. Abstract The efficacy of diabetes treatment should not be evaluated solely by HbA1c levels as they should also focus on patient-reported outcomes PROssuch as patient satisfaction, wellbeing and quality of life. Measures of psychological well-being and treatment satisfaction developed from the responses of people with tablet-treated diabetes. Major questionnaires for PROs used internationally in patients with diabetes.
Howorka and colleagues [ 17 ] have already found the German DTSQc to perform well sqtisfaction Austrian patients with type 1 diabetes comparing meal-related insulins. Factors associated with treatment satisfaction and expected effects from its improvement on clinical outcomes. However, it was expected that the Not at Ceiling group would be better able to show an increase in Treatment Satisfaction than the At Ceiling group, if they were using the DTSQsDiff, and this was indeed the case.
The effects of treatment for the two questionnaires were compared regardless of dtzq the treatment was NPH or glargine. The wording of the items themselves is the same for both the status and change versions, the small exception being part of the wording of item 7 recommending the treatment.
Thus, increases in treatment satisfaction produced positive scores and decreases negative scores. Although questionniare skew could be dealt with treagment and the scale adjusted to fit the majority scoring pattern i.