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Year : 2020  |  Volume : 9  |  Issue : 6  |  Page : 2849-2853

Audit of diabetic care in family practice center in Abha City, Aseer region: CBAHI standards application

1 Department of Research and Studies, GDHA-Aseer, Aseer Region, KSA
2 Department of Training and Academic Affairs, GDHA-Aseer, Aseer Region, KSA
3 Al-Manhal Family Practice Center, Aseer Region, KSA

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Dr. Yahia Mater AlKhaldi
Department of Research and Studies, GDHA-Aseer
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Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None

DOI: 10.4103/jfmpc.jfmpc_366_20

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Objective: The objectives of this study is to assess the quality of diabetic care at AlManhal PHCC based on CBAHI standards. Methods: This audit was conducted during 2018 at Al_Manhal PHCC through assessment all aspects of DM care ( structures, processes and outcomes) using CBAHI standards . Data entry and analysis were managed used SPSS. Results: Most of DM structures were available at the PHCC , however, health educational program , lab relevant facilities were partially met the standards. Records of 429 patients were assessed for process of care which were satisfactory except for laboratory investigations and eye examination which were partially met . Good DM metabolic control was (28%) , HTN control (71%) and lipid control( 54%), good compliance with appointment was 85% . The most common documented complications were retinopathy( 14%), nephropathy (4.5%) and CHD( 4%). Conclusion and Recommendations: This audit revealed that using of CBAHI standards for DM care at PHCC is simple and practical and could help to identify the weak areas that needs improvement. The present care of DM in our PHCC has acceptable infrastructures except for health education program , laboratory and referral system which should be scaled up to improve the processes and outcomes. DM control is still a big challenge and needs more collaborative effort between health care providers and patients.

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