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Identifying Barriers to Accessing Care for Hypertension in the African American Population
Hypertension is believed to be the most significant and modifiable risk factor for heart disease, stroke, peripheral vascular disease, and end-stage renal disease. Hypertension management is of particular concern in the ...
Diabetic Foot Care in the Primary Care Setting
Problem: Diabetes is becoming an epidemic with increasing numbers of patients diagnosed each year. Deshpande, Harris-Hayes, and Schootman (2008) clarify that diabetes is a chronic metabolic condition that has a trend of ...
Helping Diabetic Patients Achieve Glycemic Control: Barriers to the Transition of Care from an Inpatient to Outpatient Setting
Title: Helping Diabetic Patients Achieve Glycemic Control: Barriers to the Transition of Care from an Inpatient to Outpatient Setting Problem: Achieving glycemic control in patients with diabetes can be a challenging task. ...
COPD: Barriers to Effective Management
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is increasing in prevalence and is the third leading cause of death in the world (GOLD, 2011). Diagnosis and effective management of COPD is difficult for providers resulting ...
Analysis of Clinical, Social, Transitional Care, and Medication Reconciliation Factors Associated with 30-Day Adult Heart Failure Readmissions
Objective: Heart failure (HF) is a chronic clinical syndrome that has been identified to cause high rates of mortality, morbidity, and increased health care costs. Heart failure patients frequently experience hospitalizations ...