Changes in glucose profiles in fasting patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus during Ramadan: analysis of CGMS data in patients in the UAE

Published on May 1, 2008
Nader Lessan6
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Ilham Saadane1
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+ 1 AuthorsAbdullah AbdulRidha1
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This phenomenological study provides an in-depth understanding of the lived experiences of Muslim persons with diabetes during Ramadan. The findings facilitate health professionals’ knowledge of the unique needs of these clients during this time. van Manen’s (1990) and Hycner’s (1985) analytical methods assisted in producing the themes: knowing and understanding – being in harmony with the body, knowing its capabilities and limitations and its response to change; controlling – being in charge of...
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