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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2013;20(4): 389
타이치 운동과 교육 중재 프로그램이 제 2형 여성당뇨환자의 당대사, 성기능 장애 및 면역기능에 미치는 효과
박형숙1, 김경남2
1부산대학교 간호대학
2부산여자대학교 간호과
Effects of 12 Weeks Tai Chi Exercise and Education Intervention Program on Glucose Control, Sexual Function and Immune Function for Women with Type 2 Diabetes
Hyoung Sook Park1, Kyoungnam Kim2
1College of Nursing, Pusan National University
2Department of Nursing, Busan Women's College
Abstract
Purpose: This study was done to identify effects of a 12 weeks Tai Chi exercise and education intervention program on HbA1C, sexual function and IL-12 (Interleukin 12), IL-4 (Interleukin 4), TNF-${alpha}$ (Tumor Necrosis Factor) for women with type 2 diabetes.
Methods: The study had a nonequivalent control group pretest posttest design. The participants were 64 women with diabetes recruited from an outpatient clinic of a university hospital. The Tai Chi exercise and education intervention program was provided twice a week for 12 weeks for the 32 women in the experimental group. The 32 women in the control group were maintained on basic outpatient treatment. Outcome variables were HbA1C, sexual dysfunction scores, IL-4, IL-12 and TNF-${alpha}$.
Results: The experimental group showed significantly improved HbA1C (F=3.10, p=.004), and sexual function (F=3.78, p=.001) compared to the control group. Also for the experimental group TNF-${alpha}$ (F=-2.69, p=.004) significantly increased compared to the control group.
Conclusion: Results indicate that a Tai Chi exercise and education intervention program can be utilized effectively for women with type 2 diabetes.
Key words: Women | Diabetes mellitus | Sexual dysfunctions | Tai chi
주요어: 여성 | 당뇨 | 성기능 | 타이치
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