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An Experimental Study to Assess the Effectiveness of ‘Giloy Juice’ for reducing Blood Glucose Level among Diabetic Type-II adults in selected Community Area, Bhilai, C.G.


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1 M.Sc. Nursing Student,Shri Shankaracharya College of Nursing, Hudco, Bhilai., India
2 HOD, Medical Surgical Nursing Dept., Shri Shankaracharya College of Nursing, Hudco, Bhilai., India
     

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The study was conducted with the objective to assess the pre-test blood glucose level among Diabetic Type-II Adults in experimental and control group, to assess the effectiveness of Giloy juice among Diabetic Type-II Adults in experimental group, to assess the post-test blood glucose level among Diabetic Type-II Adults in experimental and control group, to find out the association between post-test blood glucose level among Diabetic Type-II adults with selected socio demographic variables. The study design was True experimental, one group pre test-post test research design. 60 samples of Diabetic type-II Adults who fulfill the inclusive criteria were selected based on Probability-simple random sampling technique, after getting informed consent from the study participant, Giloy juice was administered on Diabetic type-II Adults at ward-9 purani basti kohka nagar nigam Bhilai, (C.G.). The findings revealed that there was highly significant difference between pre-test and post-test blood glucose level of diabetic type-II adult after taking Giloy juice as calculated ‘t’ value 14.05(df.19) was greater than table value 2.09 at 0.05 level of significance in experimental group.

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Effectiveness, Diabetic mellitus type II, Giloy juice.
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Reema Dutta
M.Sc. Nursing Student,Shri Shankaracharya College of Nursing, Hudco, Bhilai., India
Apurva Rai
HOD, Medical Surgical Nursing Dept., Shri Shankaracharya College of Nursing, Hudco, Bhilai., India

Abstract


The study was conducted with the objective to assess the pre-test blood glucose level among Diabetic Type-II Adults in experimental and control group, to assess the effectiveness of Giloy juice among Diabetic Type-II Adults in experimental group, to assess the post-test blood glucose level among Diabetic Type-II Adults in experimental and control group, to find out the association between post-test blood glucose level among Diabetic Type-II adults with selected socio demographic variables. The study design was True experimental, one group pre test-post test research design. 60 samples of Diabetic type-II Adults who fulfill the inclusive criteria were selected based on Probability-simple random sampling technique, after getting informed consent from the study participant, Giloy juice was administered on Diabetic type-II Adults at ward-9 purani basti kohka nagar nigam Bhilai, (C.G.). The findings revealed that there was highly significant difference between pre-test and post-test blood glucose level of diabetic type-II adult after taking Giloy juice as calculated ‘t’ value 14.05(df.19) was greater than table value 2.09 at 0.05 level of significance in experimental group.

Keywords


Effectiveness, Diabetic mellitus type II, Giloy juice.

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