Effects of family continuity of care on psychological status and treatment compliance of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) at stable stage
AbstractBackground: In China, the telemedicine market is increasing very rapidly. Though there is no systematic review I have not published for telemedicine. Telemedicine interventions in COPD have not been described and the effectiveness is not clear. Objective: In this review, we emphasize the telemedicine intervention on COPD patients in southeastern countries and we also assess the telemedicine effectivity on the treatment. Method: A literature review has been done based on the different sites of the literature base like PubMed, CNKI, etc. Results: We found that a total of 24 pieces of literature has been analyzed. The life quality has been found in the control group ( CI- -6.9 to -3.00, p value<0.0001), but the heterogeneity is the very low than the control group (OR-0.2 [95% CI- 0.2-0.3],p<0.00001) and the heterogeneity is the very high (I2 value=85%, p=0.0001). The hospitalization are less than the control group ( I2 = 25%, p=0.14). Conclusion: Telemedicine implementation in China has not been standardized. Our result of the review indicated that telemedicine can develop the life quality and hospitalization rate in COPD patients.
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Dong, Y. ., Wang, G. ., & Zuoji, F. (2022). Effects of family continuity of care on psychological status and treatment compliance of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) at stable stage. The Ethiopian Journal of Health Development. Retrieved from https://ejhd.org/index.php/ejhd/article/view/4729