International Journal of Family Medicine / 2012 / Article / Tab 6

Research Article

Care for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes in a Random Sample of Community Family Practices in Ontario, Canada

Table 6

Screening for and management of risk factors.

Clinical activityValueMedian, SD, rangeICC
(where applicable)

BP result documented, %98
No. of BP readings1515, 9, 0–240.06424 (0.042231, 0.086249)

Mean BP;
 Systolic mmHg134135, 12, 102–165−0.14068 (−0.187383, −0.093977)
 Within systolic BP targets of ≤13031.00.00 (−0.003311, 0.003311)
 Diastolic, mmHg7474, 7, 54–940.03471 (0.020974, 0.048446)
 Within diastolic BP targets of ≤8084.50.00 (−0.003311, 0.003311)
 Lipid profile obtained once, %970.040813 (0.025322, 0.056304)
 Mean total cholesterol4.584.49, 0.99, 2.43–7.98−0.06611 (−0.084751, −0.047469)

Medications to prevent complications% Patients
 On ACE I40.0−0.02382 (−0.028101, −0.019539)
 On lipid lowering medications39.20.38283 (0.306461, 0.459199)
 On ASA22.70.045959 (0.029007, 0.062911)

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