Journal of Diabetes Research / 2019 / Article / Tab 2

Erratum

Erratum to “Factors Associated with Long-Term Control of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus”

Table 2

Self-care behavior’s adherence and HbA1c.

VariableCategories (%)HbA1c (%)

Following a meal planLow adherence (80.6%)9.0<.001
High adherence (19.4%)7.3
Taking medicationsLow adherence (30.9%)9.2.001
High adherence (69.1%)8.2
ExercisingLow adherence (42%)8.8.310
High adherence (58%)8.6
Testing blood glucoseLow adherence (50.7%)8.9.301
High adherence (49.3%)8.6
Following a meal plan and taking medicationLow adherence (27.8%)9.4<.001
High adherence (16.3%)7.0
Following a meal plan and exercising regularlyLow adherence (36.5%)9.0<.001
High adherence (13.9%)7.4
Following a meal plan, taking medication, exercising, and testing blood glucoseLow adherence (12.8%)10.1<.001
High adherence (9%)6.9
Number of medications>4 (47.2%)9.5.001
≤4 (52.8%)7.4
Treatment modalitiesOral antidiabetic agents alone (79.5%)8.7.740
Oral antidiabetic agents and insulin (20.5%)8.7
Medication and treatment modalitiesLow medication adherence—oral antidiabetic agents with insulin (9%)9.5.001
Low medication adherence—oral antidiabetic agents alone (20.8%)9.2
High medication adherence—oral antidiabetic agents alone (58.7%)8.2
High medication adherence—oral antidiabetic agents with insulin (11.5%)8.1