Association between cognitive vulnerability to depression - dysfunctional attitudes and glycaemic control among in-patients with type 2 diabetes in a hospital in Beijing: a multivariate regression analysis Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • This cross-sectional study aimed to investigate the relationship between glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c) and cognitive vulnerability to depression (dysfunctional attitudes) in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. A total of 245 valid records from June 2016 to December 2016 were collected from a hospital in Beijing. Participants were asked to complete four questionnaires (Dysfunctional Attitudes Scale, Automatic Thoughts Questionnaire, Zung Self-rating Depression Scale, and World Health Organization Quality of Life Instrument-Short Form) to assess mental health and quality of life. Multivariate regression analysis was conducted to determine the correlations between HbA1c, mental health, quality of life and other clinical variables. The results showed that dysfunctional attitudes were associated with HbA1c, with a standardized regression coefficient (β) of .13 (p = .01), although 1 h C-peptide (β = -.75, p < .0001) was the most significant predictor of HbA1c in the regression model. The results indicated that dysfunctional attitudes, as a cognitive vulnerability to depression, were a relevant factor in HbA1c, although further studies are needed to establish the nature of the connection between dysfunctional attitudes and glycaemic control in diabetes patients.

authors

  • Ma, Yue
  • Li, Xun
  • Zhao, Dandan
  • Wu, Rui
  • Sun, Hongfeng
  • Chen, Shibo
  • Wang, Linyun
  • Fang, Xue
  • Huang, Jin
  • Li, Xia
  • Zhang, Ying
  • Jiang, Guangjian
  • Zhang, Dongwei
  • Pan, Yanyun
  • An, Tian
  • Shi, Yue
  • Zuo, Jiacheng
  • Yu, Na
  • Gao, Sihua

publication date

  • February 7, 2018

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