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During the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, novel approaches to diabetes care have been employed. Care in both the inpatient and outpatient setting has transformed considerably. the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has presented unique challenges for people with diabetes, in addition to their high-risk stratification for infection. Supporting people with diabetes to self-care has been critical to reduce their risk of severe infection. This global pandemic has presented an opportunity to digitalize diabetes care and rapidly implement virtual diabetes clinics, of optimizing diabetes management and well-being, while keeping patients safe. Driven by the need to reduce the use of personal protective equipment and exposure for patients and providers alike, on Implementation of a Diabetes Type 2 virtual clinic During the Coronavirus disease outbreak the diabetes management has been transferred services to largely “virtual”. We performed a rapid review of the literature to evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of virtual clinics in diabetes care before and during the COVID-19 pandemic and have combined these findings with our own
Aim of the study: To Assessment of the Satisfaction on Implementation of a Diabetes Type 2 virtual clinic During the Coronavirus Disease Outbreak in Makkah Al-Mukarramah Saudi Arabia 2022.
Method: cross sectional study conducted about Implementation of a Diabetes Type 2 virtual clinic During the Coronavirus Disease Outbreak Our total participants were (200) patients with Type 2 Diabetes attending a virtual clinic During the Coronavirus Disease Outbreak.
Results: distribution of the participant with satisfaction and heave a significant relation between the satisfaction and frequency while P-value <0.001 and X2 95.47, participant toward Satisfaction study results show the majority of participant had High Satisfied were(64.0%) while average satisfied were(27.5%) but weak were (8.5%), while Range were(34-91) while Mean + SD(73.01±11.754).
Conclusion: Automatic consults for Implementation of a Diabetes Type 2 virtual clinic During the COVID-19 Disease Outbreak, COVID-19 patients ensure that patients with serious illness receive specialized diabetes care. Transitioning to virtual care models does not limit the glycemic outcomes of diabetes care and should be employed to reduce patient and provider exposure in the setting of COVID-19.