MODO DE AUTOCONCEPTO EN UNA ADULTA CON DIABETES DURANTE LA PREVEJEZ: UN ESTUDIO DE CASO

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Isaí A. Medina Fernández1, Edna I. P. Navarro-Oliva1, Aridahi Y. Chi Uitz2 , Antonio V. Yam Sosa2
, Ana L. Carrillo Cervantes1 y Sandra C. Esparza González1
1Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila. México
2Centro Universitario Siglo XXI. México
3Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán. México

The condition of being a woman and living with diabetes
causes an impact on the adaptation of the disease; Roy’s
adaptation model points to the self-concept as a
psychosocial aspect of how the person is perceived within
the environment, trigger responses that can influence in
personal and clinical variables. Objective. To describe the
adaptation mode of self-concept in a woman in prediabetes stage with type 2 diabetes. Methodology. Single
case study with a phenomenological approach. A semistructured interview was conducted; the analysis was
through the “Phenomenological Proposal of the Data
Obtained in the Interview”; the adaptation level of the
self-concept was identified with the instrument
VIVEROS03. Results. Participant with 52 years, and 20
years with diabetes. The adaptation level identified was
an integrated level. In the process of the disease, there
were problems of acceptance, coping, physical affectation
and concerns that influence self-concept. The physical self
was constituted by the perception and sensation of the
body image; the personal self for the spiritual support,
ideal self-care, conscious self and the must be.
Conclusions. These aspects represent areas of interest and
opportunity for nursing, for a humanized approach,
integral and with emphasis on psychological aspects.

MODO DE AUTOCONCEPTO EN UNA ADULTA CON DIABETES DURANTE LA PREVEJEZ: UN ESTUDIO DE CASO


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