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Since the end of February 2020, Covid-19 infection has spread widely in France, particularly in the East region, with on March 25th, 2020, 5,479 infected patients and 407 deceased patients, including 256 in Alsace. Among the hospitalized patients reported in the initial Chinese studies, 48% had co-morbidity, particularly diabetes or cardiovascular disease. Covid-19 infection does not appear to be more common in diabetic patients, but infected diabetics have more severe forms. The prevalence of diabetes is high in Alsace affecting 6.5% of the population against 4.6% in France. Du to health containment measures, asymptomatic diabetic patients can no longer come to the clinic in Hospital for their consultation. However, in the current epidemiological context, maintaining optimal glycemic control is fundamental since some of diabetic patients will have Covid-19 infections. Furthermore, the sedentary lifestyle and snacking linked to the confinement period will contribute to a glycemic imbalance in some patients. Telemedicine, and in particular teleconsultation, which until now has been very uncommon in the management of diabetic patients, represents a very interesting alternative for monitoring these patients and maintaining satisfactory metabolic control during the current period of confinement and Covid-19 epidemic.
Description: In the Covid 19 epidemic context, the face-to-face consultation of diabetic patients with the hospital's physician or their diabetologist is / will be replaced by a teleconsultation ( phone or computer consultation) followed at 6 months of a face-to-face consultation. Patients will be monitored in accordance with routine practice. The Teleconsultation (TC) group will be composed of patients for whom the consultation initially scheduled in the presence of the diabetologist has been replaced by a teleconsultation due to the availability of diabetologists whose activity is focused on the management of Covid-19 negative patients. The Face-to-Face group will be composed of patients for whom the consultation initially scheduled in the presence of the diabetologist was postponed by 6 months due to the activity of some diabetologists entirely redirected towards the management of Covid-19 positive patients.Measure: Comparison of metabolic control (HbA1C) between diabetic patients followed by teleconsultation and patients with a conventional follow-up during Covid-19 infection. Time: HbA1C measured at 3 months post-telemedicine consultation group / post-cancellation of the face-to-face consultation group (variation versus basal)
Description: This questionnaire is not a score on a scale, there is no minimum or maximum values.Measure: Results of patient satisfaction questionnaire. Time: Patients will respond to the questionnaires either at the end of study (6 months after inclusion) or in the month following the teleconsultation.
Description: This questionnaire is not a score on a scale, there is no minimum or maximum values.Measure: Results of doctor satisfaction questionnaire. Time: Physician will respond to the questionnaires at study completion, 6 months after the inclusion visit.
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