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Title :Effect of a mobile digital intervention to enhance physical activity in individuals with metabolic disorders on voiding patterns measured by 24-h voided volume monitoring system: Kumejima Digital Health Project (KDHP)
Authors :Miyazato, Minoru
Ashikari, Asuka
Nakamura, Koshi
Nakamura, Takehiro
Yamashiro, Kiyoto
Uema, Tsugumi
Uehara, Moriyuki
Masuzaki, Hiroaki
Saito, Seiichi
Maeda, Shiro
Ishida, Hajime
Matsushita, Masayuki
Issue Date :28-Apr-2021
Abstract :Purpose:To evaluate the effect of a mobile digital intervention on voiding patterns, we performed 24-h voided volume monitoring in individuals with metabolic disorders. Methods:Participants with metabolic disorders were grouped into either the intervention group (n = 17), who had access to a smartphone app (CARADA), or the non-intervention group (n = 11), who did not. Urine monitoring was conducted for 24 h using a novel digital self-health monitoring system for urine excretion (s-HMSU). Body weight, abdominal circumference, blood pressure, and biomarkers were measured. Results:Physical findings and blood test results at baseline and 6 months indicated no significant between-group differences. Night-time frequency did not change between baseline and 6 months in the intervention group but significantly worsened at 6 months in the non-intervention group, as compared to baseline (1.0 ± 0.7 vs. 1.5 ± 0.5, p < 0.05). The change in night-time frequency over 6 months did not differ between the intervention and non-intervention groups. Furthermore, the change in hours of undisturbed sleep over 6 months did not differ between the two groups. However, compared with baseline, nocturnal polyuria index tended to worsen at 6 months in the non-intervention group. Conclusion:Our study results suggest that mobile digital intervention might be useful for behavioral therapy to improve night-time frequency and urine production and that s-HMSU might be beneficial for confirming the prevention of progress in individuals with metabolic disorders, which can aid in modifying lifestyle.
URL :https://doi.org/10.1007/s11255-021-02867-x
Type Local :雑誌掲載論文
ISSN :0301-1623
1573-2584
Publisher :Springer Nature
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/50007
Citation :International Urology and Nephrology Vol.53 no.8 p.1497 -1505
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