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This trial will help to assess whether an mHealth app can improve digital health literacy and clinical outcomes in people with asthma and/or Type 2 diabetes.
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Who is eligible to join this medical research?
"This clinical trial is actively seeking 60 enrollees aged 18-70 afflicted with diabetes mellitus. Participants must also display a history of persistent asthma, controlled through daily medication or insulin injections and have access to an iOS/Android smartphone."
Does this research trial accept participants aged forty and above?
"Eligibility for this clinical trial necessitates that applicants are between 18 and 70 years old. Patients younger than 18 have 300 trials available to them, whereas there is an additional 1075 trials offered to seniors over 65."
Are there any opportunities currently available to join this investigation?
"Affirmative. Per the information on clinicaltrials.gov, this research endeavour is actively recruiting patients and has been since March 1st 2021. The study requires 60 enrollees to be gathered from a single medical site and was last updated on August 17th 2022."
How many participants have been recruited to this experiment?
"Yes, clinicaltrials.gov is hosting information that indicates this trial is actively seeking patients. It was first posted on March 1st 2021 and the most recent update occurred on August 17th 2022. The study will enroll 60 participants at a single location."
What is the ultimate objective of this experiment?
"The primary goal of this 3-month clinical trial is to evaluate asthma control through the Asthma Control Test. Additionally, researchers will assess asthma quality of life with the Mini-Asthma Quality of Life Questionnaire (through surveys), diabetese asthma control through the Asthma Control Test. Additionally, researchers will assess asthma quality of life with the Mini-Asthma Quality of Life Questionnaire (through surveys), diabetes self-management and efficacy via the Diabetes Self-Management Questionnaire (also through surveys) and record any emergency department visits or hospitalisations related to either condition."
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