Prevención y tratamiento de la enfermedad infecciosa en personas con diabetes

  1. F. López-Simarro 13
  2. E. Redondo Margüello 24
  3. J.J. Mediavilla Bravo 35
  4. T. Soriano Llora 36
  5. J. Iturralde Iriso 37
  6. A. Hormigo Pozo 38
  1. 1 Institut Català de la Salut, Martorell, Barcelona, España
  2. 2 Salud Pública de SEMERGEN, España
  3. 3 Grupo de Trabajo Diabetes de SEMERGEN, España
  4. 4 Centro de Salud Internacional Madrid Salud, Ayuntamiento de Madrid, Madrid, España
  5. 5 Centro de Salud Burgos Rural, Burgos, España
  6. 6 Centro de Salud Canal de Panamá, Madrid, España
  7. 7 Centro de Salud La Habana, Vitoria-Gasteiz, España
  8. 8 Unidad de Gestión Clínica Puerta Blanca, Málaga, España
Journal:
Semergen: revista española de medicina de familia

ISSN: 1138-3593

Year of publication: 2019

Issue: 2

Pages: 117-127

Type: Article

DOI: 10.1016/J.SEMERG.2018.07.007 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR

More publications in: Semergen: revista española de medicina de familia

Abstract

The bidirectional relationship between infectious diseases and diabetes is well-known. On the one hand, diabetes patients are at a higher risk of presenting with infectious diseases, possibly with more severity, and on the other hand, infectious diseases impair metabolic control in patients with diabetes. Population ageing arises partly due to an increased survival rate in chronic diseases, of which diabetes is amongst them. Improving infectious disease prevention could reduce complications arising from the former diseases, consequences of decompensated diabetes condition (morbidity, incapacity, hospital admissions, healthcare costs, and mortality rates) and result in improved quality of life in patients with diabetes. The current review presents the treatment of infectious diseases in patients with diabetes and the dealing with immuno-preventable diseases with the currently advised vaccinations.

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