Pacienții cu diabet zaharat de tip 2 în practica asistenței medicale primare

December 2010
Romanian Journal of Medical Practice;2010, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p272
Academic Journal
Type 2 diabetes is a meter of public health through its raised mortality, its very severe complications, the working incapacity that it induces, dependency and ot en social handicap, with high costs for the health system and lowering patient's life quality. It is a disease monitored in primary medical assistance, together with the specialist in metabolic diseases, through a program of the Public Health Ministry.


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