Diabetes mellitus a hypertenzia – letálne duo
Čo rezonuje z tohoročných odporúčaní ESC a kongresu ESC?


Authors: Andrej Dukát 1;  Slavomíra Filipová 2;  Peter Gavorník 1;  Martin Čaprnda 1;  Lucia Mistríková 3;  David Baláž 1;  Ľudovít Gašpar 1
Authors‘ workplace: II. interná klinika LF UK a Univerzitnej nemocnice Bratislava 1;  Národný ústav srdcových chorôb, Bratislava 2;  Východoslovenský ústav srdcových chorôb, Košice 3
Published in: Forum Diab 2012; 1(2-3): 86-91
Category: Topic

Overview

Last decades are characterized by pandemic of diabesity and subsequent cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. This extremely severe problem of populations all over the world all the time increases. Diabetes mellitus and hypertension represent duo, which represents which the largest proportion contribute to the extremely high cardiovascular mortality and therefore it is often proclaimed as lethal duo. Hypertension and as well as diabetes mellitus alone represents diseases with increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. The presence of both conditions increases risk 2–4 times and are continuous variable. In this summary authors deal with the important problems these two comorbidities, from the viewpoint of the recent guidelines and congress of ESC.

Key words:
diabetes mellitus – arterial hypertension – epidemiology – therapy


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Diabetology Endocrinology Internal medicine
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