2017
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-73312017000400014
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Costo por estadio de la atención integral del paciente diabético tipo 2 con enfermedad renal crónica

Abstract: Resumen: Objetivo: Identificar el costo de la enfermedad renal crónica por estadio en pacientes con diabetes. Métodos: Estudio de costos en diabéticos tipo 2, se integraron cinco grupos definidos a partir del estadio de la enfermedad renal crónica. Se incluyeron aquellos con más de cinco años de evolución de la diabetes tipo 2, el tamaño de la muestra se calculó para cada estadio y la selección fue aleatoria simple. El diagnóstico por estadio se calculó mediante la ecuación de Cockcroft-Gault. El costo promedi… Show more

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“…The growth in prevalence and incidence of DM, premature mortality and the costs involved in controlling and treating the complications have revealed this chronic condition as a severe public health issue, especially when it is close to alarming epidemic proportions. [4][5][6] The person diagnosed with DM needs a multidisciplinary follow-up of a team that will provide support to live with this disease. In Brazilian public health system, the multidisciplinary team consists of a doctor, a nurse, a dental surgeon, a nurse technician, an oral health technician and a community health agent, forming the Family Health Care team (FHCt).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The growth in prevalence and incidence of DM, premature mortality and the costs involved in controlling and treating the complications have revealed this chronic condition as a severe public health issue, especially when it is close to alarming epidemic proportions. [4][5][6] The person diagnosed with DM needs a multidisciplinary follow-up of a team that will provide support to live with this disease. In Brazilian public health system, the multidisciplinary team consists of a doctor, a nurse, a dental surgeon, a nurse technician, an oral health technician and a community health agent, forming the Family Health Care team (FHCt).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%