2009
DOI: 10.1590/s0101-60832009000900005 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: ResumoO diabetes mellitus possui elevada prevalência, acometendo cerca de 7% da população brasileira. Em torno de 20% a 30% dos pacientes com diabetes apresentam depressão. A depressão pode atuar como um fator de risco para o desenvolvimento do diabetes, piorar seus sintomas e interferir com o autocuidado dos pacientes. Quando não tratada adequadamente, a depressão nesses pacientes tende a evoluir com elevada taxa de recorrência. Entre os tratamentos disponíveis, encontramos na literatura um benefício da psico… Show more

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“…Estudos relatam que a depressão é mais frequentemente declarada por mulheres, uma vez que os homens ainda apresentam um modelo hegemônico de masculinidade e consideram a depressão como sinônimo de fraqueza 6,18,23 . Pesquisas associam sintomas depressivos a um pior controle glicêmico, a um aumento e maior gravidade das complicações clínicas, a uma piora da qualidade de vida e ao comprometimento de aspectos sociais, educacionais e econômicos associados ao DM 30 .…”
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“…Estudos relatam que a depressão é mais frequentemente declarada por mulheres, uma vez que os homens ainda apresentam um modelo hegemônico de masculinidade e consideram a depressão como sinônimo de fraqueza 6,18,23 . Pesquisas associam sintomas depressivos a um pior controle glicêmico, a um aumento e maior gravidade das complicações clínicas, a uma piora da qualidade de vida e ao comprometimento de aspectos sociais, educacionais e econômicos associados ao DM 30 .…”
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“…Among chronic illnesses, studies show that from 20% to 30% of patients with hematological diseases 20 and diabetes mellitus 21,22 show significant depressive symptoms. Depression is very common with leprosy, 5,11,12 corroborating the results of this study in which the presence of moderate to serious symptoms of depression was relevant and can signal the possibility of having clinical depression.…”
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“…7 Upon presentation of a valid Portuguese version, the Beck Depression Inventory was done next to evaluate depression. The original scale consists of 21 items whose intensity ranges from 0 to 3 and which can be divided into two sub-scales: cognitive (items 1-13) and somatic (items [14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21]. 16 For the present article, the original BDI-21 was used to identify the frequency of each one of the depressive symptoms (21 items); the cognitive sub-scale called the BDI-Short Form -BDI-SF (items 1-13) was used to evaluate depressive symptoms in individuals diagnosed with some pathology because the somatic scale could be influenced by the patient's medical condition.…”
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“…Essas complicações podem levar esses indivíduos a um estado de depressão, angústia e desânimo Fráguas, Soares, Bronstein, 2009 is a process where the rupture of the fibrous ring occurs, displacement of the central mass of the disc in the intervertebral spaces. An extremely common pathology is considered, that cause inability, being able to cause nervous compression.…”
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