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Diabetes public health: from data to policy / edited by K. M. Venkat Narayan, Desmond Williams, Edward W. Gregg, Catherine C. Cowie ; technical writer-editors, Peter L. Taylor, Juanita Mondesire ; Susana Moran

Narayan, K. M. Venkat | Williams, Desmond [editor/a] | Gregg, Edward W [editor/a] | Cowie, Catherine C [editor/a].
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 Libro impreso(a) Editor: Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, c2011Descripción: xxiii, 802 páginas ; 26 centímetros.ISBN: 0195317068; 9780195317060.Tema(s): Diabetes | Epidemiología | Salud pública | Política de saludDescriptor(es) geográficos: Estados Unidos | India | Asia Clasificación: 616.462 / D5 Nota de bibliografía: Incluye bibliografía e índice: páginas 781-802 Número de sistema: 2847Contenidos:Mostrar Resumen:
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Diabetes affects over 200 million people worldwide; its chronic nature and long-term economic burden make it one of the prototypical public health problems of our time. Numerous research programs have developed over the last decade to improve the understanding of the causes, prevention and treatment of diabetes and its complications, but effective delivery of preventive strategies remains challenging at best. Efficient synthesis of the data and information from these diverse sources is crucial to prioritize interventions and assemble resources for the implementation of public health programs. This book meets this need and builds on previous works to reflect the evolution of science related to diabetes public health. Through compelling evidence related to the current health and economic impact of diabetes, Diabetes provides effective approaches to prevent and manage diabetes through the practice of public health. It combines state-of-the-art descriptions of risk factors and complications, effective and cost-effective approaches to prevention and treatment, translational research, and genomics to give a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis on diabetes public health. Critical review and synthesis of influential epidemiologic studies and consensus statements, expected future advances in trials and technologies, and public health information resources are also highlighted topics. Written by an array of experts in the field from the US and around the world, this book should be required reading for public health practitioners and researchers, as well as anyone involved in health policy, administration and management. diseases.

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Preface.. Introduction.. Section 1 Burden of Diabetes in The U.S. Population.. 1. Evolution of Classification and Diagnostic Criteria for Diabetes and other forms of hyperglycaemia.. 2. Type 2 Diabetes and Persons at High Risk of Diabetes.. 3. Risk Factors for Type 2 and Gestational Diabetes.. 4. Non-Type 2 Diabetes - Prevalence, Incidence, and Risk Factors.. Section 2 Complications of Diabetes: Epidemiology and Risk Factors.. 5. Diabetes and Acute Metabolic Complications, Infections, and Inflammation.. 6. Diabetes and Vision.. 7. Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease.. 8. Diabetes and Lower-Extremity Diseases.. 9. Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease.. 10. Diabetes in Pregnancy.. 11. Diabetes and Disability, Cognitive Decline, and Aging-Related Outcomes.. 12. The Associations of Diabetes with Digestive, Oral, and Liver Disease and Autonomic Neuropathy.. 13. Diabetes and Mortality.. 14. Impact of Ethnic and Socioeconomic Factors on Diabetes-related Health and Management.. Section 3 Prevention of Diabetes and Its Complications.. 15. Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes: Accomplishments and Challenges.. 16. Implementing Programs for the Primary Prevention of Diabetes in Non-Health-Care Settings: From Evidence to Practice.. 17. Effectiveness of Individual-Level Interventions to Prevent Vascular Complications.. 18. Quality of Diabetes Care (Current Levels, Distribution, and Trends and Challenges in Measuring Quality of Care.. 19. Effectiveness of Interventions at the Health System, Provider, and Patient Levels to Improve the Quality of Diabetes Care.. 20. Economic costs of diabetes and the cost-effectiveness of interventions to prevent and control this disease.. 21. Adult Diabetes and Quality of Life, Psychosocial Issues, and Sexual Health.. Section 4 Diabetes Control Programs and Policies.. 22. The Diabetes Prevention and Control Programs in the United States and Public Health Law and Policy

23. National Diabetes Education Program and the Role of Partnership in the Prevention and Management of Diabetes.. Section 5 Diabetes in Developing Countries.. 24. Prevalence/Incidence, Risk Factors, and Future Burden of Type 1, Type 2, and Gestational Diabetes in Developing Countries.. 25. The Quality of Diabetes Care and the Prevention and Control of Diabetes in Developing Countries: an Illustration from India.. 26. Diabetes Prevention and Control Programs in Developing Countries.. Section 6 Emerging Issues and Science in Diabetes.. 27. Diabetes in the young: actions for the 21st century.. 28 Public Health Genomics of Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, and Diabetic Complications.. 29. Promising Technological Frontiers in Monitoring and Treatment.. 30. Translation Research and Major Ongoing Clinical Trials.. 31. Public Health Decision Making and Risk Perception.. 32. Public Health Policy Decisions and Diabetes: Considerations and Case Studies.. 33. Diabetes Public Health Information Resources.. Index

Diabetes affects over 200 million people worldwide; its chronic nature and long-term economic burden make it one of the prototypical public health problems of our time. Numerous research programs have developed over the last decade to improve the understanding of the causes, prevention and treatment of diabetes and its complications, but effective delivery of preventive strategies remains challenging at best. Efficient synthesis of the data and information from these diverse sources is crucial to prioritize interventions and assemble resources for the implementation of public health programs. This book meets this need and builds on previous works to reflect the evolution of science related to diabetes public health. Through compelling evidence related to the current health and economic impact of diabetes, Diabetes provides effective approaches to prevent and manage diabetes through the practice of public health. It combines state-of-the-art descriptions of risk factors and complications, effective and cost-effective approaches to prevention and treatment, translational research, and genomics to give a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis on diabetes public health. Critical review and synthesis of influential epidemiologic studies and consensus statements, expected future advances in trials and technologies, and public health information resources are also highlighted topics. Written by an array of experts in the field from the US and around the world, this book should be required reading for public health practitioners and researchers, as well as anyone involved in health policy, administration and management. diseases. eng

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