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ESTUDIO DISCOVER EN LA POBLACIÓN ARGENTINA

Dafne Walter, Gustavo Frechtel, Silvia Gorbán de Lapertisa, Víctor Commendatore, Alejandro Chertkoff, Adriana Villarino, Graciela Fuente

Resumen


Introducción: la diabetes mellitus tipo 2 (DM2) es una enfermedad metabólica de alta prevalencia que constituye un importante factor de riesgo cardiovascular, en la cual los pacientes no sólo se diagnostican tardíamente, sino que permanecen por tiempos prolongados con mal control de la glucemia y de los demás factores de riesgo cardiovascular. Se registra una significativa inercia terapéutica en la implementación de drogas antidiabéticas en la segunda línea de tratamiento.

Objetivos: el objetivo principal del estudio DISCOVER fue proporcionar datos del mundo real para evaluar la terapéutica antidiabética y los resultados clínicos prospectivos en pacientes con DM2 que inician una terapia farmacológica de segunda línea para la reducción de la glucemia.

El objetivo secundario fue informar los datos de referencia de Argentina comparados con pacientes del mundo global, incluyendo variables metabólicas, edad, antigüedad de la enfermedad, y riesgo cardiovascular.


Palabras clave


Diabetes mellitus tipo 2; tratamiento; inercia terapéutica; factores de riesgo cardiovascular.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.47196/diab.v54i2.243

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