PREVENTION OF DIABETES AND STROKES BY IMPELEMENTING MODERN METHODS
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5573-5579
AbstractTwo distinct diseases that have several shared threads include stroke and diabetes mellitus. Both of these disorders are highly common, both affecting the vessels and are related to other risk factors for the vascular, such as elevated blood pressure and dyslipidemia. Up to two-thirds of patients with acute stroke are affected by an impaired glucose balance, one of which is diabetes. Surprisingly, it was not shown that active glucose control following an acute stroke increased outcomes or lowered further blood pressure. Active treatment of more cardiovascular risk factors to avoid stroke and improve the result of diabetic stroke was shown more encouragingly. A limit of 140/80 mmHg should be treated for hypertension.The medicine to use is an ACE inhibitor, but blood is the focus Reduction of pressure independent of the drug picked. Whatever the original cholesterol, the lipids should be treated with a statin. Antiplatelet medication is important too but the diabetic individual does not get clear recommendations. In order to avoid diabetes and reduce invalidity, these diseases must be given the best care for both primary and secondary prevention in diabetic individuals.
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