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Die Prognose des Diabetes

  • G. R. Constam
Part of the Handbuch der inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 7 / 2 / B)

Zusammenfassung

Die Prognose des Diabetes mellitus hängt ab: 1. vom Alter des Patienten, 2. von seinem allgemeinen Gesundheitszustand, 3. von seiner Tätigkeit, 4. vom Typus, 5. vom Stadium, 6. von der Dauer der Stoffwechselstörung, 7. vom Vorliegen von Komplikationen, 8. von der Therapie, d.h. vom Zeitpunkt ihres Einsatzes und von ihrer Qualität. Die Güte der Therapie wird einerseits durch das Wissen, das Können und den Fleiß des Arztes, andererseits durch die Einsicht und die Willenskraft des Patienten, aber auch durch seine Möglichkeiten, seine Lebensweise den Forderungen der Zuckerkrankheit auf intelligente Weise anzupassen, bestimmt.

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