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CARACTERSTICA Y RIESGOS DE LAS PERSONAS CON DIABETES Y EPOC REGISTRADOS EN LAS EMPRESAS SOCIALES DEL ESTADO DE LA RED PBLICA DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE RISARALDA

Jos William Martnez, Joanne Azucena Pulido Restrepo, Adriana Garca Torres, Gloria Ins Lasso Arguayo

Journal Title:Investigaciones ANDINA
Abstract


The diabetes Mellitus and the obstructive chronic lung disease, EPOC (OCLD), are part of the pathologies that have been classically defined as degenerative and chronic. The mortality in Risaralda reports the OCLD as being systematically among the first three causes of demise in the series since 1997. The tendency is towards the descent, while the mortality due to Diabetes Mellitus seems to have a trend towards the descent, it has presented an increase in the mortality rate during the past year. Even though there is an information system of sicknesses and mortality in the Departmental Secretary of Health of Risaralda, the orientation of promotional health policies is not enough with the information reported by the death certificates, to the point that currently the risk factors of the characteristic people diagnosed with DIABETES and/or EPOC (OCLD) are not know. People registered in the social enterprises of the state in the public net of the state of Risaralda. Methodology: This is a descriptive study, based on the individual records of services rendered RIPS (IRRS) that uses the following instruments as a source: Record of physical activity through the IPAC, cardiovascular risk, cardio-respiratory evaluation, the global recollection of the food of the previous day. A second quality control was carried out with the previously evaluated field records. The data base was created in Epiinfo. The results of the survey related to the nutritional analysis by means of the 24 hour remembrances and frequency of consumption, show, for individuals with Diabetes Mellitus, an average consumption of calories of 1.268 K/cal/day an extremely low register that places the contribution of consumed calories in a percentage of 43.1 in severe deficiency; of 41.6 moderate and of 12.4 in trivial deficiency. Note that neither normal caloric consumption nor excess consumption is reported. For people with EPOC (OCLD), the average of caloric consumption is positioned in 1274 K/cal/day, an equally low register that places the contribution of consumed calories at 39.0% in severe deficiency; 44.7% moderate and 10.6% slight deficiency. The caloric normality as well as the caloric excess does not present consumption.

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