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The fates of diabetic patients epidemiological study part 3 prevalence of coronary heart disease in diabetics depending on the method of hypo glycemic treatment warsaw poland

The fates of diabetic patients epidemiological study part 3 prevalence of coronary heart disease in diabetics depending on the method of hypo glycemic treatment warsaw poland

Acta Medica Polona 19(3): 363-372

A cross sectional study involving 4940 diabetics in the 30-68 age group in Warsaw [Poland] revealed certain coronary heart disease occurring in twice as many male patients as in female patients, but possible coronary heart disease being more frequent among females. Hospitalization and case fatality rates due to myocardial infarction were similar in all groups of hypoglycemic treatment. Pre-hospital mortality from myocardial infarction among diabetics did not differ from that of the general population, but hospital deaths were twice as frequent in the former group. Symptoms of coronary heart disease prevailed in very much the same way in all subgroups of long-term uniform hypoglycemic therapy. Harmful effects of oral hypoglycemic drugs on the cardiovascular system were not corroborated.

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