Consensus for the management of patients with type 2 diabetes in combination with cardiorenal diseases
Mankovsky B. M., Bilchenko O. V., Zinych O. V., Ivanov D. D., Irkin O. I., Komisarenko Yu. I., Kushnirenko S. V., Lutay Ya. M., Mishchenko L. A., Pertseva N. O., Protsiuk O. V., Saenko Ya. A., Smirnov I. I., Sokolova L. K., Urbanovych A. M., Yuzvenko T. U., Yagensky A. V.
Diabetes mellitus is a global medical and social problem due to the ever-increasing number of people suffering from this disease and the high risk of developing disabling micro- and macrovascular and neurological complications, which leads to a significant increase in mortality and a reduction in the life expectancy of patients. On the other hand, both diabetes and chronic kidney disease lead to a two-fold increase in the risk of cardiovascular disease, and in the case of the combined development of diabetes and kidney damage, the cardiovascular risk increases even more (Virani et al., 2021).
At the same time, the approaches to the therapy of these patients often differ among doctors of different specialties. Thus, endocrinologists pay the greatest attention to the correction of metabolic disorders, cardiologists to changes in hemodynamic indicators, nephrologists to the state of kidney function, while in many cases there is no general approach to the management of such patients.
Taking into account the multidisciplinary nature of the problem of diabetes, we consider it necessary to create general recommendations of specialists in various fields of medicine for the treatment of patients with type 2 diabetes and cardiorenal diseases, which would be based on the results of modern large multicenter clinical studies conducted from the positions and according to the requirements of leading European and world scientific societies, which would take into account the medical, organizational and socio-economic realities of our country, would be possible for doctors of various specialties in different regions of the country to perform. In order to develop such recommendations, a group of experts representing this Consensus was created under the auspices of the Ukrainian Diabetes Association.
The main goal of these recommendations is to prevent new cases of atherosclerotic cardiovascular diseases, the development and progression of heart failure, and chronic kidney disease through the use of modern therapeutic options.
Keywords: type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, kidney diseases, prediabetes, prevention.
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