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Factors Relates To A Non Medical Accession By Hipoglycemics Patients With Oral Diabetes Mellitus Type 2
Author: Dayse Christina Rodrigues Pereira Luz, Danilo Ferreira De Sousa2, Anderson Marcos Vieira Do Nascimento, Cícera Barbosa De Souza, Poliana Moreira De Medeiros, Cíntia De Lima Garcia, Edna Mori, Karina Morais Borges, Modesto Leite Rolim Neto
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
7 pages
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/1790
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Diabetes mellitus type 2 can be defied as a syndrome of multip etiologies and currently, it is estimated that in the world exists about 150 million patients with DM, and that number could double un 2025. Non-adherence to treatment is a diffiulty in effective assistance to individuals. This study aims to understand the factors related non-adherence to oral hypoglycemic drug in patients with type 2 mellitus diabetes It is an integrative review, held in the databases SciELOPubMed, MEDLINE and LILACS, using the descriptors DeCS (MeSH) Descriptors in Health Sciences: medication adherence, type 2 diabetes and chronic disease. The selection respected inclusion/exclusion criter previously listed considering the last six years. 108 articles of which 1 met the criteria were identifid. Among the factors that are related medication accession are: gender, age, education, income, information about the disease and the medication, comorbidities, side effects and the time of diagnosis. It become necessary in health education strategies to take into consideration the various personal differences.

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