The health supervisor requires the user to be aware of the benefits of the AUGE GES when facing diabetes.
The invitation should be aware of the scope and treatment of all health system users to provide protection and fundamental professional support to coexist with diabetes care.
The Health Commissioner will learn about the protection and benefits provided by AUGE GES to people diagnosed with diabetes within the framework of the international day of the disease.
Local counselors Valparaso and Francisco Segura recommend that you first know the type of diabetes through professional counseling. You need to know your diabetes type before you know it through professional counseling. GES benefits. There are two types of covers, each with its own characteristics.
Type 1 diabetes is characterized by persistent high levels of glucose in the blood due to the destruction of pancreatic cells, making insulin an absolute deficit and an important dependence on exogenous insulin. This is because it can occur in all ages with classic symptoms, such as abnormal thirst (Polydipsia), increased urine production (Polyuria), abnormal feeding (Polyphagia), fast weight loss Patients with diabetic ketoacidosis characterized by dehydration and various degrees of unconsciousness. Children often make their debut with severe ketoacidosis.
Type 2 diabetes is characterized by a consistently high level of blood insulin levels. Insulin resistance is usually accompanied by relative insulin deficiency. It is diagnosed in about 50% of laboratory tests that are not clinically suspected, but diagnosed as other causes. Rare clinical symptoms are diagnosed slowly at high frequency and in cases of chronic complications. This type of diabetes increases in the absence of age, overweight / obesity and physical activity, and is generally associated with other pathologies of high cardiovascular risk, such as hypertension and dyslipidemia.
Two types of diabetes ensure different approaches and opportunities:
In the case of diabetes 1, all beneficiaries who are suspected of having type 1 diabetes due to a modified test may receive a specialist diagnosis within 7 days. If you are suspected of being compensated for, you can have your blood glucose checked within 30 minutes after you receive treatment at the emergency room. On the other hand, treatment for both cases should be initiated within 24 hours of diagnosis.
In the case of diabetes 2, all beneficiaries of suspected type 2 diabetes with elevated blood glucose levels can be identified within 45 days. On the other hand, treatment should be initiated within 24 hours of diagnosis. If a specialist requires attention under medical instructions, you must complete it within 90 days of referral.
Users can contact the local agency located at Calle lvarez N 646, office 904, and via del Mar, on the website www.superdesalud.gob.cl.