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Beneficios del ejercicio físico en jóvenes con diabetes tipo 1
Amparo Palanco Parreño, Nuria Caraballo Camacho, Josefa Márquez Navarro
Área de Gestión Sanitaria Norte de Huelva. Huelva, España

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Palanco Parreño, Amparo; Caraballo Camacho, Nuria; Márquez Navarro, Josefa. Beneficios del ejercicio físico en jóvenes con diabetes tipo 1. Rev Paraninfo Digital, 2014; 20. Disponible en: <http://www.index-f.com/para/n20/051.php> Consultado el
06 de Junio del 2020

 

La diabetes mellitus (DM) es un desorden metabólico de etiología múltiple caracterizado por una hiperglucemia crónica con alteraciones en el metabolismo de los hidratos de carbono, proteínas y grasas producida por una deficiencia en la secreción de la insulina, en su acción o en ambas. La presencia de poliuria, polidipsia o una pérdida de peso anormal puede sugerir un diagnóstico de diabetes que debe confirmarse con cifras de glucemia anormales. Existen dos categorías principales: tipo 1 y tipo 2. La diabetes mellitus tipo 1 (DM1) también denominada insulino dependiente o diabetes juvenil se caracteriza por una deficiencia absoluta de insulina por destrucción de las células pancreáticas Beta 1 [seguir leyendo].

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