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Diabetes, Lo que las personas con diabetes deben saber sobre la osteoporosis

Last published 11/2018

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Esta hoja informativa contiene información sobre la relación entre la diabetes y la osteoporosis. Habla sobre el papel que tiene la insulina en fortalecer los huesos y promover su crecimiento. También informa sobre el mayor riesgo de fracturas en personas con problemas de la vista, daño a los nervios, y una vida sedentaria, los cuales son problemas que están asociados con los diferentes tipos de diabetes. Además, explica las estrategias para prevenir y tratar la osteoporosis en personas con diabetes.

This fact sheet contains information about the relationship between diabetes and osteoporosis. It discusses the role of insulin in promoting bone growth and strength and the increased fracture risk for individuals with vision problems, nerve damage, and a sedentary lifestyle associated with the different types of diabetes. Strategies to prevent and treat osteoporosis in people with diabetes are listed.

NIH Publication No. 18-7899-S

Length: 3 pp.

Intended Audience:

  • General public
  • For medical & health professionals to share with patients

Quantity that can be ordered: up to 1 copy

This publication is in the public domain. It can be reproduced.

Size: 8 1/2 x 11

Language: Spanish

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