Simpozijum 2011

P.đorđević je pokazao ostvarivanje protokola evropskog de-plana na nacionalnom planu srbije. To je učinjeno u toku studije ostvarivanja 5 glavnih ciljeva studije prevencije dijabetesa dobijenih u funskoj, posle 2 godine sprovođenja projekta u srbiji sa uspehom u 37.7% učesnika u studiji. 54.1% učesnika je ostvarilo svih 5 ciljeva, zasićene masti u 56.6%, promene u odnosu na dijetna vlakna u 77% i povećanje fizičke aktivnosti u 54,1%.od 5 glavnih ciljeva 3.3% učesnika nije moglo da ostvari nijedan cilj. 1 cilj je ostvarilo 26.2% učesnika, 2 cilja 14,8%, 3 cilja 16.4%,4 cilja 22.1% a svih 5 ciljeva 17% učesnika na kraju perioda od 2 godine. Interesantan je bio rezultat da se u učesnika koji su kontinuirano ostvarili 4 i 5 cilja nije pojavio dijabetes a u oko 25% se pojavilo samo oštecenje metabolizma glikoze. Zaključak ove studije je takođe bio da posle 2 godine u praksi sprovedene inicijative prevencije dijabetesa u evropi je postignuta uspešna primarna prevencija dijabetesa. Pored toga autori su razmišljali o tome da ovi rezultati ostvareni posle perioda od 2 godine mogu da budu važan pokazatelj održavanja povoljnog efekta u toku dužeg perioda vremena.

Prof. dr Predrag Đorđević

P. Djordjevic showed the examples of the European DE-PLAN protocol implemented on a national level in Serbia. The implementation followed the 5 core goals of the diabetes prevention study from Finland which was achieved after 2 years successfully in 37.7% of the participants. 54.1% of the participants reached all goals, saturated fad in 56.6%, change in fibre consumption in 77% and the increase in physical activity in 54.1%. From the 5 prevention goals 3.3% of the participants were not able to implement any of the goals. One of the goals was successfully implemented by 26.2% of the participants, 2 goals by 14.8%, 3 goals by 16.4%, 4 goals by 22.1% and all 5 goals were still successfully implemented by 17% over a period of 2 years. The interesting result was that those people who were achieving 4 of 5 of those goals continuously not developed diabetes mellitus and approximately 25% only developed impaired glucose metabolism. The summary of this study was that also after 2 years a practical diabetes prevention initiative in Europe was achieving successful primary prevention of type 2 diabetes. Furthermore the authors speculate that the results actually improved over the 2 years period which would be an important indicator for sustainability.