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THE CONDITIONS FOR LIFE OF PATIENTS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE 2 WOULD IMPROVE BY A STUDY OF THE UMH

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The University Miguel Hernández of Elche (UMH) has been recently a study focused on the improvement of the conditions of life of the patients with Diabetes Mellitus type 2. The research focuses on a simple surgical technique, less than an hour, that manages to prolong the living conditions of sick diabetics. Under the title

“Experimental surgery in Diabetes Mellitus type 2 in an animal model. Histopathological Analysis of the Associated complications”, the thesis developed by Rafael Abad Alonso and under the supervision of the professors of the Area of Surgery of the UMH Rafael Calpena Rico and Pablo Enriquez Valens. The experimental study with mice allows the possibility of allowing the population a new option to a usually present disease of the Western world.

After achieving prevent food reaching the duodenum, the method allows segregation occurs by a series of hormones that enhance the profiles of glucose in diabetics patients. Today,the treatment is indicated for people that suffer from morbid obesity. It is estimated that between 6 and 8 of the world’s population would improve their health with the implementation of this surgery.

The author of the research ensures that the surgery would allow to save every patient saving would varybetween 1.000 and 5.300 €. Including the new technique in the health sector would enable 2.400 million euros of savings in health costs, near of almost a 0.17 of Spanish PIB. The encouraging results for the diabetics venturing more than optimistic in a short period of time.

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