More than 400 pharmacies throughout Serbia from today to November 17th, marking the World Diabetes Day, will be able to check if they have an increased risk of diabetes.
Those who have already been exposed to this disease will be able to obtain useful information about therapy and reduce the risk of damage. In the Serbian Chamber of Pharmacy, who started this activity, they claim that the effects of an increase in the number of people suffering from severe illness are a big burden for both individuals and the entire national health system. Prem? According to Dr Milan Jovanovic Batut, the Public Health Institute, about 12% of the adult population in Serbia is diagnosed with diabetes, of which about eight percent are being treated, but four percent have no diagnostic and therefore no medical assistance.
– During the week, pharmacies that supported this event will participate in a systematic screening test for all people over the age of 45. As a pharmacist, the goal is to help prevent and prevent the onset of the disease by identifying patients who are preiBet – say at the Serbian Pharmacy Chamber.