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Risk of Cardiovascular Disease. Macrovascular Diabetic Complications

Signs and symptoms of diabetes are precursor to cardiovascular disease as a macrovascular diabetic complication. Diabetes mellitus disease is considered a cardiovascular risk-equivalent disease. The likelihood of dying of a first myocardial infraction is the same for people with signs and symptoms of diabetes disease as for a people without diabetes who has previously survived one myocardial infraction. Overwhelming majority of diabetes-related mortality is attributed to the three main forms of macrovascular diabetic complications. These three major macrovascular diabetic complications are: stroke, coronary heart disease, and peripheral vascular disease.

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Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease. Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Diabetes

People with diabetes are 2 to 4 times more likely to get heart disease. They are 5 times more likely to have a stroke than people without diabetes disease. And people with diabetes are at risk for cardiovascular disease, which causes more than half of the deaths in older people with diabetes.

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